Si View Contracting Process

Doing Business with the Si View Metropolitan Park District

Welcome to the Si View Metropolitan Park Districts Bid and RFP Information Page. The Si View Metropolitan Park District solicits sealed bids for public works projects over $300,000 . The Small Works process is used for projects under $300,000.

For questions on purchasing and contracting, please contact the District Office at: 425-831-1900.

Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) are issued when the District requires professional services that are not available in-house.

Si View Park Trail Extension and Maintenance Shop Project RFQ

Si View Metropolitan Park District is seeking statements of qualification and interest from qualified firms for landscape, architectural, civil engineering and construction design services for the proposed development of Si View Park Trail Extension and Maintenance Shop in North Bend, Washington. Interested parties may submit statements until 3pm, May 30th, 2019. Please refer to the following documents for project details.

Project Inquiries:
For additional information, please contact Travis Stombaugh, Executive Director (425) 831-1900 or .

Small Works Roster

The District is part of a consortium of government entities that have pooled their resources and are utilizing one roster amongst themselves. The roster is maintained by the Municipal Research Service Center of Washington (MRSC). Any professional services firm that would like to provide services to the District can submit their firm's information to MRSC.

For more information, please visit the Municipal Research Service Center of Washington website by clicking here.

Consultant Roster

The District is part of a consortium of government entities that have pooled their resources and are utilizing one roster amongst themselves. The roster is maintained by the Municipal Research Service Center of Washington (MRSC). Any professional services firm that would like to provide services to the District can submit their firm's information to MRSC.

For more information, please visit the Municipal Research Service Center of Washington website by clicking here.