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Due to stringent guidelines to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus Virus, closing dates for bids & proposals will be amended as needed. Bidders & offerors should continue to monitor the procurement web page for new amendments.

The City operates under a decentralized procurement system; individual Departments are responsible for purchasing those goods and services required to perform their functions. The Procurement Division acts as a liaison between Departments and is responsible for administering and enforcing purchasing policies and procedures; identifying and establishing procurement strategies, methods and processes; and providing assistance with solicitation development, negotiations and contract awards.

All formal solicitations and select informal solicitations (requests for quotes) will be published here and be advertised on the State of Maryland’s eMaryland Marketplace. Vendors interested in doing business with the City should register with eMaryland Marketplace. In addition, vendors may subscribe to the City’s eNewsletter to receive email notifications when new solicitations are published.

Great Seneca Stream Restoration

  • Department:City Manager's Office, Public Works
  • RFP Number:RFB-2018-022
  • Start Date:04/04/2018 8:00 AM
  • Close Date:05/09/2018 3:00 PM

The City is seeking sealed proposals for the construction of the Great Seneca Stream Restoration project, which is located upstream of Lake Varnuna, adjacent to Orchard Ridge Drive and Great Seneca Highway (MD-119), in Gaithersburg. This project is a combination of two parts, Lakelands Restoration and Orchard Ridge Restoration.

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