City of Maple Ridge has transitioned to the bids&tenders platform for sourcing goods and services, enabling vendors to review, register, download, and submit bids online.
- Bid opportunities, addenda and award information posted before February 7, 2022 is available for download from BC Bid.
- Bid opportunities, addenda and award information posted on or after February 7, 2022 is available on the City’s new bids&tenders eProcurement portal.
In order to submit a bid, Bidders are required to create a Bidding System Vendor Account.
When creating your Vendor Account, you must use your Company's Authorized Legal Name. Bidders are solely responsible for ensuring their Vendor account information is kept current. For step by step instructions on how to create a FREE account please refer to the Vendor Guide.
In creating a Bidding System Vendor account, Bidders are able to select commodity codes for goods and services and the Bidding System will notify the Vendor by email of bid opportunities matching their commodity code selection.
As of February 7, 2022 the City of Maple Ridge will accept a digital Bid Bond, and Consent of Surety in an electronically verifiable/enforceable (e-Bond). For more information on digital bonds, please visit the Surety Association of Canada's website here: https://suretycanada.com/SAC/
Supplier Information Sessions:
If you require assistance navigating the bids&tenders system, please register for a supplier information session. These sessions run every Wednesday at 8 AM PST/ 11 AM EST.
Sign up here: Supplier Information Session - bids&tenders (bidsandtenders.com)
If you have questions about a specific bid opportunity please direct your inquiry to the contact person listed in the bid document.
If you encounter technical issues, please contact email@example.com or at 1-800-594-4798.
Procuring Goods & Services
The City of Maple Ridge procures numerous types of goods and services. Examples of purchased goods and services include, but are not limited to: vehicles, heavy-duty equipment, parts, pipe, road installation, water and sewer services, computer equipment, office products and machines, office furniture, consulting services, building and grounds maintenance services, communications, safety supplies, fire fighting apparatus and equipment, first aid supplies, drafting supplies, printing services, signage and janitorial services and supplies.
These goods and services are purchased under the guidance of the City's Procurement Policy.