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  • Monday, September 13, 2021 8:46 AM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The Town of Williamstown has issued an RFP for consultants for its first Master Plan in 20 years. Two phases for $180,000.


    • Continued demand for housing and job creation in Williamstown,
    • Sustainability should be woven throughout all elements of the Plan. Williamstown’s Town Meeting has recently adopted a net zero resolution;
    • Diversity and inclusion also need to be grounding principles of this project.  A robust public process and creative community engagement strategy will be critical to ensuring the Master Plan fairly reflects the needs of the community.

    Master Plan RFP.pdf

  • Wednesday, September 01, 2021 7:10 PM | Michaela Morse (Administrator)

    The City of Boston is seeking proposals from nationally or locally recognized and qualified firms for a Community Preservation Program. Firms should have experience in strategic planning with respect to the Community Preservation Act as outlined in M.G.L. Ch. 44B and Ord. 2017,  8-12.1-8 or similar grant making organizations.

    Further details will be provided via the City of Boston's Supplier Portal after 9:00AM EDT on September 6th, 2021. After this start date has passed, search for the Event ID below to view more information or submit a bid. RFPs are due by 5:00PM EDT on October 22nd, 2021.


    Event Details

    Event ID:  BOSTN-EV00009667 Round 1 Version 1

    Event Starts:  09/06/2021 9:00AM EDT

    Event Ends:  10/22/2021 5:00PM EDT

    Click here to access the City of Boston's Supplier Portal.

  • Monday, August 30, 2021 4:03 PM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    Arlington is seeking proposals from qualified historic preservation consultants to undertake an intensive-level survey of town-owned cultural and architectural resources. The 4-phase project will be completed over a six-month period:

    • PHASE I – Identification of historic records and other relevant documentation available for the project and development of methodology;
    • PHASE II – Identification of properties to be surveyed and production of sample inventory forms;
    • PHASE III – Production of complete draft inventory forms for review by the Town and Massachusetts Historical Commission;
    • PHASE IV – Production of final inventory forms, reports and maps; submission to the Town and Massachusetts Historical Commission.

    Arlington Town-Owned Historic Prop Survey Update RFP.pdf

  • Monday, August 30, 2021 2:07 PM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The Town of Harvard, Mass., Community and Economic Development Office in affiliation with the Planning Board seeks a consultant to perform a market analysis and fiscal impact analysis projecting viability and return on investment for various scales and scenarios of development for a desired reconfiguration of the current commercial district. The outputs of these analyses will be used to help the Town establish a vision to reconfigure the Commercial District, which is the subject of subsequent phases sought by the Planning Board.

    Harvard District Scale RE Analysis Ph 1 RFP.pdf


  • Friday, August 27, 2021 12:28 PM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The Arlington Department of Planning and Community Development acting through the Town Manager is requesting proposals from qualified individuals and firms for consulting services for the Mystic River Path Connection to Minuteman Bikeway Feasibility Study.

    A copy of the RFP outlining the requirements for submission is available online or from the Purchasing Agent at For further information contact Daniel Amstutz, Senior Transportation Planner at 781-316-3093 or The proposal may be viewed and downloaded from the Town website

    Arlington Mystic River to Minuteman.pdf

  • Friday, August 27, 2021 9:29 AM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The Town of Norfolk seeks a consultant to update its 2017 Housing Production Plan. 

    A copy of the RFP with all the requirements for submission is available online or from the Affordable Housing Director, at For further information contact Susan Jacobson, Affordable Housing Director, at 508-440-2815 or The proposal may be viewed and downloaded from the Town website


  • Monday, August 02, 2021 3:52 PM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The City of Amesbury opened a Request for Qualifications process for Peer Review services to our Planning Board and Conservation Commission. Please see our website for more details (link below). Responses are due on August 30 at 12 noon.

    Peer Review Consultants - Request for Qualifications | Amesbury, MA (


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