Current Bids and Requests for Proposals

Welcome to the Gordon County Bid & RFP page. Below is a listing of current bids and proposals that are being accepted. If you would like additional information, you may e-mail Regan Bramblett

When submitting a Bid or RFP, please reference the Bid/RFP number with all Bid/RFP submittals. Be sure to clearly label the Bid/RFP number on the outside of all sealed Bids/RFP’s that are submitted.

Bids/RFPs may be revised from time to time, please check back on this page to check for revisions. This listing of Bids & RFP’s represents potential purchases by Gordon County. Often, the aquisition of quotes for many items (not listed here) is performed at the user department level. These quotes are then later evaluated by the Purchasing Division.

Gordon County also distributes bid information through “Find RFP“. Find RFP works to bring together government agencies to provide a more efficient and convenient bidding process.

All bids are in pdf format, which is viewable with Adobe Reader.

To see results of a Bid/RFP go to Bid and RFP Results Page

Public Works Paving Materials

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The Gordon County Board of Commissioners is accepting sealed written bids from qualified suppliers to provide Public Works Related Materials and Services. To include – Asphalt Paving Materials, Metal Culverts, Pavement Marking Services, Right of Way Chemicals, Various Signs and materials, Stone, and Teeth and Blades. All bids shall be submitted to Gordon County Administration Building, at 201 N. Wall Street, Calhoun, Georgia 30701 no later than 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, 04/07/2021. The Gordon County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to...

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Emergency Responder Radio System as a Service

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The Gordon County Board of Commissioners will be accepting sealed written proposals from qualified vendors to provide a radio system for emergency responders, E-911 dispatch, and local government officials that is provided as a “managed service” by the vendor. Gordon County defines an emergency responder radio system as a “managed service” as system where the vendor will install and maintain the communications infrastructure (including towers and antennas) and maintain the system for continuous operation. The managed system must consist of...

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