The City does not maintain a central, formal vendor registry so in order to do business with the City of St. Albert it’s important that you make yourself known to the department(s) most likely to require your goods/services. While we do try to keep current with the vendor community, it is in your best interest to keep us informed of the nature of your business and how your goods/services may be of value to us.
There are three ways to achieve this:
- Contact the Purchasing Branch - If you’re in doubt as to who to contact at the City it’s always best to start with Purchasing. We can advise you if your firm’s products/services are normally required by the City and, if so, who best to contact.
- Contact the User Department Directly - If you’re familiar with the operations of the City then you are welcome to contact the Manager/Superintendent of the user department directly. The contact list on the back page of the ‘Selling to the City of St. Albert’ brochure. We recommend you call first to make an appointment.
Check the Media – all significant purchases are posted on the City’s website stalbert.ca, major capital purchases are typically posted to the Alberta Purchasing Connection (APC) website purchasingconnection.ca and construction requirements are typically advertised on both APC and with the Edmonton Construction Association eca.printnet.ca/printnet3/.
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- Tender Opportunities
- Getting Started
- Purchasing Processes
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