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COVID-19 Updates and Information.
Hearing dates for proposed 2023 City Budget.
Early Morning Armed Robbery – 3400 block of Potomac.
Active school zones reminder.
Our next Leadership UP class is forming now.
August 2022 UPdate.
Friday, August 19 at 5:30 p.m. - Splash Bash at the Holmes Aquatic Center.
Thursday, September 8 at 6 p.m. - eBooks & More: Digital Collections Class @ UPPL.
Tuesday, September 6, 2022 - City Council Meeting
Thank you for your interest in working with the City of University Park. The Purchasing Department strives to ensure that responsible vendors have fair and competitive access to the City’s business while complying with state and local purchasing statutes. Most importantly, we work to obtain the best value for goods and services with our residents’ tax dollars.
The Purchasing Department partners with all City departments to procure the supplies, materials, and equipment needed to deliver excellent service for the City’s residents. Purchasing is also responsible for procuring construction services and professional services according to the guidelines set forth in the Texas Local Government Code.
Please take a moment to review the “How to Do Business with the City of University Park” link. You’ll find a lot of good information there, including how to join our Vendor List and how to participate in our competitive bidding process. You can also contact Purchasing with additional questions:
PURCHASING CONTACT INFORMATION
Elizabeth Anderson, CPSM
City of University Park
4420 Worcola Street
Dallas, TX 75206
Thank you again for your interest!
Elizabeth T. Anderson, CPSM
The City uses Periscope S2G (formerly BidSync) to post all formal bids and some informal requests for quotes. Join our vendor list for free by registering here.
The Purchasing Department’s full policies and procedures are available here. These policies are adapted from Administrative Order PRS-10, “Ethics Policy” which was approved by the City Manager in 2013. Please refer to page 18 for our Purchasing Ethics policy.”