Traffic impacts on Pioneer Bridge Weds. Feb. 14th from 9am-3pm

Traffic impacts on Pioneer Bridge Weds. Feb. 14th from 9am-3pm

 
Crews are replacing the streetlights on the Pioneer Bridge with new, energy efficient LEDs, the final step in the partnership between the City, PSE and the State Transportation Improvement Board to update our streetlights. As a result, vehicles will be flagged through the bridge with one way alternating traffic. Please choose alternate routes if possible. Thank you for your patience.

Now Accepting Applications for Professional Services for Consultant Roster

City of Ferndale
Public Notice Solicitation of
Professional Services Advertisement

 

The City of Ferndale (pursuant to RCW 39.80) is soliciting statements of qualifications and performance data from engineering and/or architectural firms for providing general engineering and survey services for municipal applications including but not limited to sanitary sewer systems, storm drainage, water distribution systems, streets, geotechnical investigations and studies, and traffic engineering for the remainder of the 2018 calendar year.  These qualifications and performance data will be placed on file and will be used as a source from which to select one or more qualified firms from whom a detailed proposal will be requested for any specific project.

Those firms who wish to submit shall provide one (1), Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) with a cover letter for each discipline of work they wish to be considered.  The discipline of work needs to be stated in the cover letter.

Include SOQ point-of-contact information with e-mail address on each cover letter.  The format of the SOQ is left to the discretion of the submitter.  Submittals should not exceed (10) ten pages.

Those firms that have statements currently on file will need to resubmit to be included in the remainder of the 2018 calendar year. All SOQ’s will be placed on file and will be used to select qualified consultants for each particular project, as the need arises.  Due to the ongoing nature of the projects throughout the year consultants not selected will not be notified.  Failure to follow the format outlined above may result in disqualification and/or removal from the Consultant Roster.

Please submit Statements of Qualifications to the City of Ferndale Public Works Department, by mail; attention: Public Works Department, P.O. Box 936, Ferndale, WA 98248 or emailed to public-works@cityofferndale.org.  The City of Ferndale encourages minority and women owned consultant firms to respond.

For questions, please contact the Public Works Department at public-works@cityofferndale.org or (360) 384-4006.

Following are the Disciplines of Work that the City will be accepting SOQs:

Architecture

Civil Engineering Design

Construction Management & Inspection

Cultural Resource Services

Electrical Engineering

Environmental Services

Geotechnical Engineering

Hydrogeology

Hydrology

Land Surveying and Survey Review

Landscape Architecture

Materials Testing & Inspection

Mechanical Engineering

Property Acquisition & Relocations

Property Appraisal

Property Review

ROW Services

Structural Engineering

Traffic & Transportation Engineering

Traffic Signalization

Transportation Planning

Utility Engineering

Water/Wastewater Engineering

Wetlands Delineation & Analysis

 

 

 

Now Accepting Applications for Small Works Roster and Vendor List

City of Ferndale

Public Works Department

Small Works Roster and Vendor List

Notice is hereby given that the City of Ferndale Public Works Department is now accepting applications for its Small Works Roster and Vendor List for the year 2018. All interested parties may download application forms from the City’s webpage here. Completed applications can be returned to the City of Ferndale, attn.: Public Works Department, P.O. Box 936, Ferndale, WA  98248 or emailed to public-works@cityofferndale.org. Applications are valid for the calendar year in which it is received. A new application must be submitted each year.

Small Works Roster applicants where required by law, must be properly licensed or registered to perform work in the State of Washington. Contractors whose names appear on the Small Works Roster may be contacted from time to time to submit job proposals for contracts in the amount of $300,000 or less (RCW 39.04.155). Vendors whose names appear on the Vendor List may be contacted from time to time to submit quotes for materials, supplies or equipment not connected to a public works project in accordance with RCW 39.04.190.

If you have any questions please contact the Public Works at public-works@cityofferndale.org, or by phone (360) 384-4006 during regular business hours.

Third Avenue Reopened and Improved

As of Weds, Oct. 26th, Third Avenue is open to vehicles and pedestrians. Thanks to a grant from the Department of Ecology, the City was able to install new utilities, sidewalks and pervious pavement along the edges of the roadway to intercept stormwater runoff from the road and sidewalks. A sand filter was installed below the pavement to treat the stormwater. This new pavement technology is a great example of low impact development, which helps keep toxins from our streets from entering our water supply.

Traffic Impact on Malloy Avenue Starting Thursday April 27th

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Thursday April 27th, Friday April 28th and Monday May 1st 8:30am-5:00pm. Work will take place on Malloy Ave and Maria Terrace. While the road will remain open, traffic control and speed reduction devices will be in place. This work is weather dependent with dates subject to change. This traffic revision is necessary to allow for a private developer to complete installation of a utility and storm crossing.

If you have questions regarding this notice, please contact the Ferndale Public Works Department at (360) 384-4006.

Traffic Signal Changed at 1st Ave. and Main St.

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As part of the City’s efforts to improve traffic flow through our downtown core, the traffic signals at 1st Avenue and Main St have been changed.

For traffic going East/West on Main Street, the signal will show a flashing yellow. This means proceed with caution.

For traffic on 1st avenue, the signal will show a flashing red. This means come to a complete stop then proceed when safe.

There will no longer be a protected pedestrian crossing at this intersection.

The City will study the impacts to our city and review whether to remove the street light entirely.

For any questions, please contact Ferndale Public Works Department at (360) 685-2379.

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