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The Hagerstown Housing Authority is involved in many community housing and redevelopment projects funded primarily through grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) .
What We Procure
Office Supplies and equipment
Construction and repair service
building and maintenance materials
Our Request For Proposals and Quotes
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The Housing Authority of the City of Hagerstown is soliciting bids to include rehabbing kitchen countertops, cabinetry and all electrical, plumbing, HVAC, painting and patching for kitchens at scattered sites locations. Refer to specifications and drawings or complete scope of work and details. Please see addenda by clicking here: https://www.hagerstownha.com/addenda1
The Hagerstown Housing Authority is seeking proposals from established vendors who have been in business of conducting organizational assessments and staffing plans for a minimum of five years. Proposals should be submitted to the Housing Authority by end of business on April 1, 2022.
The Hagerstown Housing Authority is requesting quotes for work varied in nature, located in various HHA communities, Gateway Crossing, and CW Brooks. The scope of work includes concrete, concrete grinding, fencing, painting, and electrical. Quotes are due no later than 2:00PM current time, Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at the Maintenance Office, east/lower level of Potomac Towers South, 35 West Baltimore Street, Hagerstown, MD.
terms and conditions
Our Procurement Policy
Do you meet Section 3 guidelines?
If so, please let us know.
Contractors and Vendors must make a good faith effort to utilize Section 3 residents as trainees and employees and make a good faith effort to award contracts to Section 3 business concerns.
It is the policy of the Hagerstown Housing Authority that maximum practicable opportunity be provided to Minority & Female Business Enterprises to participate in the contracting and purchase activities initiated by the Housing Authority.
This participation may be in the form of general contracting, subcontracting, supply of materials, equipment, or as minority tenant employees of the contractor/subcontractor.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) was established by Executive Order 11246 on Sept 24, 1965. This executive Order ensures equal employment opportunities for minorities.
Under Equal Employment Opportunity provisions, employers (Vendors/Contractors) agree to take affirmative actions to ensure and maintain a working environment free of harassment and intimidation. Also, that employees are not discriminated against because of race, sex, color, national origin or religion.