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The Watershed Conservation Authority (WCA) is requesting proposals from qualified entities to provide funding opportunities and legislative support services.
The purpose of the Authority includes providing for a comprehensive program to expand and improve the open space and recreational opportunities for the conservation, restoration, and environmental enhancement of the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers Watersheds. The objective of this solicitation is to select a qualified consultant to provide funding opportunities for the WCA.
Each proposal must be submitted on the forms available in the linked Request for Proposals (RFP) package - HERE. Proposals shall be submitted to 100 N. Old San Gabriel Canyon Road, Azusa, CA 91702, on or before 3:00 p.m. on Friday, March 30, 2018. Proposals shall be identified as “Funding Opportunities - WCA” on the envelope. No faxed or e-mail proposals will be considered. If you have questions before submitting your proposal please contact Salian Garcia, WCA Fiscal Manager, 626-815-1019 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The proposal(s) found to be most advantages to meet the needs of the WCA shall be submitted to the WCA Board for their consideration to award. The Board has the right to reject any proposal at their discretion.Oct 09 · By Share·
Enjoy Musical Inspired Notes Day celebrating those with special needs in Avocado Heights, presented by Supervisor Hilda L. Solis and LA County Parks and Recreation Friday October 20. See details on the flyer below.Mar 30 · By Share· 1 reaction ·
The WCA is hosting an Earth Day event sponsored by the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy to paint a mural and learn about the future Duck Farm River Park in La Puente Saturday April 29 from 10am - 2pm. Come to brighten the community and win prizes! There will also be project boards and staff to share the plans for the park as we get closer to beginning construction.Mar 02 · By Share·
The Watershed Conservation Authority (WCA), as Lead Agency, has prepared a Final Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) (SCH#2013031056) for the Emerald Necklace Implementation Plan -Phase 1 and associated Mitigation Reporting and Monitoring Program in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The Final PEIR serves as a programmatic document for a program that includes 15 projects that would close gaps in this regional recreational trails network and increase access to the trails to hundreds of thousands of people in the project area.
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