City Bids Open Week of April 8

This week at the City of Palm Coast, there are 10 bids open and 8 quotes requested.

Through bids and quotes, the City purchases a wide variety of supplies, materials, equipment and services using competitive requests.

For bids: The City uses an online bidding system, called Bonfire, to publish and receive formal bids and proposals. As a business, registering as a vendor on Bonfire will enable you to receive email notifications when a contract within your commodity comes open for bid. To register as a vendor or see the latest bids, visit

This week at the City, the following bids are open:

Status Ref. # Project
Open RFSQ-CD-19-55 / ITB-CD-19-55   Belle Terre Culvert Replacement
Open RFS-IT-19-50 A P3 (Public-Private-Partnership) for use of a City-Owned Fiber-Optic Network 
Open RFSQ-CD-19-57 / ITB-CD-19-57 Section F Ditch Replacement 
Open ITB-CD-19-03 Equip Well SW-43R and Raw Water Main
Evaluating RFSQ-CD-19-53 / ITB-CD-19-53 Indian Trails Sports Complex Improvements
Evaluating RFQ-HR-19-52 Temporary Labor Services
Completed LOI-CD-19-38 Request for Letter of Interest (LOI) for Central Park Master Plan Update and Design Services
Completed RFSQ-CD-19-43 / ITB-CD-19-43 Water Treatment Plant No. 1 (WTP1) Electrical Upgrades
Completed RFSQ-CD-19-40 / ITB-CD-19-40 New Traffic Signal and Turn Lane at Belle Terre and Market Ave/Eastwood Dr.
Completed RFSQ-CD-19-47 / ITB-CD-19-47  Belle Terre Bridge Rehabilitation 
Completed RFQ-UT-19-49 Utility Department Window Replacement
Completed ITB-CD-19-54 Stormwater Utility Site Maintenance  


For quotes: The City uses the GovQuote web tool to secure quotes for goods and services. This site is not used for bids, only for the collection of quotes for goods and services. Please register to ensure you receive notification for all requests for quotes at Registration and use of GovQuote is a free service to secure quotes that do not require a Formal Quote or Bid Process.

Local business preference: As a local business, competitive offers are awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible offer. Vendors located within the City of Palm Coast limits can be awarded a solicitation if their cost if within a 3%-5% (depending on amount) and up to total of $20,000. If no vendors with a local business address respond to a City solicitation, preference is then given to vendors/contractors within Flagler County.

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