Bids

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

PARKS AND RECREATION

The City of Vandalia is seeking proposals for replacement of ballfield fencing at the Vandalia Sports Complex. It is important that the proposals are complete and succinct, as a contract will be awarded based on the adjudged value of the proposal.

City of Vandalia Parks and recreation is requesting sealed proposals from qualified firms or individuals for the purchase and installation of ballfield fencing at the Vandalia Sports Complex to include all necessary equipment and supplies. Interested respondents will need to participate on a guided tour of the Baseball Sports Complex by arranging a date and time for a tour with Rudy Wells.

Proposals are to be addresses and delivered to Rudy Wells, facilities Superintendent, in accordance with Instructions to Proposers and all other requirements as referenced in the PROPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS. Proposals will be received until 5:00 p.m. on November 10, 2017. No public disclosure will be made until after award of contract.

The City will use the following tentative schedule for the selection process;

  •     Mail requests for proposals – October 22 – November 3
  •     Onsite Survey of Sports Complex – October 30 – November 6
  •     Proposal Submittal Deadline – November 10 at 5:00 p.m. 
  •     Awarding of Contract – TBD

IMPORTANT –CLICK HERE for a detailed list of proposal instructions and more information on the scope of the project. 

 


2017 SLIPLINING OF SANITARY SEWERS

Project Description:  Project includes installing approximately 3,809 LF of 8” Cured-In-Place Pipe.

Completion Date:  April 30, 2018

Engineer’s Estimate:  $122,000.00

Contact:  Rob Cron, Public Service Director

Phone Number:  937-415-2323

For Bid Results, CLICK HERE

 


KENBROOK DRIVE WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT

Project Description: Project includes the installation of approximately 2200 LF of watermain and resurfacing the street.

Open Bids: July 11, 2017 – 11:00 am

Location: City of Vandalia, 333 Bohanan Dr. Vandalia, OH 45377

Completion Date: June 1, 2018

Engineer’s Estimate: $400,000.00

Contact: Rob Cron, Public Service Director

Phone Number: 937-415-2323

For Bid Results, CLICK HERE

 


City of Vandalia

Montgomery County, Ohio

Request for Proposals

 Vandalia Parks and Recreation Department Seeking Proposals for Renovations to Cassel Hills Swimming Pool Feature Pool

The City of Vandalia is seeking proposals for renovations to the Feature Pool at Cassel Hills Swimming Pool located at 1061 Taylorsview Drive, Vandalia, OH 45377.  There are neither existing plans nor specifications for the Feature Pool renovation project.  Proposers are encouraged to look at the information available and develop a proposal they feel will best serve the entire facility, which includes the 10,000 gallon zero depth entry feature pool.  It is important that the proposals are complete and succinct, as a contract will be awarded based on the adjudged value of the proposal.   

The request for proposal is intended to encourage companies to clearly show that they are qualified to provide the necessary equipment, engineering, materials and manpower needed for renovations to the Feature Pool.  Request for Proposal packets are available on the City’s website – www.vandaliaohio.org.  Please direct questions to Mr. Steve Clark, Parks and Recreation Director, via Email, or by phone at 937-415-2336.  Interested respondents will need to participate in a guided tour of the Cassel Hills Swimming Pool Feature Pool by arranging a date and time for a tour with Director Clark.  The deadline for submitting a proposal will be Thursday, July 6 at 5:00 p.m.

All proposals shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope identified as “CASSEL HILLS SWIMMING POOL FEATURE POOL RENOVATION PROJECT” and MUST HAVE THE FULL NAME AND ADRESS of the proposer on the envelope. 

 The city reserves the right to waive informalities and reject any or all proposals.

For detailed instructions on submitting a proposal, please CLICK HERE.

For photographs of the feature pool, please CLICK HERE.

Jon Crusey

City Manager

 


RFQ: REWRITE OF PART TWELVE: PLANNING & ZONING CODE

Statements of Qualifications will be received by the City Planner of the City of Vandalia, Ohio, 333 James E. Bohanan Memorial Drive, until 11:00 a.m. on March 23, 2017 for the Rewrite of the Vandalia Zoning Code for the City of Vandalia, Ohio. 

The Request for Qualifications (RFQ) and instructions may be examined and obtained at the office of the Director of Public Service at 333 James E. Bohanan Memorial Drive, Vandalia, OH   45377. 

The City reserves the right to reject any and all proposals or waive any informality in any Proposal.  The selection criteria for the firm to be chosen are outlined in the RFQ.

To view the RFQ, CLICK HERE.

 


NOTICE TO BIDDER

     The City of Vandalia will receive sealed proposals for the purchase and installation of police equipment for new 2017 Ford utility patrol vehicles for the Division of Police.  The bids will be publicly opened and read aloud on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, at 11:30 a.m. in the Division of Police Community Room.

     Copies of the specifications are on file and may be obtained in the office of the Police Chief at 245 James E. Bohanan Memorial Drive, Vandalia, Ohio.  They may be picked up on Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

     The proposal shall be signed by the full name and business address of each person or company interested in same; shall be accompanied by a bid bond by a bonding company authorized to do business in the State of Ohio, or by a certified check on some solvent bank, in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the amount of the proposal, the bid bond or certified check being payable to the City of Vandalia.

     The proposals must be made on forms provided therefore in the specification packet, or a copy thereof, with a price quoted for all equipment.  Bidders must specify service center location and include warranty term.  Envelopes should be marked “Cruiser Equipment Bid.”

     The City of Vandalia reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals; to waive any informality in the bidding; and to enter into contract with the bidder who in its consideration offered the lowest and best proposal.

     The City of Vandalia has a desire to award contracts involving City concerns and funded by City money, to individuals and businesses that are located within the City of Vandalia.  Where a preliminary analysis of the bids identifies a bid from a Vandalia individual or business, city council may give a preference to the Vandalia bid and award the contract to the Vandalia bidder when:  (i) such bid is within 5% of the lowest bid price (for a low bid of $50,000 or less) or within 2% of the lowest bid price (for a low bid price over $50,000), and  (ii) but for the bid price, the Vandalia bid would otherwise be considered the lowest and best bid by the City in its normal evaluation procedures in deciding whether or not to award the contract.

 

All successful bidders must comply with Ohio House Bill 694 effective April 4, 2007.

Douglas L. Knight

Chief of Police

TO BE ADVERTISED:

March 2, 2017


NOTICE TO BIDDER

The City of Vandalia will receive sealed proposals for police uniforms, footwear, work gear, and duty equipment for the Division of Police.  The bids will be publicly opened and read aloud on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, at 1:30 p.m. in the Division of Police Conference Room.

Copies of the specifications are on file and may be obtained in the office of the Police Chief at 245 James E. Bohanan Memorial Drive, Vandalia, Ohio.  They may be picked up on Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The proposal shall be signed by the full name and business address of each person or company interested in same.

The proposals must be made on forms provided therefore in the specification packet, or a copy thereof, with a price quoted for all equipment.  Bidders must specify the uniform store location and include warranty term.  Envelopes should be marked “Police Uniform & Equipment Bids.”

The City of Vandalia reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals; to waive any informality in the bidding; and to enter into contract with the bidder who in its consideration offered the lowest and best proposal.

The City of Vandalia has a desire to award contracts involving City concerns and funded by City money, to individuals and businesses that are located within the City of Vandalia.  Where a preliminary analysis of the bids identifies a bid from a Vandalia individual or business, city council may give a preference to the Vandalia bid and award the contract to the Vandalia bidder when:  (i) such bid is within 5% of the lowest bid price (for a low bid of $50,000 or less) or within 2% of the lowest bid price (for a low bid price over $50,000), and  (ii) but for the bid price, the Vandalia bid would otherwise be considered the lowest and best bid by the City in its normal evaluation procedures in deciding whether or not to award the contract.

All successful bidders must comply with Ohio House Bill 694 effective April 4, 2007.

Douglas L. Knight, Chief of Police

TO BE ADVERTISED: Thursday, February 23, 2017