Have you ever considered doing business with the city of Glendale? It takes a wide variety of products and services to keep our city running. There are universal needs that any organization requires plus needs specific and unique to individual city departments.
The city provides general information and guidance for businesses in determining opportunities for doing business with the city. The following resources are available online:
A general guide describing the city¹s purchasing process and procedures.
An online registration that places your company on Glendale¹s "bidders list" for all formal bids and proposals issued. Once registered a business will be sent an e-mail announcing each opportunity.
Directory of Departments (pdf)
A description of the responsibilities and services provided by each city department and phone numbers so you can directly communicate with those who may have a need for your product or service.
A direct link to the purchasing office for corresponding with the buying staff.
The City Council approved modifications, which make doing business with Glendale as simple and straightforward as possible. The formal limit for bids and proposals was raised to $50,000. The small purchase level was raised to $5,000. Disposal of surplus property may now be done using Internet services.