Information for Vendors
Individuals and organizations who supply goods or services to the City or use City facilities are required to provide evidence of insurance as part of the terms and conditions of the contract, purchase order, permit, license or other form of agreement.
The minimum acceptable per-occurrence limit required for comprehensive general liability and for automobile liability insurance is $2,000,000. Please refer to the contract as requirements may vary.
The City of London has three certificate forms. The appropriate form must be completed and signed by your insurance broker (or insurer).
- Certificate of Insurance – Standard: This form is used for agreements, permits, leases, licenses, special events and other activities/programs where proof of liability insurance is required.
- Certificate of Insurance – Contractors: Contracts for infrastructure design and construction projects require completion of this certificate.
- Certificate of Insurance - Professional Liability: This form is for consultants or other professionals undertaking work for the City.
It is important to note that these three forms are the only certificates accepted by the City of London.
If you have any questions regarding insurance on bids and tenders, please contact the Purchasing Division at 519-661-4900 or Fax 519-661-5030.
For questions regarding rental of facilities, please contact Parks and Recreation 519-661-2489 ext. 2527 or Fax 519-661-5607.
Bidding Reference Documents
Bids and Tenders
View active bidding opportunities on the City of London's online procurement service.
Approaching the City
An unsolicited proposal is a new or innovative idea submitted for the purpose of obtaining a contract with the City.
The City seeks to partner on projects that align with its mission and values and that advance the goals of Council. The City will consider unsolicited proposals from any individual or organization. The proposal cannot be in response to a current or anticipated request for proposal or any City-initiated solicitation.
The City will consider proposals that:
- satisfy a City of London need or problem
- are innovative or unique opportunities to improve service delivery
- demonstrate significant value or savings, or mitigate risks
- have significant revenue generation or economic development potential
If you or your organization would like to make a proposal to the City of London, please complete and submit this form. All proposals will be reviewed by administration.