Community and Economic Development

Posted on: August 7, 2017

Request for Proposals Port Angeles Wayfinding Plan Update

City of Port Angeles

Request for Proposals 

Port Angeles Wayfinding Plan Update

The City of Port Angeles is inviting qualified agencies to participate in an exciting opportunity to submit a proposal to update its current wayfinding system. 

The City of Port Angeles is looking to update the community’s 2011 Wayfinding Plan. The plan was originally created to reassess the landscape for wayfinding challenges issues and needs; however, considerable time has passed since the last analysis and planning effort. Additional design schemes identifying and resolving issues like sign size, type, color, and location, should be included in the proposal. Finally, a comprehensive plan that encompasses a current analysis of wayfinding signage, resolution of the issues in the first 2011 Wayfinding Plan, and the creation of a new signage system should also be included.

Proposals will be accepted from individuals, organizations (profit or non-profit), or other collaborative arrangements that can demonstrate they are qualified to conduct business in the State of Washington and the City of Port Angeles; the ability to engage with local businesses and other tourism entities to ensure their representation in the Wayfinding Plan Update; and include a team with design professionals in graphic design, urban design, and professionals with civic wayfinding experience.

The entire RFP and supporting documents can be obtained at the City’s Bid/RFP webpage, url:, or by going to and clicking on Posted Projects, Goods and Services, and City of Port Angeles.

To be considered, a digital or physical copy of proposal should be received at the addresses below no later than 5 p.m. (PST) on August 28, 2017. All communications concerning this project shall be directed to:

Allyson Brekke, Planning Manager

Department of Community and Economic Development
321 East Fifth Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362

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