Carthy wants to make sure that the city parks are up to date. At the Rosenberg City Council workshop meeting on Tuesday, McCarthy will present completed bid documents for parks maintenance.
Council members have the opportunity to discuss the parks grounds maintenance services for Brazos, Harwood, Macario Garcia, Riverbend, Sunset, Tony Becerra, and Travis parks. The current maintenance contract will expire on Sept. 30.
City staff is recommending the contract be awarded to the current contracted bidder, Yellowstone Landscape, amounting to $69,408. The amount for the additional one-year term has been increased by $2,088.
Council members will also discuss bid documents for the city’s other ground maintenance services. Ground maintenance services are currently provided at Rosenberg City Hall, the Rosenberg Police Department, the Rosenberg Civic & Convention Center, Rosenberg Fire Departments No. 1, 2 and 3, the Rosenberg cemetery, water plants and lift station.
City staff is recommending the contract be awarded to the current contracted bidder, Landscape Professionals of Texas, amounting to $60,489. According to city staff, there is an option to extend the contract for an additional year at the same price.
Landscape Professionals holds the current contract and its work has been satisfactory, city staff noted. Council members will also discuss bid documents for the Seabourne Creek Regional Sports Complex grounds maintenance. The current contract with Earth First Landscapes includes bi-weekly mowing and specialized maintenance of all baseball fields at Seabourne Creek Regional Sports Complex, city staff said.
City staff recommends extending the current contract for an additional one-year term in the same annual amount of $72,761.