Request for Qualifications: 2022 and 2023 Hamilton County Landbank Landscaping

MANDATORY INFORMATIONAL MEETING:

February 9, 2022 at 9:00 AM

Please reserve your seat(s) by February 5th by close of business - Contact Ron Shouse, RShouse@cincinnatiport.org, (513) 873-0280

3 East Fourth Street,

Cincinnati, Ohio 45202


LANDBANK LAWN MAINTENANCE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS DUE:

March 4, 2022 by Noon

Drop Off: Land Bank’s Main Office

3 East Fourth Street, Suite 300

Cincinnati, Ohio 45202


Hamilton County Land Reutilization Corporation (HCLRC) Mission Statement:

The mission of the HCLRC is to return vacant properties to productive use through the tools statutorily provided to the HCLRC and by leveraging the resources of the HCLRC’s executive arm, the Redevelopment Authority. In cooperation with our governmental and non-governmental partners and as a result of our relationships with private developers, the HCLRC will focus on providing diverse commercial and residential opportunities through catalytic investment in neighborhoods. These investments will lead to improved community quality of life, blight and nuisance abatement,  stabilization,  revitalization, increased property values, and will return unproductive properties to contributing, tax-paying status.

2022 and 2023 Landbank Lawn Maintenance Request for Qualifications:

The Land Bank is looking for qualified contractors to complete lawn maintenance on Land Bank-owned properties   (those with and without a   structure). The    Land    Bank will award annual contracts to multiple contractors and will distribute the work based on geographic area, contractor capacity, or in any manner that best accomplishes the work. Contracts are to be for one year, with the option to extend for additional one-year periods, if so desired by both parties. A contract for services does not guarantee that the contractor will receive a specific amount of work.