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Request for Bids—Morro Bay Watershed Erosion Repair Design

Coastal San Luis Resource Conservation District (CSLRCD) announces the release of our Request for Proposals (RFB) for Morro Bay Watershed Erosion Repair Design.

The Los Osos and Chorro Creek watersheds have been identified as impaired for sediment, nutrients, pathogens and dissolved oxygen. The Morro Bay Estuary, recognized as a State and National Estuary, faces ecological challenges due to accelerated sedimentation originating from upper watersheds. To address these challenges, the Coastal San Luis Resource Conservation District (CSLRCD) plans to implement Management Practices (MPs), focusing on upslope gully erosion control and head cut repair on working lands in the Los Osos Creek watershed. This RFP seeks proposals from qualified firms for engineering design services to support the repair of two erosive sites within the Morro Bay Watershed.

 This project is being sponsored by the CSLRCD using grant funding. Funding for this project has been provided in full or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the State Water Resources Control Board (“State Water Board”) under the Federal Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Program (Clean Water Act Section 319).

The RFP package may be obtained for electronic download below.

Requests for Information are due via email by 5 p.m. on December 27, 2023.

Proposals are due by 5 p.m. on January 8 , 2024, via email to If you have questions, or need clarifying information, you may submit your inquiry via email to Hayley Barnes.

Please consider submitting a proposal for this important work, and please share this RFP with others who might be interested.

Click below for a pdf of the RFP.

Morro Bay Watershed Erosion Repair_Coastal San Luis RCD_Dec2023.pdf