We are responsible for:
- Procuring and warehousing virtually all supplies and materials that are used by the City
- Procuring all bids on equipment and construction projects
- Establishing and enforcing any specifications with respect to bids, supplies, materials, and equipment
- Supervising the inspection of all deliveries of goods to determine quality, quantity, and conformance to specifications.
Active Bidding for City Surplus Property
Procedure for Applying for a City of Montgomery Bid
Vendors are required to write a letter to the City Purchasing Agent, requesting that their company's name be added to the bid list. Also include a description of the type of commodity and/or service that the company can provide. If available, the vendor should also include any type of brochure, catalog, etc., describing their products or services. Upon receipt of this letter by the Purchasing Division, the company's name will be added to the bid list for the commodities or services mentioned in their request.
Bids & RFPs
Please call Carol McNelley at 334-241-2610 for the complete bid package regarding the bids listed. See current Bids & RFPs.
Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer & Citizen Protection Act
Effective January 1, 2012, compliance with the Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act, § 31-13-1 et seq. of Code of Alabama 1975 (Act No. 2011-535) is applicable to all bids, requests for proposals, contracts, grants or incentives entered into or issued by municipalities. All bidders will be required to submit an Affidavit with their bids. In addition, although the City cannot provide you legal advice, under the law referenced above, you should know that you are required to obtain appropriate documentation/certifications as to compliance with said law from any subcontractors which perform any work for you related to services or products you provide the City of Montgomery. For more information please visit the Alabama Attorney General's website.