I'm assuming that your talking about parks and such ? and I have NEVER herd of it being that low. however I'm sure you knwo that you MUST follow the state's rules. such as posted work sgins, vest and such.Contact the city or state offices that you want to work for. Most have an online sign up. I look through demandstar.com for some. The only problem is they want to charge through the nose for automatic notifications.
The biggest problem is price.
In the DFW area, namely Arlington and Fort Worth, you need to offer to pay the city to allow you to mow. The latest bids came in at $15 per acre for mow, weedeat, edge and blow debris from the parking lots for some city parks. Yet another in Fort Worth came in around $9 per acre. The $9 per acre lowered their own bid from the previous contract period.
I don't know what is going on but that same $9 per acre was $60 per acre 5 years ago.
Yes, it is city parks. Arlington parks and recreation started subbing these 5 baseball parks with 2 pool areas (no ball field mowing, only outside) this year. The bids ranged from $75ish per acre to $15 per acre.I'm assuming that your talking about parks and such ? and I have NEVER herd of it being that low. however I'm sure you knwo that you MUST follow the state's rules. such as posted work sgins, vest and such.
we were doing some road side mowing. were still under contract. hoping NOT to resgin up....
so I may have 4 tractors sitting around
you dont need to pay to do this. nor do you need to pay a 3rd party co. to send you leads...
I'm a Marine Reservist and I've heard they like that too. Theres a check on there for veteran-owned small business and a check for Disabled vet-owned business and I'm not either one of those. So, who knows...