The City of Duncan (the “City”) invites expressions of interest for the management of the Community Cob Oven located in Centennial Park, 325 First Street, Duncan, BC. This process will identify community groups interested in the management of this community asset. Depending on the application, the identified objectives and the
The City maintains a competitive bidding process in accordance with municipal and provincial laws. We are conscious of our responsibility in the expenditure of public funds, including the acquisition of goods and services. Suppliers/vendors are encouraged to participate in bidding for the City’s various requirements.
Purchases are made from local, provincial, and national sources of supply, depending upon the nature and type of purchase. The City promotes local interests while using environmentally friendly products, wherever feasible.
Current Bid & Tender Opportunities
The City of Duncan invites Contractors to provide a quotation for a replacement project for the Eagle Heights Water Reservoir in 2021. The new reservoir will be larger volume and may be partial buried/at-grade or above-grade; the replacement reservoir design is not yet determined. This work is intended to be
The City of Duncan invites Contractors to provide a quotation for Janitorial and Gatekeeping Services at City facilities including:City Hall Public Works Yard Office Public Washrooms McAdam Park Centennial ParkThe minimum duties and service schedules are set out in the attached schedules. A person that submits a quotation
The City of Duncan is seeking professional services of a consulting firm for the completion of the Official Community Plan Review and Update and is requesting proposals. The purpose of this project is to undertake a comprehensive review of the City’s Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 2030, 2007 (OCP). Amendments
The City of Duncan is seeking the services of a consulting firm to prepare a Transportation and Mobility Strategy (TMS) for the City. The TMS will reflect the City’s desire to encourage sustainable and efficient transportation modes across the City and at connections to the neighbouring areas. The TMS will