Solicitations and Competitive Bids

 Solicitation #
Name
Description
Workshop Date
Due Date
Attachments
LOI-18-001-ADR Behavioral Health Services Evidence-Based Alzheimer's Dementia Intervention Pierce County Human Services (PCHS) is seeking expressions of interest from eligible and qualified organizations to provide Older Adult Counseling (OAC) services. OAC services include the provision of mental health assessment, evidence-based geriatric mental health services, and related advocacy and brokering support to eligible persons aged sixty (60) or over throughout Pierce County. N/A Aug 21, 2018 Letter of Intent Announcement
18-001-HOMELESS-CoC 2018 Continuum of Care (CoC) Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) Pierce County’s Human Services – Community Services Division, as the Collaborative Applicant, is soliciting project applications that will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for Fiscal Year 2018 Funding. Funds can be used to provide permanent housing, both permanent supportive housing and rapid re-housing, and joint transitional to rapid re-housing to homeless households in the County. July 19, 2018

August 3, 2018

2018 CoC New Project Application


18-001-HOUSING-AHP 2018 Affordable Housing Development and Preservation Notice of Funds Availability (NOFA) Pierce County (County) and the Pierce County Community Development Corporation (CDC) have made available approximately $2,926,406 from the SHB 2060 Affordable Housing Program and the HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) Program respectively to support the development and preservation of affordable housing in Pierce County. Eligible applicants include qualified non-profit or for-profit developers and/or operators of affordable housing; cities or towns; and Community Housing Development Organization's (CHDO's). Applicants can utilize funding for Capital Projects to acquire, construct and/or rehabilitate affordable rental or homeownership housing; or for Operating and Maintenance Projects to provide support for existing affordable rental housing. All projects receiving funding must serve low, very low and extremely low-income households in Pierce County. July 11, 2018 

August 3, 2018 2018 Affordable Housing Development and Preservation Notice of Funds Availability (NOFA)

2018 Affordable Housing Project Applications:

1)Capital Projects (Rental)



2) Capital Projects (Homeownership)



3) Operating and Maintenance Projects:



18-001-DD-Information & Education Information Education and Outreach Services Pierce County Human Services is issuing this Request for Proposal to solicit qualified providers to deliver information, education, and outreach services to Pierce County residents with developmental delays and disabilities and their families. These services inform and/or educate the general public about developmental delays and disabilities and related services and includes information and referral services; activities aimed at promoting public awareness and involvement; and community consultation, capacity building and organization activities.   April 12, 2018 RFP 18-001-DD-INFO ED- Information Education Outreach Services






18-001-CD-VP19 Youth Violence Prevention RFP Youth Violence Prevention RFP February 13, 2018 March 2, 2018 Youth Violence Prevention RFP

17-001-CDBG-PF18 CDBG Public Facilities NOFA Community Development Block Grant Public Facilities NOFA December 12, 2017 January 12, 2018 CDBG Public Facilities NOFA

17-001-CDBG-PF18 CDBG Public Facilities NOFA Q&A Community Development Block Grant Public Facilities NOFA Questions & Answers N/A N/A CDBG Public Facilities NOFA Q&A
17-001-CDBG-PS18 CDBG Public Services NOFA Community Development Block Grant Public Services NOFA December 14, 2017 January 12, 2018 CDBG Public Services NOFA

17-001-CDBG-PS18 CDBG Public Services NOFA Q&A Community Development Block Grant Public Services NOFA Questions & Answers N/A N/A CDBG Public Services NOFA Q&A
17-001-ADR-RFP Senior Center Services Pierce County Human Services, Aging and Disability Resources (ADR) is seeking proposals from eligible and qualified organizations to provide senior center services.
The county shall contract with at least five (5) providers to administer all funds allocated for the delivery of senior center services.

August 8, 2017 September 1, 2017 Senior Center Services