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The Town of Dover has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) in accordance with the Local Redevelopment And Housing Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1, et seq., for the redevelopment project(s) located on existing public parking lots in the downtown for mixed-use Transit Oriented Development.

This concept is specifically intended to complement and support, rather than to compete with, the neighborhood commercial uses in the center of the Downtown, particularly along Blackwell Street. The Town envisions the successful development of these parking lots in a way that retains sufficient public parking but enables surface parking lots to be repurposed into a highly walkable "downtown" neighborhood within easy walking distance of commuter rail service and a wide range of goods and services offered in Dover's Downtown.

This web page provides links to the RFP and various related documents to assist respondents in completing and submitting Proposals. Questions raised by prospective respondents prior to the submission of Proposals and the Town's response will also be posted here.

All Proposals are due May 16, 2014.


CLICK HERE to view/download the Request for Proposals.


CLICK HERE to view the Town of Dover Master Plan including the TOD Element.

CLICK HERE to go to the Town of Dover Planning & Zoning Department Web Page.

Additional reference material and/or responses to questions raised by prospective respondents will also appear here when available.

 
Update - April 21, 2014 (Click on an Item):

     Questions and Responses (Through 4/21/14)

     2003 Downtown Parking Study

     Town of Dover Tax Maps

     Current Parking Lot Map, Fee Structure and Spaces

     April 8, 2014 Information Meeting Attendance List

     April 8, 2014 Information Meeting PowerPoint Presentation



 


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