1451 Prospect Street
Mineral Ridge, Ohio 44440
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
The Board of Trustees of Weathersfield Township, Trumbull County, Ohio, is seeking bids for the purchase of eighty-three (83) self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and associated accessories that meet NFPA 1981 (2013 ed.). Bids will be accepted until 2:00 P.M. EST on Tuesday, November 20th, 2018, at the Township Administration Building located at 1451 Prospect Street, Mineral Ridge, Ohio 44440, and will be publicly opened immediately thereafter.
Copies of the Invitation to Bid, specifications, bid bond and contract forms are available at the Township Administration Building and on the Township website www.weathersfieldtwp.org. Please click here for bid package.
This procurement is funded in part with federal funds through the FY17 Assistance to Firefighters Grant through FEMA. All bidders shall be held to specific federal conditions of this purchasing process, outlined in the bidding documents. The Township reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, to waive any informalities or irregularities in the bids received and will award the contract to the lowest and best bidder, as determined by the Board.
Fred Bobovnyk, Fiscal Officer
Weathersfield Township Board of Trustees
Weathersfield Township is a community of 9,430 people located in the southern portion of Trumbull County, bordering Mahoning County. Located in the center of the Mahoning Valley, Weathersfield Township is surrounded by the cities of Niles, Girard and Youngstown, the Villages of Lordstown and McDonald and the Townships of Howland, Vienna, Liberty, Austintown, Jackson and Warren. In addition, Weathersfield Township is within the jurisdiction of the Niles Municipal Court, along with the Village of McDonald and the City of Niles.
In 1974, the people of Weathersfield Township successfully petitioned to have the Township separated from the cities of Niles and Girard. In 1980, the Village of McDonald separated from the Township. Numerous annexations have further reduced the territory of Weathersfield Township to its present size, leaving a community divided geographically into several distinct neighborhoods.
As a result, Weathersfield Township has developed into "A Community of Neighborhoods" each with its own unique features.
"Come Home To Weathersfield"