Master Plan Appendices:
- Research & Analysis Reports:
BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES Report
CULTURAL RESOURCES Report
RECREATION FACILITIES STUDY Report
GEOTECHNICAL RESEARCH Report
TRAFFIC AND CIRCULATION Report
VIEWSHED STUDY Report
WATER RESOURCES Report
- Community Workshop Feedback Reports:
CW1 - What we heard
CW2 - What we heard
CW3 - What we heard
CW4 - What we heard
CW5 - What we heard
- Envision Rating Checklist:
Envision Rating Checklist
- Technical Memos:
MEMO - Fencing and Wildlife
MEMO - Floating Wetlands
MEMO - SIS Analysis
MEMO - WQ Model
- Letters of Support:
CHC City Council Letter
Silver Lake Environmental Studies Center - LAUSD
Fact sheets on important elements of the Master Plan project are available here.
- SLRCMP - General Fact Sheet
- SLRCMP - Historical Fact Sheet
- SLRCMP - Water and Habitat Fact Sheet
- SLRCMP - Diversion Projects Fact Sheet
December 4, 2018 - SLRC Master Plan Public Presentation by Potential Consultant Teams - Presentation
- December 4, 2018 - Presentation by Hargreaves Associates to Community
- Summary of Comments from Silver Lake Community.pdf
- SLRC Master Plan Community Meeting - Presentation
May 2, 2018 -- May 22, 2018 -- Draft Project Description
Between May 2nd and May 22nd, 2018, the public provided online comments on the DRAFT Project Description. This allows everyone to provide suggestions and comments.
This is a summary of comments from the community, included as Exhibit 7 in the RFP.
NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Silver Lake Reservoir Complex Master Plan Project
The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering will shortly be seeking proposals from qualified planning and design consultant teams to develop a master plan for the Silver Lake Reservoir Complex in Los Angeles.
The team can be led by a planning, landscape architecture, engineering or architecture firm, with the appropriate sub-consultant disciplines required for full master planning services.
Interested firms and team members must:
Register with the City of Los Angeles Business Assistance Virtual Network (BAVN) at http://www.labavn.org. Registration is free.
Once registered, click on Opportunities for Public Works Bureau of Engineering to download the Request for Proposals (RFP) and Attachments, once it has been posted.
It is anticipated that the RFP will be released in August 2018.
After the RFP is made available, firms will have approximately six (6) weeks to respond to RFP.
For more information, please contact Cyril Charles, Project Manager, Bureau of Engineering at Cyril.firstname.lastname@example.org.