Doing Business With SHRA


All SHRA Procurement activity (Invitation for Bids, Request for Proposals, etc.) is now on  OpenGov

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a qualified vendor with SHRA?

  • Log into OpenGov  and create an account.  If applicable, applicants must be licensed by the state to perform the type of work specified in the Vendor’s profile. Applicants who register in OpenGov and subscribe to SHRA’s vendor portal will be notified of bidding opportunities as they arise.

After I obtain a contract with SHRA, can I get help finding subcontractors?

  •  A listing of subcontractors is required with bid submission. Contact SHRA procurement staff who can assist with finding potential subcontractors during the solicitation process.

What are other ways I can find out about bidding opportunities with SHRA? 

  • There are several ways to obtain information about construction or maintenance services bidding opportunities other than the website. Notices are also published in the Sacramento Builder’s Exchange and public notices are sometimes placed in area newspapers. In addition, registration in the OpenGov system for SHRA is essential. See instructions above.

Frequently Used Forms

For more information about Doing Business with SHRA, contact us at:

SHRA Procurement Services Division
801 12th Street – 2nd Floor
Sacramento, CA  95814
(916) 440-1378 – Voice
(916) 442-6736 – Fax


As a public agency, the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) utilizes a wide range of goods and services from all types of businesses and is required to use a competitive process to procure supplies, construction services, maintenance services, and professional services. These activities are managed by SHRAs Procurement Services Division. SHRA also maintains a list of qualified vendors who can register to receive bid opportunity notifications. Refer to the instructions below regarding “how to become a qualified vendor with SHRA” for more information. Currently, the public is invited to do business with SHRA through the construction/bidding, and Request for Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/RFQ) opportunities outlined below.

SHRA’s Construction Services Department regularly bids the ongoing modernization of its Public Housing stock in conformance with HUD guidelines and local building codes. Construction projects also include those financed by various other funding sources administered by SHRA. The Construction Services Department coordinates the preparation of the construction documents, prepares them for bidding through SHRA’s Procurement Services department, and provides construction management until project completion.

No Place Like Home Request to Partner

The County of Sacramento in coordination with SHRA is requesting applications from developers of permanent supportive rental housing for partnership in the State Department of Housing and Community Development’s (HCD) third competitive funding round of No Place Like Home.  Application information can be found in the Request to Partner notification.

No Place Like Home Request to Partner

Construction and Bidding Opportunities 

See below for the most current construction and bidding opportunities and also provides information on the bids awarded. To view a list of potential bidders for possible sub-contracting opportunities, visit OpenGov’s web-site at this link, click on the project.


The Mill Camera Project

Requests for Proposals (RFP) or Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) Opportunities

SHRA provides opportunities for developers, professional service providers, maintenance service contractors, and supply and general service providers the opportunity  to respond to Requests for Proposals (RFP) or Requests for Qualifications (RFQ).  An RFP is used when both qualifications and price are part of the selection process.  A RFQ is used when qualifications are the sole consideration for selection.  See below for a list of  current solicitations.

Qualified List of Contractors for PHA Rehabs 2024 - Additional Contractors

Countertop and Tub Resurfacing

Loan Servicing Provider

On-Call Environmental Consulting Services

Site-specific Environmental Investigation

SHRA Vendor Registration/Bid Opportunities Portal



All SHRA procurement activity (Invitation for Bids, Request for Proposals, etc.) is now on OpenGov.

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The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency has partnered with OpenGov and is excited to announce our transition to this fully automated, web-based electronic bidding and vendor management system. Bids and proposals currently being solicited and the corresponding closing dates for each are list above.
Our new e-Procurement Portal will allow interested parties to do the following:


  • Register to bid and receive notifications of future opportunities in the
    e-Procurement Portal by selecting Subscribe to create an account.
  • Follow updates to existing solicitations by finding the solicitation and clicking the Follow button. This will allow all interested parties to receive amendments and addenda automatically.
  • Submit questions and receive answers for open solicitations.
  • Guide vendors through the process of responding electronically to RFPs, bids, etc. to ensure submissions have been accurately completed.
  • Ultimately, be your one location for all bid opportunities issued by the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency.


To get started, click here to sign up. You’ll receive an email to activate your account. For more information about how to register, please see our help file here.



Labor Compliance/eComply Solutions

SHRA is proud to announce a partnership with eComply Solutions for labor compliance submittals.  eComply Solutions is a web-based certified payroll report and labor compliance system.

All  SHRA contractors and subcontractors will be required to use this system.  Please take a minute to get your company registered on eComply.

This FREE access will only take a few minutes to complete.  Go HERE to register your company and access the system.

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