Request for Proposals to Prepare a Recreational Uses Feasibility Study for Six Public Access Points to the Water


The City of Alameda Public Works Department (“City”) invites proposals from qualified consultants to conduct and prepare a comprehensive recreational uses feasibility study for six identified public access points on Fernside Boulevard and East Shore Drive as shown on Exhibit A.


Purpose of study is to identify what recreational uses are possible at each of the six public access points to the waters. The study shall identify opportunities and challenges for these types of recreational uses at each of the six public access points.  These could include, but not limited to, a viewing area with benches or steps to the water, fishing, or a launch for small non-motorized craft such as a kayak or stand-up paddleboard.


It is necessary for Proposers to read the information contained in this Request for Proposal (RFP) to understand how to submit the proposal, what documents must accompany the proposal and what legal obligations the Proposer is submitting by providing a successful proposal.  Any Proposer that wishes to be considered for this work must submit the information requested in this RFP and, if invited, participate in an interview.  Proposals must be received by the City Public Works Department by 2:00 PM on January 4, 2018.   



All questions regarding the proposal documents and proposal should be directed in writing to:

Abdulla Ahmed, CIP Manager

City of Alameda Department of Public Works

950 West Mall Square

Alameda, CA 94501


***No inquiries will be accepted after 1 pm on Thursday, December 28, 2017



Bid Due Date:
Thursday, January 4, 2018 - 2:00 pm

Bid Due Location