This Request for Information will remain open and available on the City’s website for as long as the City is accepting program proposals. The City may, in its sole discretion, close the Request for Information at any time, and not accept any further proposals or submittals, as it may determine in its best interest.
The City of Clermont is seeking independent contractors to provide various recreation or instructional programs to participants in the City’s Recreational Programs.
2. Independent Contractor Agreement
Any contractor or agreement resulting from this Request of Information shall be executed as an Independent Contractor Agreement between the City and the proposer, with the City receiving twenty percent (20%) of proceeds.
3. Legal Requirements
Respondents are advised that this Request for Information is subject to all legal requirements contained in all applicable Federal and State Statutes, City Ordinances, and to the Standard Terms and Conditions and the purchasing policies and guidelines of the City of Clermont. Where a conflict may exist between this solicitation and any statute, policy or guidelines, the higher authority shall prevail.
4. Letters of Interest Requirements–Recreational Programs
Program proposals should offer specific or various recreational or instructional programs provided that the programs are consistent with the general nature of recreational programs for the public.
Any qualified firm or individual may submit multiple responses for multiple recreational or instructional programs, however, each submittal should be submitted separately, using a separate Response Coversheet.
Program proposals are encouraged for, but not limited to, the leisure activity areas of youth and adult athletics, wellness and exercise, art instruction, dance, education, senior programs, and other related areas that are acceptable as public recreation offerings.
Programs proposed must provide a valuable service to the community at a reasonable price.
Respondents must not rely on the City to provide any additional financial support, other that overhead operation costs. Overhead costs include facility maintenance, utilities and basic Recreation Division support.
Activities and/or programs must utilize a Recreation Division facility or area including the Arts and Recreation Center within the City’s park system.
The City makes no warranty, guarantee or representation as to the success of any program operated as a result of any Independent Contractor Agreement made pursuant to this solicitation.
The City will not approve any program or a part of any program if it is contrary to laws, statutes, ordinances, policies or procedures of the City or is deemed by the City to not be in its best interests.