RFP for Lease Opportunity for 35 and/or 45 Onondaga Nonprofit
The City and County of San Francisco, through its Real Estate Department, is accepting applications from community-serving 501(c)3 independent organizations to lease space within two adjoining properties, located at 35 and 45 Onondaga Avenue (applications may seek to occupy one or both of the buildings). The purpose of this application is to learn about your organization's mission, fiscal structure and office space needs in order to consider a potential investment in your organization through provision of capital resources to improve the core and shell of existing office space, and providing a subsidized base rental rate.
Only organizations that are receiving Technical Assistance in the Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program (NDMP); or similar City program through the Northern California Community Loan Fund; and that meet the eligibility requirements below; are eligible to apply for tenancy.
For more information, please check the Department of Real Estate's website at http://sfgov.org/realestate/documents.
RFP for Capital and Public Space Improvements
The Mayor's Office of Housing and Commmunity Development (MOHCD) is please to announce the availability of three Requests for Proposals for the upcoming year in the following areas:
Capital Funds for Community Facilities and Public Space Improvements - RFP can be found HERE. Rolling CP RFP FINAL Revised.docx. Question Set for Capital Community Development Block Grant funds can be found HERE Rolling CP RFP CDBG Question Set FINAL Revised.docx. Question set forCapital SoMa Funds can be found HERE Rolling CP RFP SoMa Question Set FINALRevised.docx. Question set for Capital Complete Neighborhoods funds can be found HERE Rolling CP RFP CNP Question Set FINAL Revised.docx.
Capital Planning RFP can be found HERE Rolling Capital-PSI Planning RFP FINAL Revised.docx. Question set for Capital Planning - SoMa Funds can be found HERE Rolling RFP Planning SoMa Question Set FINAL Revised.docx. Question set for Capital Planning - Complete Neighborhoods can be found HERE Rolling RFP Planning CNP Question Set FINAL Revised.docx.
Capital Technical Assistance RFP can be found HERE Rolling Capital TA RFP FINAL Revised.docx. Question set for Capital Technical Assistance can be found HERE Rolling TA QuestionSet FINAL Revised.docx.
SoMa Community Stabilization Fund Request for Proposals (RFP)
The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) and the South of Market Community Stabilization Fund Community Advisory Committee (CAC) are pleased to announce the availability of the Request for Proposals (RFP) for 2017-2019 under the following program areas: Community Cohesion and Neighborhood Coordination, Housing Services, and Jobs and Income. These programs shall have contract periods ranging from twelve (12) to twenty-four (24) months, depending on the program and success in achieving outcomes. All contracts will have a start date of July 1, 2017. Please note that this RFP will not include capital programs. A separate RFP for capital programs is available on the MOHCD website.
For a copy of the RFP, click here.
The RFP will be available electronically on MOHCD’s website at www.sfmohcd.org on Monday, December 19, 2017. Alternative formats for persons with disabilities will be available upon request to MOHCD’s ADA Coordinator, Eugene Flannery at 701-5598 or email@example.com. All proposals must be submitted by 5:00 pm on Friday, January 29, 2017. The RFP priorities are based on the SoMa Community Stabilization Fund Strategic Plan and are noted below:
Objective 1: Strengthen community cohesion and neighborhood communication
Objective 2: Support economic and workforce development for low-income residents and businesses that serve the SoMa community.
Objective 3: Increase access to perpetually affordable housing opportunities for existing SoMa residents
Objective 4: Improve the infrastructure and physical environment
The complete Strategic Plan can be found on MOHCD’s website at www.sfmohcd.org.
MOHCD and will conduct two (2) bidder’s conferences to assist interested applicants in assessing the eligibility and scope of proposed projects, and in completing the required elements of proposals. These workshops will be identical in content and will discuss all program areas included in this RFP. Agencies interested in applying for SoMa funds are highly recommended to attend at least one conference.
How to Contact MOHCD
If you have any questions regarding the RFP, please call Claudine M. del Rosario at MOHCD at 701-5580 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MOHCD Announces Current Job Openings
The Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) is currently recruiting for the following positions (click on a position to view the details as a pdf). If you are interested in applying, applications for City and County of San Francisco jobs are accepted through an online process. Visit www.jobaps.com/sf to register an account and begin the application process.