Linn County Sheriff’s Office RFPs

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Open Postings:

Resolution & Order 2024-170: Architectural Services – Jail Renovation - Request for Proposals added May 21, 2024


Request for Proposal Announcement of Linn County Board of Commissioners Resolution & Order 2024-170, authorizing distribution of RFP 2024-170 for Architectural Services – Jail Renovation.

Division:  Sheriff’s Office – Corrections

Due Date:  June 20, 2024 by 11:00 AM local time

Summary: The Linn County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting proposals for Architectural Services from professional services firms. The County intends but is not required to select a firm or firms to provide services to assist in the development and implementation of the design of the County’s Jail Renovation project. The successful firm will report directly to the Undersheriff, or their designee, during the project.

Single Point-of-Contact:  Undersheriff Micah Smith // 541-812-9200 //


Addendum / Amendments:


Schedule for RFP 2024-170:

  • May 21, 2024 // Commissioners approve Resolution & Order 2024-170 authorizing release of RFP to public
  • May 21, 2024 // RFP documents posted online and sent to community interested parties
  • May 30, 2024 @ 9:30 AM local time // Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference at Linn County Sheriff’s Office/Jail, 1115 Jackson Street SE, Albany, Oregon 97322.
  • June 7, 2024 @ 4:00 PM local time // Questions and Requests for Clarifications are due to Undersheriff Micah Smith
  • June 20, 2024 @ 11:00 AM local time // Closing. Proposals are due to Undersheriff Micah Smith, Linn County Sheriff’s Office/Jail, 1115 SE Jackson Street, Albany, Oregon 97322 –
  • July 3, 2024 (approx) // Issuance of Notice of Award

The County reserves the right to deviate from this schedule.


Closed or Cancelled RFPs and Postings:

Resolution & Order 2020-229 - Evidence Annex Renovation and Remodel



NOTE: To be considered timely, documents submitted in connection with an RFP must be in conformance of all RFP requirements, received and be in possession of the Linn County Sheriff’s Office by the identified date and time. It is the practice of the Linn County Sheriff’s Office to timestamp documents when they are received. For the purposes of this RFP, the timestamp apparent on the submitted documents will be deemed conclusive evidence of the date and time the LCSO received such documents. Proposers are solely responsible for delivery of Proposals.