The Planning Department’s current pre‐qualified consultant pools with expertise in the preparation of environmental impact, transportation, historical resources, and archeological resources documents for both publicly and privately sponsored projects, established in September 2012, will expire soon. The Planning Department will be issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for As-Needed Consultant Services for Environmental, Transportation, Historic Resources, and Archeological Review in Fall 2014 in order to have new pre‐qualified consultant pools.
The RFQ will be posted on the City’s Bids and Contracts Listing Database at http://mission.sfgov.org/OCABidPublication/ (select “Consultants and Professional Services” from the “Category” drop-down menu). If you wish to receive an email notification of RFQ availability, please subscribe to the Department’s email list for Contracting and Bid Opportunities.
Please note that the RFQ process is an independent and objective selection process, and consultation with the Environmental Review Officer (ERO) and Planning staff has no bearing on selection for the Planning Department’s pre‐qualified consultant pools.
If you have any questions regarding the upcoming RFQ, please contact Danny Yeung at email@example.com.
Environmental Planning has compiled this list of useful documents and websites to aid you in your preparation of environmental review analysis documents for our department. These links include information on the Environmental Planning consultant pool, CEQA and technical analysis guidelines, document templates and forms, and general CEQA information. We will update these items periodically, so please check for updates on this web page to ensure that you are working with the most recent version.
Disclosure Report for Developers of Major City Projects. The San Francisco Ethics Commission S.F. Camp. & Govt. Conduct Code § 3.520 et seq. requires developers to provide the public with information about donations that developers make to nonprofit organizations that may communicate with the City and County regarding major development projects. Within 30 days of an EIR certification or CPE issuance, this report must be completed by the developer and filed with the Ethics Commission.
The Planning Department has established pools of qualified consultants with expertise in the preparation of environmental impact, transportation, historical resources, and archeological resources documents. The following documents are lists of consultants included in the pools, procedures for administering the pools, and consultants selected from the pools for individual projects.
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CEQA Document Preparation Guidelines
Technical Analysis Guidelines
Document Templates and Checklists
General CEQA Information