City of Maricopa accepting bids for development of Copper Sky commercial site

Rendering Copper Sky Recreational Center

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The City of Maricopa has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a qualified firm to develop 18 acres along State Route 347, adjacent to Copper Sky Recreational Center. As stated in the General Plan, “the vision is to transform the 18 acre property into a high quality mixed-use destination that compliments the Copper Sky Recreation Complex and delivers significant social and economic impact on the community”.

To view the RFP and receive future bid opportunities from the City of Maricopa, potential applicants must register for the E-Gov bid posting service. Registration ensures that users will receive updates and answers to questions received during the posting period. The deadline to submit bids is Thursday, March 22 at 2:00 p.m. For instructions on registering for E-Gov, click on the link below. To view the Copper Sky Commercial RFP, click here.

City of Maricopa View Bid Instructions

About the City’s Economic Development Department

The Economic Development Department leads the City’s business attraction and retention efforts, and is the point of contact for individuals seeking local assistance with site selection, market and demographic information, and business resources. If you are interested in additional information, please visit the City of Maricopa website here, or contact the Economic Development Department at (520) 316-6990.

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