Deadline: March 1, 2019Offered by: Downtown Downey Improvement Association (DDIA)Location: Downey, CASalary: $6,000-$10,000Organizational website: www.downeyca.org/depts/cd/downtown_community_benefit_district.asp
The Downtown Downey Improvement Association (DDIA), is a pending non-profit 501(c)(3) Community Benefit District (CBD) that is requesting proposals for a newly designed CMS mobile-responsive website. The DDIA’s primary function is to administer the Downtown Downey Community Benefit District (CBD or District). The DDIA has a contract with the City of Downey to administer the revenues for this assessment district. The Fiscal Year 2019-20 revenues for the CBD are anticipated to not exceed $ 232,000. This will be the first year of operation of the District. The special benefit services funded by this CBD include maintaining security, cleanliness and order in the public rights of way, improving district identity, running the web site and all district events, serving the corporations’ administrative needs and advocating on behalf of the areas property owners, business owners and residents. The function of the CBD is also one of an advocacy organization that seeks to improve the overall appearance, building, office, retail and related residential mix and public space improvements within the district. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACTOR SOUGHT:a. The website developer must design the website to the DDIA Board’s approval;1. Staff will give design ideas for the developer to work from; and2. The developer will provide a BETA website, before going live, for DDIA Board and staff to review, edit and approve. b. The website must contain a “Home” page with rotating photos and copy, and 3 designed page styles to choose from for alternate pages;c. The website needs to be mobile-responsive and reactive to various devices;d. The website needs to have the potential to expand in number of pages;e. The website must be a Content Management System (CMS) and created in WordPress or similar platform that is easy to manage and edit; andf. The website must be created to maximize SEO.
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