Specifications include, but are not limited to:
Public Involvement Plan
The Contractor will prepare a Public Involvement Plan indicating all facets of outreach including those with City staff and
the Mayor and City Council via work session. The Plan should remain open to revision throughout the life of the Project
and adjust based on feedback during major milestones.
Stakeholder and Public Involvement
The Contractor will use a variety of public involvement techniques and coordination to inform the public of the Project
progress and provide focused input during key times in the study. A primary element of the plan is coordination with
stakeholders through two (2) committees:
Community Input Committee: This group would include members from City staff, the Contractor, citizens, Mayor
and Council, adjacent property owners within the Project area, and other stakeholders as may be determined.
Technical Stakeholder Committee: This group would include members of City staff, the Contractor, Mayor and
Council, ARC, Georgia Department of Natural Resources (“DNR”), and others as may be determined.
Providing the public with an opportunity to have input on issues and potential solutions helps staff know what challenges
and opportunities exist in the Project area. The Contractor will use traditional and innovative techniques to conduct
outreach to the community, including traditional public meetings and online public meetings. In addition, the Contractor
will provide information that will be loaded onto the City’s website.