The City of Suisun City is inviting highly qualified professional consulting firms to provide proposals to perform biological monitoring on the McCoy Creek Phase 2 Improvements Project (“Project”).
This Project would extend the existing Phase 1 Trail by constructing a 10-foot wide concrete Class I pedestrian/bicycle path along the west bank of the McCoy Creek canal from the north side of Pintail Drive to Laurel Creek. This Project would include a pedestrian bridge from the south bank to the north bank of the Laurel Creek canal (roughly ending at the dead-end of Humphrey Drive). The trail would then continue along the north bank of the Laurel Creek canal from Humphrey Drive to Blossom Avenue. This is approximately one mile in length, and would result in a natural, scenic concrete trail through the center of town.
In addition to the construction of the Class I concrete path and the prefabricated bridge, other improvements could include installing new fencing, railing, site furnishings, monument entrance signs, wayfinding signs, educational kiosk signs, roadway signs, pavement striping, roadway chokers, flashing beacons at the chokers, crosswalks at mid-block roadway crossings, minor landscaping, and street lighting.
RFP - Biological Monitoring - McCoy Creek Trail Ph 2(PDF, 9MB)
Addendum No. 1 – McCoy Creek Trail Phase 2 Improvements Project(PDF, 164KB)