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Request for Proposals: Web Map User Interface

Northwest Regional Planning Commission (NWRPC) is seeking proposals to develop an interactive recreation portal web map. Data consumed in the web map will be sourced from NWRPC’s organizational ArcGIS Online Account as REST services. The data to be used in the portal has already been developed and this RFP only applies to development of the user interface for the web map and styling.

Services required are the development of a single, easy-to-use web-based interface, creating a tourism and outdoor recreation portal for northwest Wisconsin. The portal will feature a complete digital representation of tourism and recreational assets and amenities in the 10-county region, along with basemap features. The interface will be interactive, allowing the end user to manipulate the information and search for specific activities or events or simply to explore the opportunities in a given area. The interface will also feature local tourism-related business locations, such as lodging, dining, retail, along with links to connect the user with these resources, where relevant. End users will also have the ability to download maps, images and data files for personal use. The user interface will also directly support the routing to recreational and business assets within Google Maps®. The digital portal will be optimized to function on a personal computer and a wide array of mobile devices, including wireless phones.

The preferred development of the recreation portal web map would be created using Mapbox software. If the developer prefers working in other current web mapping software, that is acceptable as well. Once developed, the web map will be hosted on or linked to NWRPC’s website.

Submissions due May 1st, 2024 at 3:00PM

If you have any questions, please contact Clem Larson, GIS Specialist at NWRPC

Here the link to the RFP:

Request For Proposal: County Road 6 Pond Retrofit Project

Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) is excited to share a request for proposals (RFP) for engineering and design services for the County Road 6 Pond Retrofit Project in Orono, MN.  MCWD seeks to complete design, cost analysis, plans and specifications, permitting, and construction oversight for the installation of (1) a gravity sand filter bench and (2) an earthen berm, to further define the two cells of the pond.

The project aims to enhance the performance of the County Road 6 regional stormwater pond, initially constructed in 1998 to reduce sediment and nutrient loading to Long Lake. Recent monitoring shows that the pond has not been performing as effectively as originally designed. A recently completed feasibility study has identified a cost-effective opportunity to retrofit the pond to improve its performance and more effectively remove fine particulate phosphorus.

The RFP and supporting materials can be found r on our website. An optional informational meeting will be held on April 10, 2024, at 12:30pm at the MCWD offices (15320 Minnetonka Blvd, Minnetonka, MN 55345). To attend virtually, please use this zoom link at the time of the meeting. If you plan to attend in-person or virtually, please RSVP to this email address.

Questions regarding the RFP must be emailed and received by Friday, April 5, 2024, by 4:00 PM and will be answered at the informational meeting. Responses to questions and a meeting summary will also be sent to all firms that have indicated an interest in the RFP.

Request for Proposals: Comprehensive Plan Update

The City of Rochester’s Community Development Department invites proposals from qualified individuals and firms to lead the review and update of the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

The review and update of the Planning 2 Succeed Rochester 2040 Comprehensive Plan will address existing conditions that have changed since the plan’s initial adoption in 2018. This update will also review growth trends, update and improve applicable visuals, and provide updated data and figures. The City of Rochester is not looking for an overhaul of the current plan. A full scope of work can be found in the attached Request for Proposal (RFP). Proposals are due by Friday, April 5th, 2024, at 5:00 p.m.

The RFP can also be found on the City’s website at:

All inquiries, questions, or requests for additional information related to this RFP should be directed to Elliot Mohler and Ryan Yetzer at the following emails:

Elliot Mohler, AICP, Planner:

Ryan Yetzer, Deputy Community Development Director: