Doing Business With the City
The City of Napa purchases a wide variety of merchandise and services through a centralized purchasing system. Our goal is to assist you in your marketing efforts and promote partnerships with the City of Napa.
In order to ensure an adequate amount of time to introduce your firm and/or product, we ask that you make an appointment before visiting the Purchasing Office. If this information does not answer all your questions, please contact the Finance Department.
Public Works Projects
Public Works Projects are processed by the City of Napa Public Works Department in accordance with City Charter Section 100 through 105; and NMC Municipal Chapter 2.91 through 2.96.
All orders must be delivered to the address specified on the Purchase Order. Vendors should not deliver goods to an alternate address unless authorized by the Purchasing Services Division as the processing of your payment will be delayed.
Changes in Orders
The Purchase Order is the City's contract with you. Any changes to the contract must be approved in writing by the Purchasing Services Division.
Licenses & Permits
Vendors doing business with the City must have a City of Napa Business License. View information on obtaining a business license.
The City pays California State sales and use taxes when applicable and is exempt from Federal Excise tax.
The City of Napa uses an online bid management system called Public Purchase. You can register with Public Purchase if you want to do business with the City.
By registering with Public Purchase, you will automatically be notified when bid opportunities of company interest, become available. As a registered user you will also have access to respond to bids electronically. Learn about how to register (PDF).