Cuyahoga County Lakefront Public Access Plan - RFQ

Cuyahoga County Planning Commission

On October 17, 2019, Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish announced his administration’s intention to create a Lakefront Public Access Plan. This plan, which will be rolled out in multiple phases with multiple project partners, will create, augment, and expand a multi-modal, active transportation network of connected paths, all-purpose trails, boardwalks, roads, bridges, and public access points across the lakefront of Cuyahoga County.

This proposed Cuyahoga County Lakefront Public Access Plan will provide a comprehensive, integrated and connected network of transportation systems and provide better access to important Lake Erie shoreline assets. Currently, over 90% of the shoreline within the County is not publicly accessible. This transformative, forward-looking plan will positively impact the lives of residents and create economic development opportunities for the greater region by increasing public accessibility and increasing the resiliency of the lakefront.

Cuyahoga County is interested in engaging a talented project partner (Supplier) to assemble and create the Cuyahoga County Lakefront Public Access Plan in conjunction with the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission staff and leadership.

The Request for Qualifications is found online at:

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