The city of Fullerton has released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for partners who are interested in the revitalization, operation and maintenance of the City-owned Hunt Branch Library.
To read the full RFP, click HERE.
The partnership opportunity is to utilize over 10,500 sq. ft. of interior space that sits on a 2.2 acre parcel space for literacy, cultural and/or entrepreneurial type services and programming.
Submittals are due by 5:00pm on Thursday, January 23, 2020.
According to the RFP, “The Hunt Library building provides a unique opportunity for a variety of creative services that could bring residents and visitors together in a place of learning and knowledge sharing.”
“Qualified partnership teams must have significant experience and demonstrated ability to develop successful and high quality literacy, educational, cultural and/or entrepreneurial programs. Qualified teams will have experience collaborating with various organizations and managing educational programs and services. The selected partner(s) will be responsible for programming and operations at the Hunt Library building,” the RFP states.
The City has secured $2.5 million in funding to assist in the renovation of the interior library building but but the money cannot be spent until there is a plan in place and needs one in place by June 2020 if the City doesn’t want to see that grant money forfeited.
The City will host two informational sessions for potential partners. The sessions will include the chance to ask City staff about the RFP process and the Hunt Library building. A tour will also be included for potential partners to assess the Hunt Library building for program usage.
-1st Session: December 4th, 2019 at 10am. 201 S. Basque Ave, Fullerton.
-2nd Session December19th, 2019 at 2pm 201 S. Basque Ave, Fullerton.
Interested parties may contact Anissa Livas at email@example.com or via phone at (714) 738-6317.
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