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Islamorada Village Issues RFP for Surveillance Camera System, Maintenance

Requirements for a successful bid include providing clear video, along with features such as night vision and zoom. The deadline for proposals is set for March 13.

A white security camera mounted on a white pole in a park.
The Village of Islamorada, located in the Florida Keys, is looking for vendors to bid on the provision and installation of a new surveillance camera system.

With RFP 24-04, Islamorada seeks a vendor to replace and install indoor and outdoor cameras and networking equipment. Specifically, they are looking to address seven cameras at Founders Park and seven at the Village Administrative Center and Public Safety Headquarters.

Other requirements for the work include:
  • A centralized management system featuring user roles.
  • The ability to deliver clear and crisp video.
  • Night vision and zoom capabilities.
  • Submissions with the cost of all associated cabling and networking.
  • Camera locations with suitable storage, including a minimum storage duration of 90 days.

There is no pre-bid meeting planned, but interested parties are encouraged to conduct a site visit to assess camera locations before Feb. 27. To arrange a visit, they can contact Vince Tarves.

Inquiries about RFP 24-04 must be emailed to the procurement and grants administrator by Feb. 27. Sealed proposal packages must be submitted via certified mail and email. The deadline for formal proposals is 3 p.m. March 13.
Cristina Carter is a Tallahassee-based staff writer. She has a bachelor's degree in English literature and a master's degree in international affairs, both from Florida State University.