Concessions Opportunities at Parks
View and download Request For Proposals (RFPs), Request For Bids (RFBs), and Request For Expressions of Interest (RFEIs) for concessions opportunities in Parks. Sign-in is required to ensure that all participants are notified of official changes to documentation.
The City of New York is committed to achieving excellence in the design and construction of its capital program and building on the tradition of innovation. View and download Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for capital project opportunities in Parks.
For Capital Request for Qualifications (RFQs), click here.
Corporate Partnership Opportunities
NYC Parks is proud to present the “NYC Parks Corporate Partnership Program,” a new strategic initiative whereby NYC Parks seeks a select number of partners for a broad range of assets.
Bidding on Capital Projects
Answers to frequently asked questions about bidding on Parks' Capital Projects.
Capital Projects Contractor Forms
View and print commonly needed Capital Projects contractor forms. These forms are to be used only by contractors currently working on capital projects.
Documents are posted in PDF format.
Citywide Bidders List
Information on how to get on the New York Citywide bidders list and on doing business in the City of New York.
Find a restaurant, sports facility, or other service in your park; suggest a new concession idea; learn more about concessions, from pushcarts to Yankee Stadium; or join the mailing list.
Street Design Manual
Policies and design guidelines for streets and sidewalks, provided by the NYC Department of Transportation.
Mayor’s Office Launches Development Coordinator Initiative
The Mayor’s Office has extended its initiative to help real estate developers, builders, contractors, and licensed professionals working on private developments that have been delayed because of conflicting City policies. The initiative is being piloted in Brooklyn through the end of September and thereafter is expanding to Queens. For more information and to submit your Brooklyn or Queens project for consideration, visit www.nyc.gov/devcoordinator.
The Mayor's Office of Contract Services publishes Construction Project Procurement Pipeline. This report identifies the City's construction projects that agencies expect to bid out during the next 12 months. The projects are listed by agency within the calendar quarter the agency expects to release its bid. The Construction Pipeline is intended to be a resource to assist contractors in planning for future work.
Other Business-related Opportunities
Parks Opportunity Program (POP) Business Connect
Parks Opportunity Program (known as POP) Business Connect is a no-fee employment agency run by the City of New York Department of Parks & Recreation. With over 3,000 employees staffing Parks offices, recreation centers, parks, and playgrounds, POP's talent pool spans a wealth of skills and experience.
Parks Marketing & Special Events Division
Parks offers sponsorship opportunities for companies who seek a unique marketing platform with access to thousands of consumers spanning multiple demographics. Sponsoring a Parks event, program or initiative will not only improve the city’s quality of life, but can also meet your organization’s goals. Sponsorships range from financial support to in kind donations.