This brochure is a guide to how the small business community can work with the City by providing quality products, services, equipment and labour to help us keep Edmonton clean, green, safe and growing!
Selling to the City
Any individual or company can do business with the City of Edmonton, as long as they can provide the needed products and services in the right place, at the right time, and at the right price.
Please read the Contractor Environmental Responsibilities.
Bid Submission Drop-offs
Always read tender documents carefully. Check delivery address before dropping off bid submissions as our locations may change.
The City’s Sustainable Purchasing Policy encourages staff to purchase quality products, services and construction at reasonable prices while considering key environmental and social benefits of the product or service.
Professionalism and Fairness in Purchasing
The Corporate Procurement & Supply Services branch proudly follows the ethical codes of the Supply Chain Management Association, the National Institute of Government Purchasers, and the City of Edmonton itself.
The City is committed to ensuring fair treatment of bidders in its tendering processes and to providing feedback on bid evaluations.
Freedom of Information
All documents submitted to the City of Edmonton are subject to the protection and disclosure provisions of the provincial Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP).
We may not be able to do business with you if we are already committed to a contract with someone else, or if you are:
- In a conflict of interest
- Contracting with Parties who are in Litigation with the City
- Lacking required certifications, insurance, or bonding
IT Standards for RFPs and Tenders
The City of Edmonton provides Information Technology Standards to assist bidders to optimize integration and alignment with the City's environment.