POL Government Elected Officials Auditor Mary Hull Caballero Charter, Code & Policies City Code & Charter Online Code & Charter Title 5 Revenue and Finan Chapter 5.34 Public Improvements and Construction Services
5.34.690 Performance and Payment Security; Waiver.

(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 181547, 183445 and 185898, effective February 20, 2013.)


A.  Public Improvement Contracts. Unless the required performance bond is waived under ORS 279C.380(1)(a), excused in cases of Emergency under ORS 279C.380(4), or unless the City Council, acting as the Local Contract Review Board, exempts a Contract or classes of Contracts from the required performance bond and payment bond pursuant to ORS 279C.390, the Contractor shall execute and deliver to the City a performance bond and a separate payment bond each in a sum equal to the Contract Price for all Public Improvement Contracts.  This requirement applies only to Public Improvement Contracts with a value, estimated by the City, of more than $150,000. Notwithstanding any exemption, the Chief Procurement Officer may require a performance bond, or payment bond, or both, in the Chief Procurement Officer’s sole discretion (see also, Section 5.34.915 regarding the separate public works bond).


B.  Other Construction Contracts. The City may require performance security for other construction Contracts that are not Public Improvement Contracts. Such requirements shall be expressly set forth in the Solicitation Document.


C.  Requirement for Surety Bond. The City shall accept only a performance bond and payment bond furnished by a surety company authorized to do business in Oregon and who is duly listed in the United States Treasury List as published in the Federal Register or is otherwise approved by the City Attorney each in the amount of 100 percent of the Contract price unless otherwise specified in the Solicitation Document or such substitute security is approved by the City Attorney’s office.  The surety bond shall have the company’s seal affixed to it, be signed by the surety’s Attorney in Fact, and have attached the Power of Attorney for the Attorney in Fact.  The City Attorney may waive the requirement of the corporate seal.


D.  Time for Submission. The apparent successful Offeror must furnish the required performance and payment security within 10 Days after notification by the City.  If the Offeror fails to furnish the performance security as requested, the City may reject the Offer and Award the Contract to the Responsible Bidder with the next lowest Responsive Bid or the Responsible Proposer with the next highest-scoring Responsive Proposal, and, at the City's discretion, the Offeror shall forfeit its Bid or Proposal Security.

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