The Fayette County Urban Renewal Authority (FCURA) strives to aid in the economic growth and vitality of the county through redevelopment efforts including, but not limited to, infrastructure improvements and removal of blighted structures.
*Notice of Request
The FCURA is requesting bids from qualified contractors for
landscaping detail at Wolf Creek Park for the spring/ summer of 2019. Wolf
Creek Park (WCP) is a bold and innovative demonstration of public
sector-initiated, mixed-use development. The FCURA is developing this
sustainable community with the intention of improving the economy while
preserving the environment.
the hired landscaper will include:
maintenance of over 200 sq. ft. of established beds at the entry-way of park;
Spring planting of shrubs and
flowers, watering, weeding, and general maintenance of established beds and
ornamental trees. Native, perennial, and pollinator friendly flowers and plants
are preferred. Use of petroleum based pesticides and fertilizers should be kept
to a minimum;
Assistance in landscape design and
installation of shrubbery at various locations throughout the park on an as
And maintenance of grounds along park
right-of-ways and around established beds.
Water is accessible
in some parts of the park. The contractor will be compensated on a monthly
basis, May through October or thereabouts. Bids are to be postmarked no later
than Monday, March 25th, 2019. All bids
received after due date will not be considered.
Please submit hard copies of
proposals in sealed envelopes to:
Gabriel J. Peña
P.O. Box 307
Fayetteville, WV, 25840
RE: WCP Landscaping
The Fayette County Urban Renewal Authority reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
Questions may also be directed to Gabriel Peña at
Gabriel.J.Pena@wv.gov or 304-574-4339. For more information about Wolf Creek Park visit
FCURA holds regular meetings on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the County Commission Room.
Fayette County Courthouse
100 North Court Street
Fayetteville, WV 25840
- Wolf Creek Park: a Live, Learn, Work & Play, mixed-use business park
- Addressing abandoned dilapidated buildings in conjunction with the Beautification Committee
- Whitlock Farm
- Gorge Grown
FCURA Board Members
Mike Smith, Chair
For additional information about FCURA, please contact the Fayette County Resource Coordinator Kelly Jo Drey at 304-574-4258.
West Virginia statute and code, §16-18-4, Creation of urban renewal authority.