Hill Air Force Base Compatible Use Plan
Layton City, the sponsoring agent for this multi-jurisdictional planning effort, is seeking qualified firms to prepare a comprehensive Compatible Use Plan (CUP), formerly referred to as a Joint Land Use Study (JLUS), for Hill Air Force Base in Northern Utah. Layton City, on behalf of eleven cities in, and including Davis, Weber and Tooele Counties, federal and state delegation, and various state and regional entities, has received, in conjunction with this RFP, a Compatible Use Plan (CUP) planning grant through the Department of Defense, Office of Economic Adjustment. The Compatible Use Plan will incorporate, but not be limited to; all jurisdictions adjacent to Hill Air Force Base or otherwise directly affected by Hill Air Force Base daily operations (eleven cities, 3 counties), Falcon Hill, Little Mountain, the Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR) as well as Hill proper.
Layton City and all participating communities continue to support HAFB and have done so since HAFB began operations decades ago. Layton City is the largest community in Davis County and enjoys the greatest quantity of shared boundary around the perimeter of HAFB. It cannot be expressed enough, that Hill Air Force Base is very important to all residents and communities in Northern Utah and the State of Utah.
Following the submittal deadline, a review committee will select a Consultant who will lead and produce a comprehensive Compatible Use Plan through a regional community-driven, cooperative, strategic planning process encompassing all Surrounding Jurisdictions and others identified and impacted by HAFB operations.
Interested firms must demonstrate knowledge and experience in community planning using well established and effective long term and sustainable planning principles and development patterns, preferable market driven development options and resolution to major land use issues, fiscal impact analysis, successful economic development practices, and military installation management and operations. Demonstration of experience as the lead consultant who has successfully completed a Compatible Use Plan involving an Air Force Base is preferable.
All interested parties wishing to bid for this opportunity must be submit a complete response to Layton City by 5:00 p.m. MST, Friday, July 26, 2019. The RFP and Scope is 38 pages in length and may be accessed on the Layton City website. Please visit our webpage for the complete Scope and RFP at the following link: http://www.laytoncity.org/pdf/CD/RFP/Document/HAFB_Compatible Use Plan_RFP.pdf
For additional questions, please contact Layton City:
437 N. Wasatch Drive
Layton, UT 84041
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