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The Town of Bethlehem Conservation Commission is soliciting proposals for a boundary survey for its 78.5 acre Town Forest. The survey must be completed by a NH licensed surveyor.

Part of the Town Forest was surveyed in 2003. The applicant will research this older version to confirm and advise the Conservation Commission on discrepancies. The applicant will have access to all information known from this previous survey including the 2003 Property Survey Report and Property Survey Map.

The survey shall be a Standard Property Survey, conducted in accordance with Condition 2 (rural), technical standard, as outlined in the latest version of “Ethics and Standards, New Hampshire Surveyors Association”, effective October 1989.
The type of Boundary Survey performed shall be a Lot Survey.
The final map shall depict the coordinates on two non-adjacent corners, in order to tie into the town GIS system. The time frame for the survey will be between November 1st, 2019 and March 31st, 2020.
The surveyor shall install Town Forest medallions (to be supplied by the town) along the boundary, facing outwards, at 200’ intervals and shall perambulate the boundary with a member of the Conservation Commission upon completion. Any major lot corners that are not currently monumented shall have ¾” iron pins installed, 30” length if practicable.
Three signed and sealed paper copies of survey maps.
One signed and sealed mylar for filing at Grafton County.
Narrative report.
Electronic version for inclusion into town GIS system.

Statements of proposed work, fee, and information concerning your background and experience, must be received by the Select Board’s Administrative Assistant in the Bethlehem Town Office, 2155 Main Street, P.O. Box 189, Bethlehem, NH 03574, prior to August 2, 2019.

This request for Proposal does not commit the town to award a contract or to pay any costs incurred in the preparation of a response to it. The town reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals.

If there are any questions, please email Lindsay Webb, Conservation Commission Chair, at