Housing Rehabilitation Contractor Information

The Village of Wellington's 2 grant programs request quotes from licensed general contractors for the rehabilitation on residential properties. 

To view the current projects out to bid, please visit DemandStar.

If you have been awarded a project, please be sure to read the following items relating to vendor registration and insurance requirements.

Vendor Self-Service Portal

You can access the registration page by going to www.wellingtonfl.gov/purchasing then click on the “Vendor Self Service” link listed under Quick Links on the right side of the page. Upon completion of registration, Village staff will review the submission to ensure all information has been provided.

 Please note the following when registering.

  1.  A valid W-9 is required as part of the approval process and can be uploaded after registration has been completed.
  2. A certificate of insurance is required for all vendors who will be providing a service to the Village. The COI should list the Village of Wellington as the certificate holder and name the Village of Wellington as additional insured.
  3. E-Verify MOU – “Memo of Understanding” is required. This can be found in your E-Verify account under “edit company file”. If you are not currently registered, please go to the Department of Homeland Security website: https://www.e-verify.gov to register.


It shall be the responsibility of the successful submitter to obtain, at no additional cost to Wellington, any and all licenses and permits required to complete this project. The successful bidder must submit, no later than ten (10) days after award and prior to commencement of any work, a Certificate of Insurance naming the Village of Wellington and homeowner as additional insured.

If the successful submitter does not have current registration with Wellington, a copy of the current licensed and insurance certificates shall be submitted with quote.

  • General Liability: Insurance with each occurrence limit of not less than $1 million personal injury, advertising injury liability or not less than $300,000, and general aggregate of not less than $1 million.

  • Worker’s Compensation Insurance – as required by law.  The Village of Wellington will not accept filed certificates of exemption forms for Worker’s Compensation Insurance. This policy must include Employer’s Liability with the following limits - $100,000 for accident, $500,000 disease policy limit, and $100,000 disease each employee

  • Automobile Liability Insurance: For owned vehicles, non-owned vehicles & hired vehicles – coverage shall provide minimum limits of liability $1 million per accident Combined Single Limit for Bodily Injury and Property Damage.   This coverage shall be an “Any Auto” type policy.

Deductible amounts shall not exceed five percent (5%) of the total amount of required insurance in each category. Should any policy contain any unusual exclusion, said exclusions shall be so indicated on the certificate (s) of insurance.