Monday, January 24, 2011

Green Cincinnati RFP winding down

The City of Cincinnati Office of Environmental Quality (OEQ) is seeking requests for proposals (RFP) through 3 P.M. on January 28 for an outreach campaign to help put the Green Cincinnati Plan into action.

Developed in 2008, the Green Cincinnati Plan is a list of more than 80 recommendations meant to beautify the City, make the City more sustainable, reduce maintenance, save money, and create local jobs.

The campaign will include market research and branding, implementation of the campaign through various media, and a system of campaign evaluation and adjustment.

RFP information can be obtained by e-mailing OEQ Sustainability Coordinator Steve Johns at Proposals should be submitted to Deanna Brown, interim finance manager and City purchasing agent, at Two Centennial Plaza; 805 Central Avenue, Suite 234; Cincinnati, OH 45202-1947.

Copies of the complete RFP can be obtained by visiting or the City Purchasing Division.

Previous reading on BC:
Motion supports making urban gardening program permanent (11/18/09)
Notwithstanding ordinances push community gardens forward (4/28/09)
Cincinnati Farm program could be in place by spring (1/12/09)
Crowley: Make vacant City parcels available for farms, gardens (10/30/08)