City of Glasgow





Bidding & Procurement



Development of City-Wide Parks & Recreation Master Plan


The Glasgow Parks and Recreation Department invites experienced Landscape Architecture and Park Planning firms to submit their qualifications and a proposal for the development of a City-Wide Parks and Recreation Master Plan related to the future delivery of Parks and Recreation services for Glasgow.

Information about the project and a complete Request For Qualifications (RFQ) package can be obtained at: Glasgow City Hall, Office of the Mayor, 126 East Public Square, Glasgow, KY 42141 or from our website Submit 1 original and 4 individual copies of the proposal to the attention of Mayor Dick Doty at the aforementioned address and clearly marked on the outside “RFQ Parks & Recreation Master Plan” no later than 4:00 PM CDT, Monday, June 26, 2017.

RFQ Parks & Recreation Master Plan Bid Packet

Inquiries regarding this RFQ should be directed to:
Eddie Furlong, Director of Parks and Recreation, City of Glasgow, Kentucky, 309 S. Liberty Street, Glasgow, KY 42141, Phone: (270) 651-3811, Website: Email:





In compliance with the above, the undersigned offers and agrees, if this bid is accepted, to furnish any and all of the items upon which prices are quoted, at the price set opposite each item, delivered at the designated point(s) within the time specified in the schedule. Items on bid are exempt from federal excise tax and Kentucky sales and use tax. Title shall pass to the City upon actual receipt and acceptance of the items. In the event there is a discrepancy between the unit price and the extended price, the unit price shall govern.

 Procurement: City of Glasgow does abide by Residential Bidder Preference per KRS 45A.490 - .494: KAR 5:400. This is designed to give in-state bidders an advantage against out-of-state bidders whose states have own bidder preference laws. Prior to awarding a contract, City of Glasgow must provide a preference to resident bidders of KY against non-resident bidders, IF those non-resident bidders are registered in a state that gives or requires its own residential bidder preference. Preference must be equal to preference given or required by state of non-resident bidder. If tie between resident and non-resident, preference must go to resident.