Posted 4:39 11/15/2023
Attached is the RFP for the Lake County Wildfire Evacuation and Preparedness Plan. The project would address a recurring public safety need resulting from a number of catastrophic wildfire events in the County, looking standard evacuation protocols and procedures for relevant agencies, in conjunction with currently used emergency operations. The intended product would be a reference document aimed at seamless coordination between agencies with respect to transportation and evacuation services.
RFP- Wildfire Evacuation Plan
Attachment A – Sample Contract
Attachment B- Protest Procedures
Proposals are due 12-22-23, by 4:00 p.m.
If you would like to be notified when future Lake APC Request for Proposals become available, please contact:
Charlene Parker, Administrative / Planning Associate
525 South Main Street, Suite #G
Ukiah, CA 95482
The Transit Development Plan is a five-year business plan for public transit in the region. The plan proposes several changes to Lake Transit such as implementing micro transit service in Lakeport and Clearlake Riviera, schedule changes to Clearlake Route 12 and reducing poor performing routes.
To view the Final Draft Transit Development Plan
Help improve transportation safety in your city!
Local Road Safety Plans (LRSPs) are underway in the cities of Clearlake and Lakeport. LRSPs provide an opportunity for local agencies and communities to improve transportation safety. Your input is critical. Taking just five minutes today could help to improve safety in your community for years to come!
Lake Area Planning Council (APC) as the local agency responsible for maintaining the Call Box Program in Lake County, the Lake Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies (SAFE), is currently working to facilitate a necessary, system-wide upgrade.
The majority of call boxes in Lake County operate on cellular service, and the service provider has recently transitioned from 3G to 4G network technology. Unfortunately, the internal radios of the call boxes were designed to work with the former 3G service. As a result, some boxes could become inoperable until their hardware can be upgraded for compatibility with the newer cellular signal.
Staff is working closely with the provider and technicians to upgrade the radios. However, progress has been delayed by the limited availability of the new radios and statewide demand. While working through this upgrade process, staff continues to monitor and place call boxes in out-of-service status until they begin operating correctly.
Lake SAFE appreciates the patience of all travelers during this transition and upgrade. To report a call box not working properly, please call (707) 234-3314.