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Welcome vendors! The City of Coral Springs is constantly seeking new sources of supply as well as expansion of business into new areas with our current vendors. All purchases over $1,000 in cost are made through the Financial Services Dept./Purchasing Division, 9551 W. Sample Road, coral springs, Florida 33065 including construction and capital improvement procurements.

VENDORS, PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT A PURCHASE ORDER OR CONTRACT ISSUED BY THE PURCHASING DIVISION IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO THE PROVISION OF GOODS AND/ OR SERVICES OVER $1,000.  IF YOU PROVIDE GOODS AND/OR SERVICES OVER $1,000 IN VALUE FOR THE CITY WITHOUT A PURCHASE ORDER OR CONTRACT, YOU DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK AND HAVE NO ASSURANCE OF PAYMENT. 

The principal objective of the Purchasing Division is to produce the right quality, in the right quantity, at the right time, and for the right price in a manner that is fair and equitable to all vendors.  All purchases are made through a competitive system of formal and informal bidding, which directs purchases to the most responsible and responsive bidder who meets the specifications, terms and conditions. If you require additional information, please call (954) 344-1100 or access the City of Coral Springs website at http://www.coralsprings.org

Though not required, appointments to see the Purchasing Agents are preferred and will help you to complete your business with maximum efficiency.   We suggest that initial visits be somewhat general, giving us an introduction to you and your product lines.   Subsequent visits are ideal opportunities to explain in detail a single item or service that you provide.   Line cards, catalogs and price lists are always helpful.

This guide is not intended, and should not be relied upon, to be a complete statement of all legal requirements applicable to City contracts. Both the City and bidders must at all times be guided by the applicable requirements of law notwithstanding anything contained in this guide.

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Publication 06/14
Updated 11/21/2014