Procurement Services

The Division of Procurement Services is responsible for the procurement of goods, services and construction for the City. Procurement Services provides innovative, value-added procurement and property control solutions and services for the city that:

  • Anticipates needs of City Departments
  • Meet expectations
  • Fosters strong, continuing relationships with stakes holders
  • Develops excellent business strategies 
  • Save tax dollars
  • Positions the City of Roanoke as a leader in promoting equity in the Roanoke Valley

Language Assistance

If you do not speak, read, or write English well, the City will provide an interpreter at no cost to you!  This is available for all services and programs the City offers.  For language assistance, please call 540-853-2000 and press 2.

Asistencia Lingüística

Si usted no habla, lee, o escribe el inglés bien, ¡la Ciudad proporcionará un intérprete sin costo a usted!  La interpretación está disponible por todos servicios y programas que ofrece la Ciudad.   Para obtener asistencia lingüística, por favor llame a 540-853-2000 y oprime el 2.

Vendor Self Service

Public Access to new solicitations and Register to do business with the City of Roanoke online. 

Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
General Conditions

The Purchasing Division is responsible for overseeing purchasing activities for the City of Roanoke in accordance with the Virginia Public Procurement Act and the city's procurement policies and procedures. Responsibilities of the Purchasing Division include purchasing and contracting for all supplies, materials, equipment, and contractual services required by any city department, overseeing of the contracts, leases, and agreement database, administration of the purchasing card program, wireless communications, records management and surplus property.

We present the opportunity for interested vendors to provide products and/or services to all city departments. We advocate equal opportunity both in purchasing and employment, and seek participation from small, minority, women-owned, and service disabled veteran-owned businesses. This public body does not discriminate against faith-based organizations.