Purchasing and Facilities

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This division’s primary responsibilities include centralized purchasing services through the use of requisitions, requests for proposals, and invitations to bid for all City operations; and ensuring full, open, and fair competition while maximizing the value received in the procurement process and conforming to the Purchasing Ordinance and accepted purchasing practices. Also included in this division’s responsibilities are the City-wide maintenance, repair, modification, modernization and revitalization of City-controlled facilities and buildings.

The division provides management of in-house and contract services to meet emergency, routine and long-term facility maintenance and operations. In addition to the day-to-day maintenance operations, the division oversees a preventive maintenance program; procurement and installation of office furnishings; custodial, pest control and locksmith services; and fire and security systems. This division is also responsible for providing City-wide mail services.

 

City Bids and RFPs Posted Online

All City bids and RFPs are posted on the BidsOnline system. All responses are due at or before the time shown on each solicitation. Late responses cannot be accepted. It is the bidder's/proposer's responsibility to ensure that the most complete and current version of the solicitation, including addenda, has been downloaded.

To begin the process, please visit our Online Bidding System where you can register as a bidder, search for bid requests, download documents, bid electronically (where applicable), and much more!

If you are new to BidsOnline please click here to view online help. Tech support is also available in the portal by
clicking on the Red Question mark.

Please note: Contractors/Vendors are solely responsible for maintaining up to date and accurate information. Vendors may edit their profile at anytime.

Public Works Labor Compliance Requirements

Contractor/Vendor must comply with applicable labor compliance requirements including but not limited to prevailing wage requirements, SB 854, SB 96, Labor Code sections 1771.1(a) & 1725.5, Public Works Contractor Registration Program, Electronic Certified Payroll Records to Labor Commissioner, and other requirements described on the direct links provided below as applicable.

  • For prevailing wage requirements, please refer to the applicable statutes and regulations regarding the payment of prevailing wages and General Prevailing Wage Determination(s) including the footnotes. Such information is available on the website for the Department of Industrial Relations. Frequently asked questions can be found here.
  • For DIR (Department of Industrial Relations in the State of California) requirements, please refer to http://www.dir.ca.gov for general requirements by DIR.
  • For Public Work Projects and additional information about public works requirements including contractor registration, please visit the Public Works section.

DIR Work

Effective March 1, 2015

No contractor or subcontractor may be listed on a bid proposal for a public works project unless registered with DIR.

Effective April 1, 2015

No contractor or subcontractor may work on a public works project unless registered with DIR. No contractor or subcontractor may be awarded a contract for public work on a public works project (awarded on or after April 1, 2015) unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5.


Environmental Purchasing

Moreno Valley Makes Sustainable Choices

The City of Moreno Valley is committed to the safety, environment, sustainability, and quality of life of the community. The City of Moreno Valley has established and supported a number of programs to help residents and business owners to lessen their carbon footprint, as well as to shrink the city footprint. In the Environmental Purchasing Policy document below, you can view the guidelines pursuant to the City of Moreno Valley Administrative Policy # 3.34. Additionally, please see the Environmental Performance Report for 2016 and 2017.

How to Do Business with the City of Moreno Valley

Vendor Registration and Bid Opportunities

To become a vendor for the City or view bid opportunities please visit the Online Vendor Registration and Bidding Portal.

Vendor Guide

The purpose of this guide is to help potential vendors understand City of Moreno Valley's purchasing practices and to answer general questions about doing business with the City. For the brochure, download the guide:

The City's goal is to provide assistance to vendors in understanding our bidding and procurement requirements in order to conduct business in accordance to all applicable laws. The City purchases a wide variety of materials, equipment, and services using a centralized purchasing process managed by the Purchasing Division. However, some of the purchasing and bidding process may be decentralized and handled by the Department(s) as applicable. The City's purchasing policies comply with all City, State, and Federal regulations.

Contact Information

City of Moreno Valley Purchasing Division
Phone: 951.413.3190
Email: purchasingdivision@moval.org

Purchasing Staff

Angelic Davis, Purchasing & Facilities Division Manager
Jeremy Leslie, Assistant Buyer
Rolanda Pickett, Assistant Buyer
Tyler Smith, Purchasing Intern

City of Moreno Valley Surplus Items

Bid on City of Moreno Valley's surplus items auctioned on Ken Porter Auctions and Public Surplus (Enter 'City of Moreno Valley' in the Search box.).

 

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14177 Frederick Street
PO Box 88005
Moreno Valley, CA 92552
Phone: 951.413.3000
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