LATEST UPDATE ON RFP FOR PARKS FIRST TRUST FUND AS OF 06-09-2020
Announcement Letter (PDF)
|TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SEMINAR SCHEDULE|
|Date||Time||Location||Google Hangout Link|
|July 8, 2020||10:30 am – 12:30 pm||N/A Remote TAS Only|
|July 29, 2020||10:30 am – 12:30 pm||N/A Remote TAS Only||https://meet.google.com/nen-
CURRENT STATUS FOR ONLY PARKS FIRST TRUST FUND PROPOSALS, AS OF JULY 24, 2020
PROPOSALS CAN ONLY BE SUBMITTED VIA ELECTRONIC SUBMITTALS (PLEASE DO NOT PROVIDE OR DROP OFF PROPOSALS IN THREE RING HOLE BINDERS, THEY WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED)
- Download the PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL AUTHORIZATION FORM from the Prop K Website at https://eng.lacity.org/propk.
- Fill the form completely and email the completed form to BOE for approval. Please include the project title. The address to email is: email@example.com.
- Once you get approval from BOE, (an email response letter will be sent to you by BOE staff with information on the folder(s)). Staff will set up a folder or folders (if you have multiple proposals) for your agency. Upload your proposal to the folder (if multiple proposals, to each folder).
PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS AS PROVIDED IN: (e-SUBMITTALS for proposals - SharePoint Instructions)
Go to Competitive Funding Cycle RFP released February 27, 2020 by visiting: https://tinyurl.com/yya943e7
Go to Parks First of the RFP (PAGES 15 -19) and follow all the instructions required.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Go to pages 48, 49 & 50 of the RFP to be sure your proposal is complete. You will need to sign and attach pages 49-50 with your proposal. THIS IS MANDATORY
NOTE: PROPOSITION K & HEALTH ALTERNATIVES TO SMOKING (HATS) TRUST FUND RFP WILL BE REISSUED IN FEBRUARY 2021.
For further information please call (213) 485-4458, Marissa Garcia, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Recreational and Cultural Facilities Division (RCFD) is responsible for the acquisition, development, improvements, restoration, and maintenance of City parks, open spaces, recreation, and community facilities and other youth related projects. A majority of the funding is through Proposition K, an annual real property tax assessment on City residents over a 30-year period. Other funding sources include Quimby and Propositions A, 12, and 40.
The program's primary purpose is to combat the inadequacies and decay of the city's youth infrastructure, which has resulted in serious unmet needs for park, recreation, childcare, and community facilities. As a result, this program performs such services as feasibility studies, site and building design, construction documents (plans and specifications), construction/project estimating, bid and award services, and construction and project management for both new and existing facilities. Services are performed using City personnel, or through consultants managed by City staff. In summary, the Recreational and Cultural Facilities Program participates in the decision making process for both City owned, and non-City owned recreational facilities. Funding for Specified Projects is designated in the original Proposition K ballot measure, as approved by the voters of the City of Los Angeles, as well as through a biennial open and competitive Call for Projects process.
Neil Drucker is the Program Manager for RCFD.