City of Madera announces Triennial DBE Goal


CA News - Published Jul 08, 2019

The City of Madera, California has recently announced a disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) participation goal of 10 percent on projects funded through the United States Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for the triennial period of fiscal years 2019-2020, 2020-2021, and 2021-2022. The triennial DBE goal is subject to review and adjustment on an annual basis. The calculations and methodology are available for review by calling (559) 661-5418, via email to jstickman@madera.gov, and at the City Engineer's office at 205 West 4th Street, Madera, CA 93637.

The City of Madera is the recipient of grants through the FTA. It is the policy of the City to ensure that DBEs have an equal opportunity to receive and participate in FTA-funded contracts.This notice is published by DBE Goodfaith on behalf of the City of Madera, pursuant to the requirements of CFR Title 49 Section 26.45, and authorized by City Council Minute Order.

Public comment will be accepted, in writing, for 45 days from the date of this notice and may be sent to the following addresses:
Keith Helmuth, DBE Liaison Officer
City of Madera
205 West 4th Street
Madera, CA 93637

or to jstickman@madera.gov.

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