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Consultant Services for Community Development Code Lighting Standards









The City of Lake Oswego is seeking one or more experienced consultants who will serve as an extension of Planning Department staff in administering the City’s lighting standards. The lighting standards regulate lighting along streets, open air parking lots, public pathways and accessways, and all outdoor lighting on properties zoned Public Function (PF) or Public Natural Area (PNA). Photometric plans are generally required to show compliance with max/min levels of illumination and uniformity ratios. In the PF and PNA zones all outdoor lighting must comply with either prescriptive or performance standards. The consultant will be expected to review the lighting plan and technical data for compliance with the lighting standards and provide comments to the staff planner.

The lighting standards are contained in the City’s Community Development Code (LOC Chapter 50); specifically, LOC Link provided below:

The City is also considering updates to the lighting standards by amending LOC The consultant would be expected to evaluate the current lighting standards and provide recommendations for amending and updating the Community Development Code to be more adaptable to changing technologies.

The full Request for Proposals is available free of charge:

Online. To download the full Request for Proposals and receive all notifications a person or company must register and add your individual name or company to the Planholder’s list. See for instructions on how to create an account. If you have questions concerning the website, please call Barb Dillinger at 503.635.0296.

RFP Amendments / Proposal Submittal

Parties interested in submitting a proposal must register through the City of Lake Oswego Bid & RFP webpage and select themselves to be on the Planholder’s list for this project. See for instructions on how to create account.

Questions or comments regarding the RFP should be directed to: Questions must be submitted in writing and received by Tuesday, June 23, 2020 by 4:00 PM.

RFP Amendments:Any amendments to the RFP will be posted to the City’s Bid & RFP webpage not less than 7 days prior to the date for submission of proposals.Persons/firms that are registered on the planholder’s list for this project will be sent an email notice of any RFP amendment. Persons/firms are responsible for checking the City’s Bid & RFP webpage for this project to verify that the proposer has received all RFP amendments prior to submission. No proposal will be considered if it is not responsive to any issued RFP amendments.

Submittal: Parties interested in submitting a proposal must submit the proposal in PDF format to

Advertised in the Daily Journal of Commerce:  Friday, June 12 and Monday, June 15, 2020


Closed - no longer accepting bids and proposals

Due Date

Thu, Jul 9th, 2020 4:00pm

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