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Request for Bids—Tally Ho Stream Restoration Project

The project’s objective is to reduce sediment erosion and increase flood capacity in Tally Ho Creek, a tributary to Arroyo Grande Creek that has experienced significant flooding and erosion as a result of increased storm intensity and upstream sediment mobilization.

This project is sponsored by Coastal San Luis Resource  Conservation District (CSLRCD) and located on  private residential properties along Tally Ho Creek, located in the northern edge of the City of Arroyo Grande.  The project is publically funded through grants received from the California Department of Water Resources Urban Streams Restoration Program and the United States Fish and Wildlife Services Partners Program.

The RFP package may be obtained for electronic download from the ASAP Reprographics Planroom for public Jobs, using the search term ‘Tally Ho Stream Restoration Project.‘

Bidders must register as an Official Plan Holder at ASAP Reprographics and pay $25 (non-refundable) to download Contract Documents (including technical specifications and drawings) and be assured of receiving all addenda and plan revisions that may occur during the bidding process. Hard copies of the Contract Documents can be purchased by registered plan holders directly from ASAP Reprographics, located at 365 Quintana Road, Morro Bay, CA 93442.

A mandatory pre-bid site tour will be held at 9 a.m. Thursday, July 13, 2023. The tour will convene at the drainage easement located between 228 and 234 Tally Ho Rd, at the intersection with James Way. Contractors planning to submit a bid must attend the site tour.

Bids are to be submitted via email to on or before 5 p.m. Monday, July 21, 2023. If you have questions, or need clarifying information, you may submit your inquiry via email to the above email address.

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