Doing Business with Maplewood
Doing Business with the Township of Maplewood
The Township of Maplewood has been spending more of its dollars with locally-owned businesses. We "look local first" when buying goods and services. We patronize Maplewood's bakeries, delis and cateres; contract with local professionals; and purchase products from local and home-based businesses. We want to do more.
If you're a local business,
we want to do business with you! You can:
Visit the Bid Opportunities website t o find out about current Bid Opportunities for Goods and Services.
Look at our Bills List. This list (approved during Township Committee meetings) includes a detailed description of the goods and services we purchase, who we purchase them from, and how much we pay for those services.
Call us! If you have a good or service that you can provide to the Township, we want to hear about it. Contact Town Hall at 973-762-8120 and speak to the appropriate department.
Make sure that you complete the Maplewood Business Owner Questionnaire and provide us with your business' name and contact information. Once we receive all your business' information, we will post it in our list of Maplewood Businesses.
How to become a vendor with the Township of Maplewood:
Once you are ready to do business with the Township, submit a copy of your W9 and New Jersey Business Registration Certificate .
Do I have to sign a contract and what are the terms?
After the invoice is processed, the vendor receives a Purchase Order. A purchase order is a binding contract between the Township of Maplewood and the vendor. The purchase order indicates what goods/services were purchased, the quantity, the cost, the vendor, etc.
How long do I have to wait to get paid?
Payments are approved as part of the Bills List during meetings of the Maplewood Township Committee on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. The Township pays all vendors as soon as practicably possible. Depending on the purchase, payment can take up to 30 days to finish processing.