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Posted: July 03, 2017
Rapid City
Agenda Item Summary

Agenda Item Ref. #: Downtown Parking Study Professional Services Agreement

Agenda Item Title:

Authorize the Mayor and Finance Officer to the sign professional services agreement with Walker Parking Consultants for the Downtown Parking Study and Strategic Plan in an Amount not to exceed $95,000.

Origination Group:
Legal & Finance Committee
Origination Meeting Date:
06/28/2017
City Council Hearing Date:
07/03/2017
Staff Contact:
Sarah Hanzel
Agenda Item Summary:
In April the City released a Request for Proposals (RFP) soliciting proposals from qualified firms to develop a parking study and strategic parking plan for the downtown area. This parking study implements a near term recommendation in the Downtown Area Master Plan. It will provide the City with current data and analysis to implement improvements to the parking system and position the City to evaluate opportunities for public private partnerships with public parking components. The scope of work for the study and strategic plan include project coordination, an existing conditions assessment, future parking needs assessment, community outreach, public-private partnership opportunities analysis, and alternatives analysis and plan development. The process is anticipated to take approximately 15 weeks to complete with a final report and deliverables presented to the Council in November of 2017. The Agreement includes complete scope of work and RFP.

Funding Source & Fiscal Impact (if applicable):

Funding Cost Center
Parking Lot Area Fund $95,000
Is Funding Budgeted?:
Budgeted
Funding Source & Fiscal Impact Notes:
Parking Lot Area Fund - $95,000

Recommendations:

Origination Recommendation Action:
Approve
Origination Recommendation Notes:
Legal Finance Committee recommended to approve 3-2 with Scott, Wright and Modrick voting “yes” and Laurenti and Roberts voting “no”: 6/28/2017
City Council Recommendation Action:
Approve
City Council Recommendation Notes:
City Council approved 7-2 with Laurenti and Roberts voting "no": 7/3/2017

Attachments & Links to Download:

  pdf Downtown Parking Study Agreement (4.40 MB)