The Wasatch Summit Program is requesting proposals for a Program Facilitator to perform professional services for Phase I of the Program. All questions and requests for procurement packages must be directed to Gregg Larsen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional details and instructions can be found by following the link below.
Wasatch Summit Program Facilitator RFP
The Wasatch Summit Program plans to issue an RFP for Early Scoping and Environmental Services by the end of the month, and the Program welcomes any comments on the draft Scope of Work for this upcoming RFP. While these comments won’t be responded to directly, the Scope may be revised based on the input received.
Please submit your comments to email@example.com by June 23, 2013.
To prepare for the upcoming advertisement of an RFP for Early Scoping professional services, the Wasatch Summit team held an industry informational briefing to provide additional information on the Program, draft scope of work, Program organization, tentative work schedule, funding, and to answer questions. The information presented at the meeting can be accessed by following the link below. The password is “wasatch.”
Industry Informational Briefing PowerPoint presentation
If you have any questions or comments, please email Gregg Larsen at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wasatch Summit Program is composed of a diverse set of public and private entities representing the many interests invested in the future of the Central Wasatch Mountains.
Follow the link to view an updated version of the Program’s Committee membership, responsibilities, and roster. The document provides information about who sits on the Executive, Steering, and Stakeholder Advisory committees; and it describes the various committees’ roles and responsibilities.
Thank you to all those who attended the stakeholder advisory committee meeting on April 29, 2013. The insight provided by everyone who participated is greatly appreciated and will help move the project forward.
Information about the meeting is available at the link below.
April 2013 meeting minutes & PowerPoint slides
The Draft Agenda for the April 29 meeting is:
- Welcome (Andrew Gruber)
- Info Cards: What are the 2 or 3 most important issues for this process to address?
- Process Update (Executive Committee Member)
- Process Approach and schedule
- Process Organizational Structure (to date)
- Federal Partners
- Process Funding
- Path Forward (Executive Committee Member)
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Process
- Consultant Selection (NEPA, Program Manager)
- Communication (Executive Committee Member)
- Wasatch Summit.org Website/contact information
- Future communication tools
- Break-Out Session (Various Facilitators)
- Communication: how best to transfer and receive information
- Stakeholder Role
- Who is not here that should be?
- Process Name
- Hand in Info Cards
Access Wasatch Committees and responsibilities and roster 4-23-13 (Word document)
Over the last several months, the Conveners and Steering Committee have been developing a proposed project approach, and we encourage you to give us feedback on the latest draft. We’re also in the process of selecting a name for the project. If you have any suggestions, we’d be excited to hear them!
To review the proposal, click here. Share your thoughts in the comments box below, or send an email to email@example.com.
Salt Lake County and other federal, state, and local jurisdictions have recently completed the Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon Mountain Transportation Study. Access the reports by clicking the links below.
Mountain Transportation Study Executive Summary
Mountain Transportation Study Final Report
And visit Links to plans and studies for information about additional visioning and planning processes affecting the Central Wasatch.
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Thank you to the stakeholders and conveners for participating in the kickoff event for the Central Wasatch planning process! Attached are presentations from the meeting and a summary of the discussion. Decision-making Processes Summit County Planning Salt Lake and Summit County … Continue reading