RFP Comprehensive Plan Update – City of Wapakoneta
Request for Proposals
Comprehensive Plan Update
City of Wapakoneta, Ohio
Summary: The City of Wapakoneta, Ohio is seeking proposals from qualified planning consulting firms to prepare an update to the city’s existing comprehensive plan. The purpose of the comprehensive plan is to navigate a Vision and implementation strategy for growth, development, and quality of life enhancements over the next twenty (20) years. The Update process will include community-wide involvement from the City Council, city staff, residents, stakeholders, and the business community. With the adoption of the current Comprehensive Plan in 2008, the city has successfully implemented various planned measures and initiatives including: street reconstruction, utility infrastructure expansion, downtown redevelopment, new commercial and industrial development, new sidewalks, parks and recreational facilities, and job creation.
Submission Deadline: September 25, 2023
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