2019 - Kyle, Texas - Request for Qualifications for a Comprehensive Plan
The purpose of this Request for Qualification (RFQ) is to select a qualified comprehensive land planning consultant team for the preparation of a local Comprehensive Plan pursuant to Texas standards and procedures and the best management practices for comprehensive planning. Proposers shall submit a proposal to the city which will be based on instructions and specifications provided in the published RFQ (see city website for details).
The City of Kyle is prominently located along U.S. Interstate Highway 35 in eastern Hays County, Texas, bordered by the City of Buda to the north, the City of San Marcos to the south, unincorporated Hays County to the west, and both the City of Uhland and unincorporated Hays County to the east. With its unique development pattern separate from other areas and cities in Hays County and the Texas Hill Country at-large, the residents in this area have always identified themselves as living in “Kyle.”
The existing 2020 Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2010, updated in 2017, and is the long-range planning document that has helped guide the City of Kyle over the last nine years. The Comprehensive Plan is a policy document that assists decision-making and administrative actions in an effort to guide the City of Kyle towards the community’s preferred future.
Questions related to the RFQ need to be submitted in writing to the city no later than October 25, 2019. Complete RFQ submittals must be in the city's possession on or before November 15, 2019.
100 West Center Street
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- Category: Comprehensive Plan