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Requests for Proposals (RFPs)

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AUDITING SERVICES. Becker is requesting proposals from qualified firms of certified public accountants to audit the financial statements for the City for the fiscal years ending December 31, 2019, 2020 and 2021. All proposals are due Aug. 2 by 4 p.m. and should be addressed to:
City of Becker
Attn: Connie Robinson
PO Box 250
Becker MN 55308
A complete RFP can found on the city website at or by contacting Connie Robinson at or (763) 200-4250.

AUDITING SERVICES. Scanlon is seeking proposals for annual audit services. A complete RFP is available by emailing Scanlon would like all proposals by 4 p.m. Aug. 1. Please send your proposal to:
City of Scanlon
Lori Stigers, City Clerk/Treasurer
2801 Dewey Ave
Scanlon, MN 55720
Or email to

AUDITING SERVICES. Carlton is seeking proposals for auditing services for The City of Carlton and Carlton Fire Relief. All proposals are due July 26 by 4 p.m. and should be addressed to:
City of Carlton
Attn: Carol Conway Clerk/Treasurer
PO Box 336
Carlton MN 55718
A complete RFP can found on the city website at (Residents/Job Openings) or by contacting Carol Conway – or (218) 384-4229.

COLD STORAGE. Madelia is seeking proposals from interested and qualified contractor to provide all labor, supervision, equipment, services, and expertise necessary to perform site prep, design and construction of a cold storage building located at 519 Second Street NE, Madelia, MN, 56062. If your firm would like to consider this engagement, you must submit a paper copy of your proposal in a sealed envelope no later than Wednesday, July 31 at 2 p.m. to the following address:
Chris Fischer – Cold Storage RFP
City Administrator
City of Madelia
116 West Main Street
Madelia, Minnesota 56062
(507) 642-3245
A full copy of the RFP is available at

DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY. Winnebago is searching for a developer to redevelop a site on Main Street located at 34 Main Street South. The city is applying for grant funding to demolish the current structure, and would like to see the site be redeveloped into a mixed-use space with commercial use/uses on the ground floor and apartments above. The City is accepting proposals for redevelopment of the site until Sept. 6 at 5 p.m. Visit the city of Winnebago website for more information and the full Request for Proposals. If you have any questions please contact Annie Leibel at or (651) 338-1816. If you would like to submit a proposal please send it to or City of Winnebago, PO Box 35, Winnebago, MN 56098.

ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING. Edina is requesting proposals from qualified individuals or firms to provide project management services on an “as-needed” basis to assist with the implementation of the Tyler Munis Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. The chosen contractor will provide project management, consulting, and technical assistance, together with such other related functions and duties as directed by the city. The complete scope of services and RFP can be found on the City’s website at Proposals are due by 3:30p.m. July 30. If you have questions after reviewing the RFP, please contact Carrie Person at

MAINTENANCE. Blaine will be receiving quotes for replacing the wash bay system as its Public Works Facility. The building is located at 1801-101st Avenue NE, Blaine, MN 55449. Quote forms may be reviewed at the Public Works Building or at (eBidDoc #6120935). Work to begin as soon as possible and be completed by Aug. 1, 2019. Questions may be directed to Chris Moneta, at or (763) 785-6165.

PARK PLAN UPDATE. Bloomington invites qualified park planning firms to submit a proposal for consulting services to prepare a comprehensive update of Bloomington’s Park Master Plan (last updated in 2008). At a minimum, the updated Park Master Plan and update process must, including but not limited to: establish a clear vision, evaluate existing park system features, develop a prioritization strategy, identify and prioritize needs, establish an implementation program, identify best practices, and involve community engagement. Copies of this Request for Proposals are available from the City’s Purchasing Office; to receive a copy of the RFP, email Due 11 a.m., Wednesday, July 31.

SIGNAGE DESIGN. Dayton is requesting proposals from qualified individuals and organizations to create a signage design and plan, that integrates existing branding guidelines into a city-wide plan for signage, for but not limited to, City Parks, City Monuments and Buildings. We are seeking a professional signage designer to provide multiple signage designs and an implementation plan. The intent of this project is to identify a scalable signage design for the City of Dayton. A copy of the full RFP is available for download at located under the announcements section.

SOFTWARE REVIEW. Bloomington (“City”) is seeking qualified proposals for software application review of an estimated 120 different software applications with the following goals: 1. Identify areas where use of software applications is inefficient, duplicative, or unnecessary. 2. Complete an evaluation of software applications for potential enterprise wide use. 3. Establish procedures to ensure the City is using industry standards and best practices for product selection. 4. Develop action steps to address findings. Copies of this Request for Proposals are available from the City’s Purchasing Office; to receive a copy of the RFP, email Proposals are due: 11 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 1.

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING & OUTREACH. The Mankato/North Mankato Area Planning Organization (MAPO) has released a Request for Proposal (RFP) to solicit responses from qualified firms interested in performing planning and outreach work leading to implementation of a Regional Transportation Coordinating Council (RTCC) servicing the south-central Minnesota region. The firm selected must have experience and expertise in transportation planning, including (but not limited to) project management, consensus building, stakeholder outreach, data collection and analysis, interagency collaboration, financial resources, and a clear understanding of the MPO planning process and federal and state requirements. Project funding provided by the State of Minnesota Department of Transportation. The Request for Proposal is available on the MAPO’s website,, by email request at, or available in person at the Intergovernmental Center (IGC) located at 10 Civic Center Plaza, Mankato, MN 56001. Any inquiries regarding this notice should be directed to Charles Androsky, MAPO Transportation Planner by email at or by phone at (507) 387-8389. Proposals must be sent to the below address by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 9.

WASTEWATER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. Mahnomen will be receiving sealed bids for the construction of water and waste water improvements. A complete digital project bidding document is available at and by clicking on Bidding Docs at the bottom right hand corner or at by inputting Quest project # 6385537 on the website’s Project Search page. The Contract Documents may be examined at the following location(s): City of Mahnomen, City Hall, 104 West Madison Avenue, Mahnomen, MN 56557. For a complete copy of the Advertisement for bid (please click on the link below) or go to and click on the title labeled "Request for Proposals and Bids." Bids will be accepted until 3 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 15 at the City of Mahnomen, City Hall.

WATER TOWER INSPECTION SERVICES. Separate sealed bids for inspection of Mahnomen’s 300,000 Gallon Pedestal Style Elevated Storage Tank aka – Water Tower Inspection Services project will be received by the city at the office of the City Administrator until 3 p.m. on Aug. 5 and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. The proposed work includes, but is not limited to LS Water tower inspection. The contract documents may be examined by contacting the city at (218) 935-2573 or by email at or WSN, Lee Cariveau at (218) 281-6522 or by email at

WORKERS COMPENSATION. The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is seeking proposals from Third Party Administrators (TPA) to provide resources and program services for its self-insured workers’ compensation program.The MPRB desires to enter into a contract with a single Provider. The MPRB desires to enter into a contract for the term of three years, commencing on Oct. 1, 2019, with a renewal option of one additional two-year term. Please submit all questions to Rhonda Heryla ( by 4 p.m. on July 31. Please submit all proposals to Rhonda Heryla by 4 p.m. on Aug. 14. For more information on proposal requirements, claim statistics history, sample professional services agreement, and more, please visit and click on “2019 Worker’s Compensation RFP.”

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