Bids and Tenders

The Town of Caledon posts all public bidding opportunities through bids&tenders. 

View current bid opportunities


We make all reasonable efforts to inform registered suppliers of relevant bid opportunities and related documents but shall not be liable for any failure to do so. It is your sole responsibility to keep informed on bid opportunities, document downloads, site meetings, addendums, updates and timely bid submissions. You are fully responsible for keeping your information up to date. We intend to make all reasonable efforts to inform registered suppliers of relevant bid opportunities and related documents, but shall not be liable for any failure to do so.

Technical support

If you are having technical issues using the bidding platform, contact bids&tenders support.

Accessibility Requirements

Town Contractors and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)

Effective January 1, 2014, the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation requires contractors who provide goods, services or facilities on behalf of the Town to ensure that all individuals performing this work receive training on the Customer Service Standard, the Integrated Accessibility Standards and on the Human Rights Code as they pertain to persons with disabilities.

 Training Requirement
Under this provincial legislation, contractors must ensure that each individual performing work on behalf on the Town have completed each component of Accessibility Training as outlined below.

The Province of Ontario has developed the following Accessibility Training Modules to satisfy the requirements of the legislation:

  1. Customer Service Training Module
  2. Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation Training  

Once the Training has been completed, you are required to complete the Accessibility Compliance Form. Completed forms are to be emailed, mailed or dropped off to:

Town Hall
Administration Department
6311 Old Church Road
Caledon, ON L7C 1J6

 Training Records
Contractors must keep records of all training, including dates when training is provided, the number of employees who received training and individual training records. Contractors are required to ensure that this information will be made available if requested by the Town or the Province.

To find out Information on the requirements for compliance of businesses under the legislation, please

  1. Call: 1-800-268-7095
  2. Visit "How to train your staff on accessibility" (Ontario)
  3. Fax: 416-325-3407

Supplier guide

Our supplier guide has tips and guidelines on how to bid.

Contact us to request this document.

Sales calls

We do not accept unsolicited offers or sales calls. You may drop off or email sales brochures under five pages long to Town departments.

Disposal of Town assets

Surplus goods are disposed of through:

  • Online auction
  • Trade-ins
  • Bid solicitations

View the online auction for available goods.

Policies and procedures

We have a number of policies and procedures that govern our bidding process.

Contact us for any of these documents.

  • Bidder debriefing protocol
  • Procurement protest protocol
  • Vendor code of conduct
  • Environmental procurement protocol
  • Vendor performance evaluation protocol
  • Supplier and vendor suspension protocol
  • Non-competitive procurement protocol
  • Accessible Customer Service Policy
  • Accessible Customer Service Practices and Procedures
  • Contractor Health and Safety Program
  • Occupational Health, Safety and Workplace Violence Policy
  • Purchasing By-law