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Conducting Business With the Town of Wake Forest
Competitive bidding practices are utilized as required by NC General Statutes and the Town of Wake Forest Policies and Procedures to ensure that the best value in goods and services is obtained through open vendor competition. In addition, the Town participates in programs that allow the opportunity to purchase under NC contracts and in cooperative agreements with other governmental units.

Qualified bidders are invited to compete for the Town's business by submitting informal quotations or formal responses to Request for Proposals when the Town needs to contract for materials, equipment or services. Request for Proposals are publicly advertised in local newspapers, and a vendor may request a copy of any current Request for Proposals by contacting Purchasing. Prospective vendors may receive future mailings for bid requests if they are on the vendor list. You may print the Vendor Information Form from this site, request a copy of the form from the Purchasing Division by calling 919-435-9474, or e-mail Randy Driver. Complete and return the form via email or fax it to (919) 435-9488.


Surplus Equipment Purchasing 
The Town of Wake Forest sells its surplus items through electronic auction. Interested parties should visit www.govdeals.com and select Wake Forest, NC to view what items the Town has for sale. The items are updated as they become available for auction.


Taxes & Assessments
The Wake County Revenue Department handles all assessment, valuation, billing and collection of property taxes for the Town of Wake Forest. The Wake County Northern Regional Center is a satellite office for property tax collection and can receive the current amount due, according to the Wake County Revenue Department system.

Northern Regional Center
350 E. Holding Ave.
Wake Forest NC 27587
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.​

For more information, call the Wake County Revenue Department at 919-856-5400.