Request for Qualifications Wastewater System Improvements Project
The City of Williams Department of Public Works is soliciting Statements of Qualifications to provide professional services for the design phase of the Wastewater Collection System Improvements Project. Funding for this project is provided, in full, by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board. California’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund is capitalized through a variety of funding sources, including grants from the United States Environmental Protection Agency and state bond proceeds. The total cost of the project through construction is estimated at $5.5M.
Williams Police Department
Invites Applications For:
Classification: Police Officer (Lateral, Academy Graduate, or Academy Enrolled)
Full/Part Time: Full Time
This Request for Proposals (RFP) is intended to select a qualified Consultant to prepare a Local Road Safety Plan (LRSP) to identify and prioritize future safety projects in the City of Williams. To be considered, consultants must submit a proposal indicating their knowledge and experience related to the services being sought, and familiarity with LRSP, SSARP, and traffic safety countermeasures. For more information, please click on the link to access the RFP and PSA.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The proposal due date has been extended to 4 p.m. Friday, October 1, 2021.
Has COVID-19 impacted your family’s income?
Have you had trouble paying your rent or utility bills?
Is your household’s income below $44,284 (80% of Area Median Income)?
If you answered “yes” to these questions you may qualify for the Housing Is Key Assistance Program.
This program can help with rent, gas, electric, trash, water, and sewer bills that are unpaid due to COVID-19’s effect on households.
For more information, or to apply, please click on the link provided below:
For COVID relief for an outstanding PG&E bill please refer to the following information: