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Open Town Request For Proposals

Below are the current open Request for Proposals (RFPs) for the Town of Upper Marlboro: 

RFP # UM 2020-01
Town of Upper Marlboro Media Relations Firm

Project Overview: The Town of Upper Marlboro is seeking proposals from firms to assist and guide the Town on to manage Town relationships with the media and ensure quality and accurate dissemination of information; act as Town’s official spokesperson with the media; respond to crisis outbreaks; provide proactive media relations; facilitate news conferences and prepare all necessary materials as needed; proactively promote Town accomplishments and activities.
Full RFP Document HERE
RFP Closing Date: Friday, March 6th, 2020 by 5pm. 


RFP # UM 2020-02
Web-Based Parking Ticket Issuance Hardware, Software, and Payment Solutions
Project Overview: The Town manages 123 on-street single-space parking meters along Main Street, Elm Street, Judges Drive, Governor Oden Bowie Drive, Water Street, and Pratt Street. These parking spaces are managed by M5™ Single-Space Smart Parking Meters installed in July 2019. The Town also managers a 30-car parking lot on Church Street managed by an MS1™ Multi-Space Pay Station. The Town employs one full-time Code Enforcement officer to enforce parking regulations within the Town. The Code Officers is supported by several full-time Police Officers who assist as needed with parking enforcement. The current hourly rate to park is $2.50 per hour, Monday through Saturday, 24 hours a day. The Town issues an average of 250-300 citations per month.
Full RFP Document HERE
RFP Closing Date: Friday, March 6th, 2020 by 5pm. 


RFP # UM 2020-03
Town Hall Solar Energy 
Project Overview: The Town of Upper Marlboro is seeking proposals from qualified firms to install solar panels on the roof of the Town Hall building located at 14211 School Lane Upper Marlboro MD 20772. The Town renovated and expanded the Town Hall & Police Department building in 2017-2018, into an approximately 6,000 square foot government office building. The Town installed energy-efficient heating/cooling, LED lights & times, new windows, and all new insulation. In 2019, the Town was awarded a grant from the Maryland Department of Energy to install solar panels on the roof of the Town Hall building.
Full RFP Document HERE
RFP Closing Date: Friday, March 6th, 2020 by 5pm.