Phoenix Plaza Project – RFP 17-2 Plaza Building

The Phoenix Urban Renewal Agency is seeking bids to provide General Contracting services for the construction of the new Phoenix Plaza Building and adjacent landscaped plaza with the following scope of work:  A +/- 6,035 square foot, single story building containing the following spaces: (2) multi-purpose rooms, kitchen, Council Chambers, lounge and miscellaneous support spaces; and a +/- 19,500 square foot landscaped, outdoor plaza adjacent to the new Plaza Building.  The new outdoor plaza will include but not be limited to new plantings, new concrete seat walls, new concrete paving, irrigation and the rerouting of an existing, on site spring.  A mandatory pre-bid conference is scheduled June 21 at 2 p.m.  Please return proposals on or prior to July 21, 2017 at 2 p.m.

Please review both of the documents below.  Additional information is available at Medford Builder’s Exchange:
RFP 17-2 – Plaza Building
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RFP for Electrical Installation and Roadway Lighting for Plaza Project

The Phoenix Urban Renewal Agency is seeking proposals to provide electrical Design-Build services for the electrical installation of the Phoenix Plaza site and lighting for roadway and parking area, at 220 N. Main Street, Phoenix, Oregon.  Please return proposals on or prior to June 29, 2017 at 4 p.m.

Article on the Phoenix Plaza Project – League of Oregon Cities

The League of Oregon Cities published an article about the Phoenix Plaza Project in their June 2017 newsletter. You can view the article at the link below (on page 30).

Mayor’s Newsletter

Have you had an opportunity to read the latest Mayor’s newsletter?  You can find information about local events, new businesses and other community information for Phoenix, as well as updates on City business.

MAYOR newsletter April 2017

Do you recognize this sign?

This sign was originally located on South Pacific Hwy., just south of Oak Street in Phoenix.  Many of you may recall that it was used by Adam’s Same Ole Place, and more recently, by the People’s Market.  The sign was removed and carefully restored by John Deller, of Wisdom Signs in Phoenix, and has new paint and LED lights.  Tony Chavez, of King Hat Pinstriping in Phoenix worked on metal restoration and artwork for the sign.  A big thank you to Superior Carpet, who agreed to use this vintage sign for their new location opening in early 2017, at 133 S. Main Street in Phoenix.  Phoenix Urban Renewal Agency coordinated the effort to save this piece of local history, and contributed grant money towards the restoration and relocation of the sign.

Phoenix Plaza nearer to reality — Mail Tribune ArticlePlaza Building from Street

The Mail Tribune recently ran an article describing PHURA plans for the Phoenix Plaza Project on Main Street in downtown Phoenix.

 Phoenix Plaza Article MMT 2/8/17

Architect Selected for Phoenix Plaza

PHURA is pleased to announce the selection of Kistler Small and White, Architects, to design and provide construction management services for the Phoenix Plaza Civic Center, in downtown Phoenix.  Final design will be presented to the public later this year.

Sidewalk Signs

Sidewalk Signs for web 4-25-16

If you would like to use a sidewalk sign to advertise your Phoenix business, contact the Planning Department, 541-535-1955 ext. 316 for a temporary sign permit.  Then come to the Agency to borrow a metal sign holder that complies with City regulations.

Urban Renewal in Oregon

The Association of Oregon Redevelopment Agencies (AORA) has a wonderful short video (less than 5 minutes) on Urban Renewal in Oregon.   View the link below to see some of the projects happening around our state.  Transforming Oregon Communities

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Upcoming Board Meeting

Board Meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Phoenix Urban Renewal Agency Office.

Phoenix Grange

Redevelopment Projects in Downtown Phoenix

View current rehab projects happening in Phoenix.

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Sign Grant Program

A Sign Grant Program is available to assist local businesses.  The intent of the grant is to assist businesses in attracting more customers, and encourage and promote aesthetically pleasing signage.

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Business Spotlight

Figaro’s Pizza has come to Phoenix! A franchise opened recently at 315 N Main Street Suite B next to Subway Sandwiches.  Figaro’s Pizza began in 1981 as the dream of two entrepreneurs, Corkey…