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Tenders, Quotations and Proposals

Sechelt encourages all qualified persons and / or businesses to submit a bid for any advertised opportunity. 

Current tender, quotation and proposal opportunities are listed below and many are also advertised on the BC Bid website.

Tenders and Proposals

RFP 2017-13 Parks Master Plan



The purpose of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan is to develop a clear and concise plan that will provide direction to District staff and Council for the District’s parks, trails, beaches, rivers, recreation facilities, and non-commercial activities.

The guidance it provides will:

•      Identify the guiding direction for the protection, enhancement, strategic

development, and operational delivery of existing park amenities, trails, water/beach access and related services;

•      Identify current and future needs;

•      Provide strategic direction of economic value to the community, and;

•      Establish priorities for the District’s park, trail and recreation facilities over the next 10 years

RFP 2017-16 Janitorial Services



ADDENDUM #1 ISSUED July 19, 2017

Sechelt is requesting bids for the provision of janitorial services at the RCMP/Justice Services Building. The contract is for a 2 (two) year and 4 (four) month term commencing September 1, 2017 and ending December 31, 2019.

Please note that a RCMP Reliability Security Clearance (RRS) will be required for any individuals working at the RCMP/Justice Services Building:

The Contractor and all workers hired by the Contractor that are to have access to the RCMP Detachment will be required to obtain and maintain RCMP Reliability Clearance. The Contractor and all said workers will be required to arrange for the completion of the application forms and all necessary administrative processes in relation to acquiring RCMP Reliability Clearance

2017-15 Financial Audit Services



The District of Sechelt invites qualified accounting firms to submit proposals to perform annual financial audits for the District. Audits must be planned and executed in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards and the provisions of the Local Government Act and Community Charter. Audits will result in an opinion to the District’s Council as to the fairness of the annual consolidated financial statements and related schedules. The Auditor should have experience and expertise in performing municipal audits, be free of any obligations or interests that may conflict or affect their ability to perform and act as the Auditor of the District, and have the capacity to provide this service in a timely manner.