Are bid openings available to the public?
Yes, they are open to the public. Typically, they are available for viewing in the Midland City Council Chambers on Tuesdays at 2 p.m. When bids for an individual project are sought from the public, the City publishes an advertisement in the Midland Daily News. Included in that advertisement is the deadline for submitting bids and the date and time of the bid opening.

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1. What is the process for submitting a bid for a City of Midland project?
2. Are bid openings available to the public?
3. Are bid tabulations public information, or do I need to file a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request?
4. What is the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)?
5. Is Midland City Council approval needed before a bid will be awarded?
6. Does the City of Midland charge a fee for plans and specifications for a given project?
7. How can I find out about project bid opportunities that fit my company's products and/or services?
8. What is the City's vendor suspension policy?
9. How do I view tabulations for individual projects following a project's bid opening date?