Development Services Dept
Code Enforcement Unit
P.O. Box 839966
San Antonio, Texas
Outside: (210) 207 6000
Phone: (210) 207 7881
FAX: (210) 207 0199
CITY: shall mean the City of
BIDDER: shall mean the person(s) or firm(s) who submits a bid.
CONTRACTOR: shall mean the person(s) or firm(s) awarded contracts by the City.
WEEDS: shall include all rank and uncultivated vegetation growth or matter which has grown to more than one foot (12 inches) in height, or which regardless of height is unsightly.
BRUSH: shall include all trees and shrubbery under seven (7) feet in height and less than three (3) inches in diameter, not cultivated and cared for by the person owning or controlling the premises.
RUBBISH: shall include all trash, refuse, tin cans, tires, old vessels of all sorts, useless articles, discarded clothing and textiles of all sorts, and in general, all litter and other things usually included in the meaning of the term.
The Contractor shall
obtain and pay for any permits, licenses,
etc. required in the clean up of
The Contractor will
provide a telephone number to be contacted
during normal working hours.
duplicate and with a copy of the completed
work order, itemizing each
Failure of a Contractor to complete a work order within the allotted time or failure to perform satisfactory work shall be sufficient cause to suspend the Contractor from the eligibility list.
If a Contractor deletes a work order (or work order item) or unsatisfactorily completes a work order (or work order item) three (3) times within a three (3) month period, the Contractor shall be permanently removed from the eligibility list.
The Contractor shall complete outstanding work orders before being issued another bid list.
The City shall be the sole judge of contractor performance and its decision shall be final.
CHARTER, SECTION 141: "INTEREST IN CITY
Section 141 of the City Charter entitled "Interest in City Contracts Prohibited" states "No Officer or employee of the City shall have a financial interest direct or indirect, in the sale to the City of any land, materials, supplies, or service, except on behalf of the City as an officer or employee. Any willful violation of this section, with knowledge, expressed or implied, of the person or corporation contracting with the Council shall render the contract involved voidable by the City Manager or the Council."
The Contractor shall provide and maintain the following type and amount of insurance for the duration of the contract:
1. Commercial General Liability — Coverage will be in the amount of $100,000 coverage for bodily injury and property damage (or its equivalent) per occurrence. Public Liability, to include, but not limited to:
b) Independent Contractors
c) Personal injury
d) Products/completed operations
e) Contract liability
2. Commercial Automobile Liability — Coverage will be $100,000 combined single limit, to include coverage for:
a) Owned/leased automobiles
b) Non-owned automobiles
ALL CERTIFICATES OF
INSURANCE MUST LIST THE
LASTLY, ALL CONTRACTS ARE TO HAVE AN INSURANCE AND INDEMNITY SECTION WITHIN THE BODY OF THE DOCUMENT.
In the event that a
Contractor does not have current insurance
with the City, the Contractor will be given
a time limit of two (2) days to comply with
the statue provision.
At the end of the time period, the
contract will be forwarded to the next
PROCEDURE FOR SPECIAL BIDS ON VACANT
Once a person(s) or firm(s) has met the requirements of eligibility, the Contractor shall be placed on the eligibility list. The eligible Contractor will be called to pick up the bid specification sheet. The Contractor shall review the bid specification sheet and will be responsible to survey the
After the bid list is awarded, an approved work order is prepared. The Contractor will commence cleaning, ONLY AFTER THE WORK ORDER IS RELEASED FROM THE CITY. The City will not be liable for any payment for any work done prior to release and may withdraw any item from the work order at any time without liability to the City.
The manner of this work includes the mowing and cutting of Grass and Weeds to not more than three (3) inches in height. All litter, rubbish, debris, brush cuttings, and garbage must be hauled away and disposed of in a landfill or in some other appropriate and acceptable manner. No part of the
THE CITY OF
NOTE: If any problem arises, please forward information in writing to Marc Castro, Assistant Director.
Marc A. Castro