Doing Business With Rocky View County
Rocky View County provides opportunities for businesses to bid on projects through open competition processes. The County ensures that purchasing is conducted in a fair and transparent manner.
Rocky View County invites any interested vendor who can fulfill bid requirements to respond to advertised opportunities. Bid opportunities are advertised on the Alberta Purchasing Connection.
Procurements of goods, services and construction are subject to regional and national trade agreements such as the New West Partnership Trade Agreement (NWPTA), the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) and internal governance in accordance with Rocky View County’s purchasing policy.
How to Become a Vendor
Rocky View County does not maintain a central, formal vendor registry or source list.
It is the responsibility of vendors to keep informed about competitions we have open. All our public competitions are posted on the Alberta Purchasing Connection.
If you have a product or service to offer the County, please contact us at email@example.com.
Rocky View County requires vendors to adhere to employment and safety standards. The County may require a WCB Letter of Clearance, a Certificate of Recognition (COR), and a Certificate of Insurance naming Rocky View County as an "Additional Insured". When applicable, bid documents will identify additional requirements that may be required (bid security, contract security, industry certifications, etc.).