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Tally information of Bids Already Opened.

Recycling at work is as important as recycling at home. There are many ways businesses can reduce waste and promote recycling, and in many cases, save money.

Businesses purchase supplies and materials, and those that aren't used efficiently become waste. Businesses then pay to collect and haul the away waste. Preventing waste saves resources, prevents pollution, and saves money.

The procurement policy relative to purchasing environmentally preferable products.

Buyers are generally assigned to specific City departments. This link provides a listing of their assignments.

A listing of "term" (renewable) contracts, listing the general commodity/service, the company to whom the contract was awarded, and the anniversary and final ending date of the contract (if all renewal options are exercised).

Commissioner of the Revenue Home Page

Listing of forms available for download from the Commissioner of the Revenue

Basic first responder training for citizens.

Contract Awards

A listing of Formal Awards made within the last ten days.

Easy access to most contractor and business needs for the City of Newport News

Current Solicitations

A listing of Formal Invitation For Bids (IFB) and Request For Proposals (RFP)

Information on developing an emergency business plan

Fort Eustis Gateway Grant

The purpose of the Fort Eustis Gateway/Warwick Corridor Business Improvement Grant Program is to improve retail and commercial structures and properties located along the upper Warwick business corridor in the Denbigh section of Newport News. This program is designed to provide incentives to property owners desirous of restoring the character, appearance and vitality along Warwick Boulevard between Menchville Road and Fort Eustis Boulevard.

Historically Underserved Business Zone (HUBZone)

The waste audit is one of the first steps in starting a recycling program.

The City is committed to providing opportunities to Small-, Women- and Minority-Firms (SWAM)

Minority Vendors Residing in Newport News

The Newport News Business Recycling Office has developed a program to encourage business waste-reduction and recycling initiatives.

Learn about the Port Warwick development project.

Recycling is Good for Business

Have you ever thought about how recycling CAN save you money? Yes, it is understood that there are associated costs with a recycling program. Despite these costs, recycling CAN save businesses money, especially over the long term.

Setting Up a Recycling Program at Work

Small, Women owned and Minority (SWAM) Businesses are encouraged to register on the City's vendor file.

Starting a Business in the City of Newport News

Stormwater Management Fee Credit (Business)

Register to Receive Notices about the City's Sale of Surplus

The City offers surplus vehicles and equipment for sale to the public.

Business Taxes

Register Your Company on our Vendor File.

A Manual for Vendors to learn how to do business with the City.

Business customers - New Tap Application.

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