2020 Downtown Parking Study
Town of Windsor
The Town's goals for the parking update are to be more strategic with existing and future investments in the parking network and improve mobility, access and utilization in a way that is safe and convenient while minimizing auto congestion and associated impacts. The parking update will also recognize evolving technology and future trends in parking systems, management strategies and service delivery.
At this juncture, the Town is interested in understanding existing parking supply and demand patterns, determining the impacts of future development on existing parking, and conducting a robust stakeholder engagement process intended to both inform the public of quantitative and qualitative findings related to parking and obtain input to shape the parking planning process. As a subsequent component, the Town is interested in industry best practices with regard to management of the system to improve efficiency and customer service, as well as evaluating possible sites for new parking infrastructure and reevaluating supply and demand following construction of certain high-impact projects.
Having a well-planned and coordinated parking system is vital to the long term fiscal health of the Town and ensures the continued viability of its small town character. Through effective management and planning for appropriate ways to connect the local developments, patrons and tourists, with downtown parking assets, this study further advances these goals.
David Eisenbraun, Senior Planner
301 Walnut Street
Windsor, Colorado 80550
Share a description of any previous similar work completed within the past five years. Include a name, telephone number and email address of the agencies' project manager for each project listed and describe the firm's role with the projects listed. Demonstrate the firm's ability to control costs, meet schedules and deadlines and provide quality work based on these past projects.
Provide examples of completed transportation plans with a description of the process used to develop the documents.
Share any unique or special knowledge or experience as it relates to the project.
Please provide three (3) client references relevant to the scope of services listen herein. Include names, titles, current email addresses and telephone numbers.
Questions may be submitted to DEisenbraun@windsorgov.com by 5:00 pm December 27, 2019.
Town staff will respond to questions by January 3, 2020 via email to the application contact.
Interviews of applicants selected for an interview beginning the week of January 20, 2020.
Anticipate final selection the week of February 3, 2020, and contract approval in February, 2020.
For complete details, check out the RFP document.