Solicitations and Competitive Bids
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|Solicitation #||Name||Description||Workshop Date||Due Date||Attachments|
|19-003-Homeless-PSH-HHC||Notice of Funding Availability Permanent Supportive Housing for Households with Children||The County is looking to create new PSH projects that leverage Foundational Community Support (FCS) funds for services. Using FCS funds for services is not a requirement, but projects that can demonstrate match with FCS will be scored higher. However, projects are required to refer all eligible households for FCS services. FCS services may be provided by the same agency or provided by an outside entity. PSH units can be located anywhere throughout Pierce County. Each household must have at least one minor child.||August 23, 2019||September 13, 2019||19-003-Homeless-PSH-HHC
|19-002-Homeless-CoC||Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for Continuum of Care Program||The County, as the Collaborative Applicant for the CoC, is soliciting project applications from eligible, qualified and interested organizations to provide homeless housing assistance to households in Pierce County. The CoC seeks multiple organizations to provide housing and services through this funding opportunity.||July 26, 2019||August 16, 2019||19-002-Homeless CoC NOFA
|LOI-19-001-ADR||Senior Ethnic Congregate Nutrition Services||Pierce County Human Services Aging and Disability Resources (ADR) is accepting Letters of Intent
from prospective applicants to determine whether one or more organizations are interested in, and
qualified to submit a proposal in a competitive bid process. After review of the Letters of Intent
submitted to ADR, a formal RFP may be issued.
This Letter of Intent is not to be construed as a guarantee or promise that the service or goods
referred to herein will be purchased by ADR or Pierce County. ADR retains full discretion to abandon
the Letter of Intent process at any time, for any reason, without liability to offerors for any damages
including, but not limited to, application preparation costs. By submitting a response to this Letter of
Intent, the applicant acknowledges agreement with this process, including the fact that ADR may
abandon the process at any time without liability for damages caused by such termination.
Information contained in this announcement will serve as the basis for the more detailed specifications and requirements of a competitive RFP process.
|July 12, 2019||LOI-19-001-ADR|
|19-001-HOUSING-AHP||Notice of Funding Availability
(NOFA) For Affordable Housing Development and Preservation
|Pierce County and the Pierce County Community Development Corporation (CDC) have jointly made available funds from the SHB 2060 Affordable Housing Document Recording Fee Fund Program (SHB 2060) and the HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) to support the development and preservation of affordable housing in Pierce County.
Applicants can utilize funding from this NOFA to acquire, newly construct and/or rehabilitate affordable rental or homeownership housing (Capital Projects); or to provide operating and maintenance support for existing affordable rental housing (Operating and Maintenance Projects).
|June 26, 2019||July 26, 2019||AHP-NOFA
Capital Project Application - Rental Housing
Capital Project Application - Homeownership Housing
Operating and Maintenance Application
|19-002-ADR-RFP||Request for Proposal for Senior Center Services||Pierce County Human Services, Aging and Disability Resources (ADR) is seeking proposals from eligible and qualified organizations to provide senior center services. Senior centers serve as critical community focal points for older adults, offering a variety of activities that respond to the diverse needs and interests of their community and include, but are not limited to, nutrition programs, health and wellness services, fitness activities, information and assistance to community resources, and a variety of educational and cultural opportunities.
||July 23, 2019||August 9, 2019||19-002-ADR-RFP-01