County Administration Building to Limit Visitor Access
WOODSTOCK, Ill. – In an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus, visitors to the McHenry County Administration Building at 667 Ware Road will be limited to the front lobby, effective Wednesday, March 18. Visitors will be asked to remain in the lobby while an employee is brought down to the lobby to work with them. This step is being taken to protect county employees as well as the public. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we all work together to deal with this unprecedented situation. Many county functions, such as permit applications, can be done online by visiting our website at www.mchenrycountyil.gov. Also, to further promote social distancing, we encourage people to call or email the relevant department with questions before deciding whether to travel to the Administration Building. For more information on coronavirus, visit the Department of Health website at www.mcdh.info. You also can follow the Department of Health and McHenry County on Facebook and Twitter to receive the latest updates regarding county services.
This is the official site for all RFP, RFQ & Bid information. No other sources are authorized by the County of McHenry. McHenry County will not be held responsible for any information obtained from other sources.
Always refer to the RFP, RFQ or Bid instructions prior to submitting a bid or proposal.
All submittals must be in a sealed envelope, clearly marked with the appropriate RFP, RFQ or Bid number, along with the company name on the outside of the envelope.
Deliver to the Purchasing Department:
Purchasing Department, Room 200
2200 N Seminary Avenue
Woodstock IL 60098
Deliver In Person To:
Purchasing Department, Room #200
667 Ware Road
Woodstock IL 60098
Division of Transportation Bids posted through IDOT, may be viewed at the Division of Transportation page.
The mission of the McHenry County Purchasing Department is to responsibly procure all supplies, equipment and services, including construction, in accordance with the McHenry County Purchasing Ordinance, amended August 1, 2019. The Purchasing Department manages and disposes of surplus supplies and equipment, as well as provides professional, positive and helpful customer service.
All purchases are made in accordance with the McHenry County Purchasing Ordinance amended August 1, 2019. Purchases of less than $30,000 are made in accordance with established procedures in the Ordinance. Purchases in excess of $30,000 are publicly advertised and subject to formal bidding procedures.
The Director of Purchasing also oversees the McHenry County Mail Center.
Auction of Surplus Items
The County of McHenry posts surplus items & vehicles available for auction on GovDeals.com. This site also has surplus items from other Government entities available for bidding.