NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Proposals will be received by the city of Carrollton, Carrollton, Texas, at the office of Patty Helms, Purchasing
Manager, City Hall Building, 1945 E. Jackson Road, Carrollton, Texas 75006-1790 or via email (see page #6),
provided a digital signature is included until the hour 11:30 AM on the 20TH day of August; at which time
proposals duly delivered and submitted will be considered for supplying the following:
Any proposal received after stated closing time will be returned unopened. If proposals are sent by mail to
the Purchasing Manager, the proposer shall be responsible for actual delivery of the proposal to the
Purchasing Manager before the advertised date and hour for opening of proposal. If mail is delayed by the
postal service, courier service, and an internet service provider or in the internal mail system of the City of
Carrollton beyond the date and hour set for the proposal opening, proposals thus delayed will not be
considered and will be returned unopened.
Office hours of City Hall are: Mon-Thursday, 7:30AM-5:30 PM and Friday, 7:30 AM-11:30AM.
Information concerning the specifications may be obtained by calling Charlie Scaife, Fleet and Facilities
Service Manager 972-466-4872, or via email Charlie.Scaife@cityofcarrollton.com. Information concerning
the bid process may be obtained by calling and or emailing the Purchasing Department at 972-466-3133,
Until the final award by the city of Carrollton, said City reserves the right to reject any and/or all proposals, to waive
technicalities, to re-advertise, to proceed otherwise when the best interests of said City will be realized hereby.
Proposals will be submitted sealed and plainly marked with the date and time of opening.
The city of Carrollton Municipal Building is wheelchair accessible. To request a reasonable accommodation needed
for proposal openings for a disability, please contact the Purchasing Office 72 hours in advance at (972) 466-3133.
City of Carrollton, Texas
Patty Helms, Purchasing Manager
Publication Dates: Sunday, August 4, 2019 & Sunday, August 11, 2019
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 @ 11:30 AM
It is the responsibility of the vendor to check for addenda. Addenda will be posted to the City’s website:
1.2 ANNUAL CONTRACT FUNDING
The City operates on a fiscal year that ends on September 30th. Because state law mandates that a municipality
may not commit funds beyond a fiscal year, this proposal is subject to cancellation if funds for this commodity
are not approved in the next fiscal year.
1.3 ASSIGNMENT OF PROPOSAL
The successful proposer may not assign their rights and duties under an award without the written consent of
the City’s Purchasing Manager. Such consent shall not relieve the assignor of liability in event of default by
1.4 PROPOSAL CONSIDERATION / TABULATION
After proposals are opened and publicly read, the proposals will be tabulated for comparison on the basis of
the Proposal prices and quantities (lowest responsible vendor) or by the best value method shown in the
proposal. Until final award of the Contract, the city reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, to waive
technicalities, and to re-advertise for new proposals, or proposed to do the work otherwise in the best interests
of the City.
The following items will be considered when an award is based on best value:
The hourly service rate; ;
The reputation of the bidder and of the bidder’s goods or services;
The extent to which the goods or services meet the municipality’s needs;
The bidder’s past relationship with the municipality;
The total long-term cost to the municipality to acquire the bidder’s goods or services;