Parks, Recreation and Culture 10-Year Master Plan
- Organization: Municipality of North Grenville
- Location: Kemptville, Ontario, Canada
- Deadline: June 27, 2019
The Municipality of North Grenville (the Municipality) is a small town/rural municipality located adjacent to the southern border of the City of Ottawa. As one of the fastest growing municipalities in Eastern Ontario, North Grenville is committed to providing a broad range of amenities and services to its residents and visitors alike.
The urban serviced area (formerly the Town of Kemptville) currently serves a population of approximately 5,000. It is strategically located 30 minutes from downtown Ottawa, the Nation’s Capital, along Highway 416, with easy access to Highways 417 and 401. The Municipality has experienced strong growth in recent years and has projected a population build out of 20,120 by the year 2029.
The Municipality is responsible for the provision of a wide range of services including fire protection, by-law enforcement, emergency management, parks, recreation, cemeteries, local roads and bridges, snow removal, drainage, land-use planning, economic development, libraries, sewer and water services to the urban serviced area, and general municipal governance and administration.
The Municipality has budgeted for a strategic Parks, Recreation & Culture Master Plan for the provision of parks, trails, open space, facilities, cultural services and programs which address present and future needs of the Municipality.
Consultants wishing to submit an RFP for a 10-Year Parks, Recreation & Culture Master Plan are to provide eight (8) copies of their proposal in a sealed package clearly identified as to the contents and addressed to:
The Municipality of North Grenville
285 County Road 44, Box 130
Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0
Attention: Mark Guy
Director of Parks, Recreation & Culture