The Town recognizes the need to use outside sources for providing professional services, constructing capital projects, procuring supplies and equipment and providing services for day-to-day operations and maintenance. Contracts for such services, supplies and equipment in excess of fifty thousand dollars shall be awarded through a formal competitive bid process.
When competitive bids are required, an “invitation to bid” shall be published in a local newspaper of general circulation at least fifteen days but not more than forty-five days from the bid deadline. The invitation to bid shall include an adequate description of the services, supplies and/or equipment to be purchased. Bids shall be opened publicly at the time and place designated in the invitation for bids. The amount of each bid and such other relevant information as may be specified by Town policy, together with the name of each bidder, shall be entered on a record and open for public inspection.
The Town shall not be obligated to select the lowest bidder, but shall select based on the criteria established in this Chapter and in the invitation to bid.
The Town of Frisco has joined the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System, one of BidNet’s regional e-procurment solutions, providing vendors throughout Colorado easy online access to our upcoming RFP’s. Town of Frisco invites all vendors to register online at bidnetdirect.com and view all current RFP’s.
The Town of Frisco does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in the provision of services. For the disabled persons needing reasonable accommodations to attend or participate in a town service, program or activity, call 970-668-0836 x1310 as far in advance as possible. Disabled access is available at the Public Works building.