City Issues RFP for Parking Study on New Downtown Sandy Springs Area

The City of Sandy Springs is looking for qualified transportation planning, engineering and parking management firms to submit proposals by Feb. 5.


From City Hall spokesperson Sharon Kraun

As part of plans to develop its City Center, the City of Sandy Springs has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) from qualified transportation planning, engineering and parking management firms to assist the city in determining parking requirements to best serve the City Center and surrounding area.

The parking study will include recommendations on size, location and configuration of structured parking needed to support the Master Plan. Proposals are due by 2 p.m., Feb. 5.

 “Forecasting our parking needs is a critical first step in the city’s overall planning for streets and infrastructure changes, said Sandy Springs Mayor Eva Galambos, in a statement. “We want to ensure that we plan for adequate public parking in the City Center area.”

The study area boundaries include the northern and eastern borders as outlined in the City Center Master Plan. The southern boundary will be Hammond Drive, and the western boundary will be Sandy Springs Circle.

The full RFP is attached to this story and can be found on the city website

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