May 23, 2018

McCoy Creek Trail Environmental Documents-RFP

The Suisun City Building and Public Works Department has issued a Request for Proposals from qualified contractors to perform environmental studies and documentation required for the McCoy Creek Trail Phase 2 Project.

The City intends to extend the existing 10-foot-wide pedestrian/bicycle path, which currently ends at Pintail Drive.  The Phase 2 project would extend the recreation trail northward along the banks of McCoy and Laurel creeks for approximately 1 mile. The City has received $4.13 million in grants to fund this project.

The resulting project will create a natural, scenic accessible trail through the center of the City that will integrate Class I recreation trails with the Central County Bikeway, which runs along the north side of Highway 12.

In addition to the concrete path, the project will include a prefabricated bridge, fencing, railing, site furnishings, monument entry signs, wayfinding signs, educational kiosks, roadway signs and a wide variety of safety devices.

The Department is seeking qualified firms to perform biological/resource surveys, research, reporting and coordination of necessary studies and reports, which may include:

  • Biological Resources – Natural Environmental Study (Minimal Impact)
  • Cultural Resources
  • Area of Potential Effects (APE) map
  • Historic Property Survey Report (HPSR)
  • Archaeological Survey Report (ASR)
  • Historical Resources Evaluation Report (HRER)

More details are provided in the complete Request for Proposals available via registration below.


Responsive proposals are due by 2 p.m. on Thursday May 31, 2018, at Suisun City Hall, 701 Civic Center Blvd., Suisun City, CA 94585.

Complete details are available in the Request for Proposals below.

Any addenda to this Request for Proposals will be added to this site with or without notice to prospective bidders, whose sole responsibility it is to ensure they have the most complete information available.

Post expires at 12:09 am on June 1, 2018