Project Bidding Information


Landscape Maintenance Services Roadway Medians and Right-of-Ways

The City of Daly City hereby requests proposals from qualified contractors for the Landscape Maintenance Services Roadway Medians and Right-Of-Ways in Daly City. All questions regarding this Request for Proposal (RFP) shall be directed to the project contact:

Jeff Fornesi

Assistant to the Director of Public Works

(650) 991-8095

This Request for Proposals (RFP) contains an overview of the services requested by the City. Detailed descriptions of the areas and facilities to be serviced, the services that are requested, and standards of performance are set forth in a proposed Landscape Maintenance Services Agreement, Roadway Medians and Right-of-Ways, and Appendixes that are attached to this RFP. Bids must be based on the services agreement and Appendixes attached to the service agreement. If there are any inconsistencies between the proposed Landscape Maintenance Services Agreement, Roadway Medians and Right-of-Ways with its Appendixes and the RFP, the service agreement with Appendixes shall prevail.

The proposals shall be submitted to the Public Works Maintenance Administration Office located within the Public Works Corporation Yard, 792 Niantic Ave, Daly City, CA 94014, no later than 12:00 p.m. on Monday, May 23, 2022This is not a Public Bid Opening.

You may view and download the request for proposal here (PDF).

Please see Addendum #1 here (PDF).


2020-21 Serramonte Slurry Seal & Daly City Crosswalk Enhancement

Bid Opening: Thursday, June 9, 2022, at 10:00 a.m.

Engineer’s Estimate: 

Serramonte Slurry$2,296,752.00
Crosswalk Enhancement$130,554.00
Engineer's Estimate$2,427,306.00

Specifications and Plans are purchasable through 
this link or by contacting Barker Blue Digital Imaging at (650) 696-2100, toll free at (866) 347-1011, faxing at (650) 696-2199, or emailing   

Please see the Notice Inviting Bids here (PDF) for information on this project. 

Project Manager: Alex Yuen,, 650-991-8064


None at this time.


For Federally funded projects with goals for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) use, please visit the following website for the State of California's Office of Business and Economic Opportunity. The website contains a link to a query form that can assist bidders in finding DBEs, as well as a tutorial on how to use the query form. You can find more information at the Caltrans DBE search.