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1 QIN Shoreline Master Program Project Summary The Shoreline Master Program (SMP) development process for the Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) includes the completion of inventory and analysis report with corresponding maps and illustrations that characterize shoreline ecological conditions; development of management policies, shoreline environmental designations, and use regulations. The Consultant will incorporate public participation throughout the SMP development process. Although public participation planning shall be a component of the SMP creation, community meetings will not be facilitated by the consultant. Tasks included in this scope of work will overlap in time and may be completed simultaneously with other tasks. Some tasks are iterative and may involve various steps conducted at different times in the process before they are completed. Completion of this project shall result in a SMP that is consistent with the QIN Shoreline Management Code of 1993 (Title 45) and can be adopted by the QIN Business Committee. All work will be coordinated with the manager of the Community Development and Planning Department. Request for Proposals In order to be considered for this contract, please submit a Statement of Qualifications that includes examples of past work that is relevant to this project. There will be a pre-proposal conference on March 31st at 1:30 pm at the QIN Planning Department, located at 807 5th Ave., Suite 3, Taholah, WA Firms are solely responsible for all costs incurred in the preparation and submittal of the RFP. Proposals shall demonstrate that the firm(s) has the professional capability and availability to satisfactorily and timely complete all the tasks as described in the Scope of Work section of this RFP. Responses shall include: 1. The Prime Consultant firm legal name, address, telephone number and principal contact address; 2. The principal assigned to this project, the project manager (if different) and a brief description of their qualifications (experience, professional registration, education) and list of projects and date of completion for projects similar in scope to the proposed QIN Shoreline Master Program project; 3. The submittal shall include a proposed scope of work to confirm the provided project description; 4. The proposed work plan and schedule for activities to be performed; 5. Fee proposal based on the proposed scope of work, work plan and schedule, hourly rates by design team members, anticipated hours by team member and anticipated reimbursable costs; 6. Describe how you establish the estimated cost and when you typically provide your client this information;

2 7. A minimum of three references that are knowledgeable regarding the firms recent performance on projects. The references shall be for projects on which the Project Manager has performed. Submittals become the property of the QIN and will not be returned. Respondents shall submit six (6) copies of their response to this RFP by April 15, 2016 at 5:00 PM. It is anticipated that the consultant selection process and contract negotiation will be completed by May 15 th 2016 with a Notice to Proceed granted in June Send your submittals to: Charles Warsinske, Senior Planner Quinault Indian Nation, 1214 Aalis Drive Taholah, Washington Evaluation Criteria and the Selection Process Preference will be given to inclusion of qualified Indian-owned Firms per the QIN s Indian Preference Policy. Respondents must not have been suspended or debarred by the federal government. Selection of the successful proposal shall, in part, be based upon the completeness of the submittal, the quality and price of the services, the reputation of the respondent, and the ability of the respondent to meet all deadlines for delivery of the item(s). The successful bidder will sign the attached Standard Independent Contractor Agreement with the QIN and obtain QIN business licenses for all firms/subcontractors doing work on the Quinault Reservation. The QIN Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO) applies and a fee may be required. The QIN reserves the right to negotiate with the respondents to ensure QIN receives the appropriate deliverables within the required timeframe. A declaration of an apparent low cost or successful proposer does not constitute the award of the project. The award shall be made only after a thorough review of the proposal and the actions by the Quinault Business Committee.

3 Scope of Work Year One Shoreline Inventory, Analysis, and Characterization Report The Consultant will: A. Conduct Shoreline Inventory In conducting the Shoreline inventory, the consultant will compile all pertinent and reasonably available data, plans, previous studies, inventories, maps, and other applicable information. The consultant will be provided with existing information relevant to this task listed in the addendum. The inventory will include a use analysis with descriptions of recorded public access easements, their prescribed use, maintenance and terms unique to or dependent upon use of the shorelines. To the extent that additional information is relevant and reasonably obtainable, the Consultant will collect the following information: Maps of Shorelines of the QIN (all marine shorelines, streams >20 cfs mean annual flow, lakes >20 acres, and shorelands) Location of channel migration zones, floodplains and floodway. Maps of Critical areas, including wetlands, aquifer recharge areas, fish and wildlife conservation areas, geologically hazardous areas, and frequently flooded areas Maps of Shoreline and adjacent land use patterns/density and transportation and utility facilities, including the extent of existing structures, impervious surfaces, vegetation, shoreline modifications, and platted lots including undeveloped lots (except those not developable under local subdivision ordinance). Degraded areas and sites with potential for ecological restoration. Areas of special interest, such as priority habitats, rapidly developing waterfronts (particularly along the marine coastline and along the Raft and Quinault Rivers), previously identified toxic or hazardous material clean-up sites, and eroding shorelines. Maps and other information on existing and potential shoreline public access sites, including public rights-of-way and utility corridors. Historical aerial photographs documenting past conditions to assist in preparing an analysis of cumulative impacts of development. B. Conduct Shoreline Characterization and Analysis The shoreline characterization and analysis, in addition to the inventory, will consist of the shoreline characterization and analysis report (Hereafter referred to as the Report ). The Report will define the ecological functions of the shorelines of QIN, identify shoreline management challenges, and present recommendations for policies and regulations that would protect and restore shoreline functions in terms of each inventory item. This Report, along with accompanying maps, will provide a foundation for establishing environment designations, policies, and implementing regulations. The Report should identify data gaps, focusing on information that

4 would be useful to support shoreline program development and implementation. The information in the Report will provide the scientific basis for the completion of Year 2 deliverables. The following components shall be addressed in the Report: Characterization of ecosystem-wide processes Part of the shoreline analysis will be a characterization of ecosystem wide processes. This section will include a coarse-scale analysis of the broader area that influences the shoreline ecological processes. It will include a narrative with reference to maps that describes and illustrates the processes in the larger drainage area that are linked to the shoreline through hydrologic flows. These processes include the uptake, transport and deposition of sediment, nutrients, woody debris, and pollutants. Specifically, this characterization will: o Present the geographic context for shoreline ecological functions with geology, soils, topography, vegetation, and drainage patterns of the watersheds. Describe how these large scale upland areas relate to and affect the shoreline. Review existing regional watershed or natural resource related plans and maps for inclusion of relevant information. o Identify areas throughout the watersheds within and beyond shorelines, that are important to maintaining shoreline ecological functions (e.g. wetlands, forest cover, floodplains, higher permeability deposits, discharge, organic/clay soils, etc.). o Identify areas that are key impairments e.g. forest clearing, impervious cover, channelized streams, altered wetlands, roads and ditches, dams/diversions, groundwater withdrawals, and listed impairments such as water bodies on EPA s 303(d) list of impaired water bodies. o Identify opportunities for protection/restoration of upland and adjacent areas essential for maintaining shoreline processes and function. Characterize shoreline functions The characterization of shoreline ecological functions will be a more detailed analysis of the shoreline area that includes a narrative with reference to maps and GIS data. The characterization shall delineate shoreline reaches based on land use and ecological processes (such as man-made physical features, stream confluences, or littoral drift cell boundaries) in order to determine appropriate shoreline environmental designations and management recommendations. Functions that are associated with each shoreline reach will be described. Specifically, this characterization will: o Detail the physical, biological, and land-use components within the shorelines of the reservation. o Evaluate and assess shoreline ecological function using best available scientific understanding of the relationship between the conditions of ecosystem-wide processes and functions within the reservation. o Identify functions that are healthy(i.e. have not been significantly impacted by development), functions that are adversely impacted and functions that may have existed and are now missing.

5 o Identify current patterns of land uses in shoreline areas. o Identify likely shorelines uses and estimate future demand for shoreline use. o Identify opportunities for SMA preferred uses and potential use conflicts. o Identify current public access sites and opportunities for future access sites. o Identify the cumulative impacts of existing shoreline development as well as full shoreline development that would be allowed under the proposed SMP provisions C. Prepare Shoreline Inventory and Characterization maps The report shall also include maps of shoreline boundaries and synthesis maps at appropriate viewing scales that will inform the report and illustrate findings that correspond with the narrative. An area map with coarser resolution shall indicate the location within the state. Subsequent finer resolution maps shall delineate reservation and watershed boundaries. Maps at the shoreline reach scale will clearly differentiate the land and water contained within QIN Shoreline Management Code of 1993 jurisdiction from adjacent lands and contributing drainages. Maps at this scale will present the geologic, hydrologic, and ecologic features most essential to maintaining shoreline form and function and those land uses that may have altered upland processes influencing shoreline function. The reach scale maps also will indicate applicable inventory features such as known presence of listed species, riparian or aquatic vegetation, existing land uses, designated management areas, and shoreline modifications/development. Potential areas for shoreline uses, public access, restoration, and/or protection will be indicated. The map portfolio will include a comprehensive list of mapped features. Task Goal Statement: To identify the ecological functions of the shorelines on the reservation so that appropriate shoreline management challenges can be identified, and recommendations for protection and restoration of shoreline functions can be presented. Task Expected Outcomes: A comprehensive shoreline inventory and characterization report. Scope of Work Year 2 The Consultant will: Complete a Shoreline Master Program The completed SMP shall incorporate all the components in the Year 1 deliverables and shall be consistent with the procedural and substantive requirements of Title 45. Where applicable, Titles 48, 52 and 61 of the QIN tribal code (as revised) shall be referenced. The consultant shall communicate with all other appropriate state, federal, and tribal departments which may have useful scientific, technical, or cultural information. The Consultant will identify the preliminary scope for the comprehensive SMP project consistent with Titles 45, 48, 52, and 61 (as revised), and

6 use available information to map required and optional Shorelines of QIN as defined by Title 45 in order to identify the initial area under QIN Shoreline Management Code of 1993 jurisdiction including: Rivers and streams with mean annual flow >20 cubic feet per second as measured based on basin size. Lakes and reservoirs exceeding 20 acres. Marine shorelines, including the eroding bluffs Lands extending landward 300 feet (minimum) from the ordinary high water mark of QIN shorelines Floodplains: All or part of the floodplain landward 300 feet (minimum) from the upland edge of the floodway Associated wetlands of these areas, including floodways and floodplains landward 300 feet from the ordinary high water mark. In addition, the SMP shall include: General shoreline goals and policies that are applicable throughout the area within the reservation. Shoreline Environmental designations that are appropriate to current waterfront conditions per the findings of the shoreline inventory and characterization, with description of the justification and rationale for the proposed designations. A narrative rationale describing reasons for maintaining or changing the designations shall be included. Maps illustrating the land and water area contained within shoreline environmental designation boundaries. Environment-specific shoreline use and modification regulations and policies, and standards appropriate for each shoreline environmental designation Shoreline use and modification activity regulations, goals, and policies including: o Shoreline use and modification activities that require a Shoreline Substantial Development Permit or Conditional Use Permit. o Shoreline uses and modifications that are prohibited and allowed under the Shoreline Substantial Development Permit or Conditional Use Permit. o Dimensional standards (buffers, setback, density, etc.). o Shoreline modification activity standards. o Any local policies or regulations adopted by reference, if relied upon to satisfy SMA or guidelines requirements. o Shoreline use and dimensional standards in relation to existing Sensative areas and Fish Sensitive Areas requirements in Title 48. Provisions for SMP administration and update, including necessary elements and timelines for permit administration, compliance, and enforcement based on existing tribal code (Titles 45, 48, 52, 61).

7 Task Goal Statement: To identify all Shorelines of the QIN within the jurisdiction so that supporting documents such as the inventory and characterization report are adequate to support final decisions regarding shoreline use AND to produce a draft SMP. Task Expected Outcomes: Draft SMP suitable for adoption by the QIN Business Committee. Deliverables: Year 1 Deliverable Description Date Due 1. Draft list of inventory data 06/01/2016 sources for review and comment 2. Draft working maps of 08/01/2016 inventory information displayed at appropriate scales 3. Shoreline inventory and characterization report with map portfolio that addresses task requirements in sections A thru C 10/01/2016 Estimated Cost: $84,500 Deliverables: Year 2 Deliverable Description Date Due 1. SMP submittal checklist for 07/03/2017 work completed under this task. 2. Digital & one hard copy: Draft Shoreline Environmental Designation maps within shoreline jurisdiction and Draft Administrative Provisions. 08/01/17 3. A complete draft SMP 9/29/17 Estimated Cost: $84,500 Total: $169,000

8 Addendum The Consultant will have access to or be provided with the following documents and information: Titles of the QIN Tribal Code: 1. Title 45 QIN Shoreline Management Code of 1993, as revised 2. Title 48 Land Use and Development Code, 3. Title 52 Beach Lands, as revised 4. Title 61 Natural Resource Management, as revised Reports: 1. Kamiak Ridge, LLC documents (Reach assessments for marine coastline, Relative Sea Level Change Along Quinault Indian Reservation Marine Coastline); 2. Shoreline Management Master Plan (1994, not adopted) 3. QIN Coastal Zone Management Program (1979) GIS files: 1. Zoning map 2. AECOM Wetlands map 3. QIR Road map 4. QIR Ownership map 5. QIR Lidar 6. Grays Harbor County >20cfs streams and floodplains map (portion of QIR within Grays Harbor County) 7. Queets river 100 year floodplain map 8. Wildlife habitat maps Other: 1. Surveys from Community meetings 2. Other information as requested

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