Government: City Hall Bids and
PUBLIC WORKS RENTAL SPACE - REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
The City of Delta Junction is seeking proposals for available
rental space to be used as temporary equipment storage. The
building must be available to occupy during the months of April 1
through October 31, 2014.
Building requirements include,
but are not limited to, four (4) equipment bays with overhead door
openings sized fourteen feet (14’x14’). Each bay shall have
overhead lighting with available 110 volt electrical receptacles.
A concrete floor is preferred, however not required. The building
must be available to City personnel twenty four (24) hours each
day during the rental period. Proposals shall include contact name
and phone number, building address, dimensions of space, number of
bay doors and sizes of doors, verification that electricity (110V)
is available. Include total charge for rental period by the month,
April through October, 2014. This agreement may be extended beyond
October 31, 2014 at the monthly rate offered in the proposal.
Included in the proposal, state whether utility expenses are
included in the monthly rental fee.
The City of Delta
Junction will provide liability coverage during the rental period
April 1- October 31, 2014. City Personnel will request a building
inspection prior to award of rental agreement.
The City of
Delta Junction reserves the right to determine best available
space for temporary rental of equipment storage/shop space. The
City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals
in part or in whole when it is in the best interest of the City.
Request for proposals (RFP) shall be mailed to City of
Delta Junction, PO Box 229, Delta Junction, Alaska 99737, or
delivered to City Hall, 2288 Deborah Street, by 4:00 pm March
27th, 2014. Late bids will not be considered.
please contact Mike Tvenge, City Administrator at City Hall or
call 895-4656 between 8-5 Monday-Friday.
CITY OF DELTA JUNCTION LAWN MAINTENANCE BID
City of Delta Junction, Alaska is seeking bids from qualified lawn
care providers to maintain lawns at the Rest Haven Cemetery and
the Community Park during the 2014 summer season.
Maintenance includes, but is not limited to, raking, mowing, weed
trimming, and trash removal. A complete informational page is
available at the City’s website (www.ci.delta-junction.ak.us) or
at City Hall, 2288 Deborah Street.
• Bids must be received
at City Hall or at the Post Office (PO Box 229, 99737) by 4:00 pm,
March 27, 2014.
• Bidders are responsible for bids being
received on time. A lawn bid received after 4:00 pm will be
• Submit a lump sum price, (on
bidder’s own proposal form), for all work included in the 2014
lawn maintenance agreement.
• Submit bid in a sealed envelope,
clearly marked “Lawn Maintenance Bid”.
shall provide required insurance and license documents within ten
(10) days of the notice of award.
The City of Delta Junction
reserves the right to reject any bid in whole or in part, whenever
it is in the best interest of the City.
Contact City Hall
(907-895-4656 or 2288 Deborah Street) for questions regarding the
lawn maintenance bid.
City of Delta Junction
2014 LAWN MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT
REST HAVEN CEMETERY
- Mow entire lawn once
a week. The first mowing must be scheduled immediately preceding
Memorial Day weekend. Accumulations of grass clippings must be
raked up with or without a catcher bag and hauled off premises.
All lawn debris can be dumped at the Community Burn Pit provided
by Delta Forestry.
- Rake leaves as needed at the beginning
of contract and in the fall. Remove from cemetery premises.
- Use a weed trimmer around fence posts and headstones each
time the lawn is mowed.
- Pick up trash as needed. Bagged
garbage is to be put in Park or City Hall dumpsters.
Mowing will include outside the cemetery fence up to or as close
as possible to the edge of Tanana Loop Extension and Jack Warren
roads, without causing rock damage to equipment or passing
- Work will be performed the Friday preceding
Memorial Day through August 31, weather permitting.
Maintenance does not refer to or include the Pioneer section of
- The expected number of cuttings is
lawn throughout the entire park excluding ball fields. Any lawn
debris can be dumped at the Community Burn Pit provided by Delta
Forestry. Grass clippings need not be collected.
- Use a
weed trimmer around tables, trash bins, and other permanent
fixtures each time the lawn is mowed. Weed trimming is not
necessary along the fence line.
- Pick up trash inside the
park fence. Empty waste cans and replace with new 55-gallon drum
liners each Monday or as needed. Bagged garbage is to be put in
Park or City Hall dumpsters.
- Work will be
performed June 1 through August 31, weather permitting.
Mowing includes everything outside of the fenced ball fields. (The
local baseball and softball leagues maintain the ball fields.)
Mowing does not include the t-ball field, which is fenced on two
sides only. Mowing does include the outfield beyond first, second,
and third bases.
- Mowing schedule will be weekly
June 23 through July 21. Prior and subsequent mowing will be
bi-weekly. A lawn mower with a mulching blade is recommended.
- The expected number of cuttings is nine (9).
Contractor must carry General Liability ($1,000,000) and
Automobile Liability ($1,000,000) insurance plus listing the City
of Delta Junction as additionally insured. Contractor must carry
Workers’ Compensation and Employers Liability if
Copies of insurance and current Alaska Business License must be
made available to City Hall.
Contractor will supply all
labor, equipment, gas and oil and be responsible for their own
The City will apply fertilizer.
may be extended and the number of cuttings may be expanded at the
option of the City. Additional cuttings shall be priced at a
percentage of the current year contract.
This is a
one-year contract, however, it may be extended on an annual basis
for up to two (2) additional years at an annual 3% cost increase
without bidding, if both the City and the contractor are in