Starting Friday, March 20, 2020 County facilities are closed to the general public, with the exception of Landfill, Transfer Station and Convenience Centers. Additional information can be found here.

General Information

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The procurement of goods and services for the County of Accomack is handled by the Finance Office. This is done in accordance with all federal, state, and county regulations and laws pertaining to public procurement.

The County strives to stimulate competition and to provide interested vendors/firms with an opportunity to participate in the procurement process. Please view our policies and procedures for additional information.

All formal procurements expected to exceed $50,000 are posted to this site under IFBs & RFPs and are advertised in the local newspaper for a minimum of ten days prior to the bid/proposal opening dates.

Tax Exemption

The County of Accomack is exempt from and will not pay Federal Excise Tax, Transportation Tax, or the Commonwealth of Virginia Sales and Use Tax. The County is also exempt from the local 911 tax. A signed certificate to document the County's tax-exempt status is available upon request by contacting the Finance Office.

Invoicing the County

Invoices should be mailed to the address specified on the purchase order. Otherwise invoices should be mailed to the department initiating the purchase. County terms are net 45 days from date of receipt. Invoices are paid twice each month with the checks mailed on the Friday following the first and third Wednesdays.