Purchasing

City Solicitations 

The City of Treasure Island utilizes the services of DemandStar to publish our larger solicitations. All solicitations open for bid as well as recent procurements can be found on the City's custom webpage on DemandStar (external link). This portal allows the City to market bids directly to vendors interested in a particular type of project and has resulted in countless more responses to City solicitations. Additionally, the City of Treasure Island is committed to ensuring that all solicitation documents are available and accessible to the public at-large. However, should you experience any difficulty in accessing any of these solicitation documents, please contact the City's Purchasing Coordinator at mmunger@mytreasureisland.org, call 727-547-4575 x241, or come by City Hall during regular business hours.


PLEASE NOTE:
Sealed Bids may be delivered or mailed to City of Treasure Island City Hall, 120 108th Ave., Treasure Island, FL 33706 to the attention of the Purchasing Coordinator – Michael Munger, or submitted online via DemandStar. All delivered/mailed bids must typically include: one (1) version with original signature and one (1) additional digital (PDF) version of the original, and must be received at the due date and time. Bidders submitting via DemandStar do not need to submit original hard copies, but must submit all requirements online before the respective closing date.  


Are you interested in bidding on Treasure Island or other local government business?
The USF Muma College of Business hosts a Small Business Development Center (SBDC) sponsored by the federal Small Business Administration. In addition to being a resource to get your enterprise off the ground or to help your business reach the next level, the SBDC has resources available to help small businesses bid on government projects. If you are interested, USF has two SBDC locations in Pinellas County conveniently located to serve your small business.

Purchasing Guidelines and Regulations

In addition to following all federal, state, and county ordinances that pertain to public procurement, the City of Treasure Island has its own procedures unique to our needs and circumstances.  Article VI of the City’s Code of Ordinances sets the general guidelines for procurement activities while the Administrative Policy #26 sets rules within those guidelines to assist City staff in their day-to-day operations. Periodically, the Commission may make amendments to its Code of Ordinances and staff may modify the Administrative Policy under the guidance of the City Manager.

If you have any questions about the City’s processes or any other general Purchasing inquiry, do not hesitate to reach out to City staff via the contact information below:
Email: mmunger@mytreasureisland.org
Phone: 727-547-4575 x241