May I send a bid package by facsimile or paper bids?

Bids cannot be received via facsimile.

Williamson County highly recommends submitting all bids via the Bonfire electronic Bidding platform.

As of July 30, 2021, all bids will be submitted, received and awarded via Bonfire. Please register at Bonfire so you may receive notifications for any solicitations that pertain to your business.

To facilitate your participation in the bidding process, the county will accept submittals as follows:

  • Hand-delivered paper bids.
  • Mail or courier-delivered paper bids.
  • Hand-delivered, mail and courier-delivered paper bids must be received and time stamped in the Williamson County Purchasing department at 100 Wilco Way, Suite P101, Georgetown, Texas 78626, by the bid closing time. Bids received even one minute late cannot legally be considered and will be refused or returned unopened to the supplier.
  • In the case of a time dispute, the official time stamp of the Williamson County Purchasing Department is final.

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1. Can I review the award results of bids, projects and proposals that I did not bid?
2. Does the County give bid results over the telephone?
3. Does the County release the estimated cost of projects being bid?
4. Does the Purchasing Department buy for all County Offices?
5. How can I schedule a meeting with someone in the Purchasing Office?
6. How do I bid on Williamson County bids, projects and proposals?
7. How do I get bid results of bids, projects and proposals that I bid?
8. How do I get Information regarding previous contracts?
9. May I send a bid package by facsimile or paper bids?
10. Must a company be a resident of Texas to bid?
11. What amount must a project be before it is bid?
12. What are the bonding requirements?
13. What are your office hours?
14. When will I be paid?
15. Where is your office located?
16. Who originates the requirement for a Bid, Request for Qualifications or Request for Proposal?