RFP - Downtown Implementation Plan
City of Denton
The City of Denton, Texas (www.cityofdenton.com), through the Planning & Development Division, is interested in receiving proposals to contract with a qualified planning, research, and design consulting firm with considerable experience in citizen involvement/participation, planning, architectural design, market analysis, and sustainability, to develop a Downtown Implementation Plan.
The Plan will be the catalyst to achieve the goals that define the vision for downtown Denton and will be focused according to the boundaries in the attached Downtown Business Districts Map. The Plan will consist of the following elements: Parking; Architectural Design; Open Space and Linkages; and Land Use Analysis with each component containing recommendations for specific action items to implement: (1) A readily actuated and incremental comprehensive vision for the area; (2) Land development regulations and a regulatory framework to facilitate economic development in the area; (3) Establish and recognize an innovative and distinct downtown environment and experience; and (4). Provide recommendations to existing policies, regulations, and code provisions to implement the proposed Plan.
The Denton Downtown Master Plan, the Denton Plan, and the Denton Development Code will be used as the basis for all Plan element recommendations.
All submissions must be received by 2:00 p.m. (Central Time) on February 24, 2009 to be considered.
The complete RFP can be accessed online (http://www.cityofdenton.com/pages/dwntwnmp.cfm?RFPDowntown.pdf&object=2…).
Questions should be directed to Brian Lockley, Planning Manager ([email protected]).
Posted February 4, 2009
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