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Thank you for your registration with the City of Concord through Public Purchase!

Whether you are a current vendor or not, in order to view bids, participate in the bidding process, and/or receive email notifications to bid, you must be registered with us.

City of Concord Informal Bidding Contractors List:
PLEASE FOLLOW SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS in the registration process to be included in the City's Informal Bidding Contractors List
In accordance with the State of California Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Act (CUPCCAA) & pursuant to California Public Code 22032, any Public Works Project estimated to be below $175,000 (all trade categories) is subject to the Informal Bidding Procedures.

You must select the appropriate categories and follow specific instructions regarding this process in order to receive bid opportunity notices for the above.

Bid Documents/Information:

You may view current and all bid opportunities at any time here or by going to the City’s Purchasing website at  (using the login information provided from the registration process).

Hard copies may also be requested at the Purchasing Division, Finance Department, Civic Center, 1950 Parkside Drive, Concord, California, 94519 by emailing for an appointment or by contacting the person specified in the bid document. 

Finance Office’s main phone number is 925-671-3178, office hours are 9:00 to 12:00 p.m. & 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding City holidays. 


We do not have a vendor's list or similar, therefore your company must be registered in order to receive emails for bid opportunities should we have a project available for the categories you select in your online registration.   Please note that not all projects are posted on the Purchasing website depending on the project amount, bid process (informal/formal) etc.   You may go to the City’s Purchasing website for more information (under the Business Tab/Bids and Proposals Section/Purchasing) or directly at  

Also, the City of Concord does not use any bidding service nor is responsible for notifying potential bidders of upcoming bids even if you have completed the online vendor registration. Depending on the project amount or circumstance, not all bids are processed through the Purchasing Division.   It is the potential bidder’s responsibility to be informed of any upcoming bids, addendum, revisions, or updates by going to City’s Purchasing website noted above or as instructed on the bid document.

If you need any assistance with this process, please contact Public Purchase at or 801-932-7000.