Purchasing Responsibilities

Purchasing serves and supports the overall interest of the City of Woodstock by acquiring goods and services while ensuring the most efficient and effective method of procurement in accordance with the City’s purchasing policy.

We are committed to providing reliable, cost effective, timely, and quality service with courtesy and professionalism.


To be placed on the City's Vendor/Contractor Registry, all potential vendors/contractors must register with Vendor Registry.  To see a brief overview of this process change, please view the City's presentation.

Security and Immigration Compliance

The Security and Immigration Compliance Act is a Federal mandate in which the City must ensure immigration compliance of all contractors.  View a brief overview of the Security and Immigration Compliance Act.

An E-Verify Affidavit is a required to be completed by all Contractors who provide physical performances of services including professional services. An affidavit shall be provided for each contract (i.e., invoice, purchase order, formal contract, etc.) the Contractor enters into with the City.

For detailed information or to register your company with E-Verify , please visit the USCIS website.


To view a list of current bids for the City of Woodstock: 
  • For rfps/bids released prior to 01 MAR 2019, visit RFPs and bids section of our website.
  • Effective 01 MAR 2019, all new rfps/bids will be posted to and manage via Vendor Registry.  Please visit Vendor Registry to search new rfp/bid opportunities.


The City of Woodstock disposes of surplus items in a variety of manners including but not limited to local public auctions and online public auctions.