The RPA is currently seeking qualified firms to complete multiple large Area Plans. Two separate RFPs have been posted: one for six Area Plans within the City of Chattanooga, and the other for four Area Plans within the unincorporated portions of Hamilton County. The due date for proposals is August 23rd, 2022.
More information about both of them can be found in the attachments below, but anyone interested in submitting a proposal will need to do so through the City of Chattanooga’s online Supplier Portal.
Need help? Contact: SupplierSupport@Chattanooga.
The primary purpose of Area Plans is to provide a general vision and guide for future development that balances growth with protection of the area’s natural resources, cultural history, and established neighborhoods. Working with the public to identify key issues is an integral part of each Area Plan process. The Area Plans will provide projections for anticipated growth, forecasts of school enrollment, a better understanding of land use, water and sewer needs and traffic impacts.
Once adopted, Area Plans become the new policy guide to help elected officials, city staff, and private developers make decisions about zoning, capital improvements, and preferred locations for, and types of, development.