To search the database for self-certified Section 3 businesses, register your business for inclusion, or for more information on
the Business Registry, please visit HUD.GOV.
Please mail or drop off this form so the St. Cloud HRA is aware you are registered as a Section 3 businessand to be
included on bid lists.
Section 3 REGISTERED - you must register to be considered S3 qualified.
Section 3 Preference - The Section 3 program requires that recipients of
certain HUD financial assistance, to the greatest extent possible, provide job
training, employment, and contract opportunities for low- or very-low income
residents in connection with projects and activities in their neighborhoods.
Section 3 ensures that HUD-funded jobs, training, and contracts are provided to
low-and very low-income residents of the community where the funds are spent,
and to businesses that are owned by, or employ, such services. As a recipient of
Section 3 HUD-funded Public and Indian Housing assistance it is the obligation of
the St. Cloud HRA to ensure that contractors and subcontractors understand and
comply with the goals of Section 3 whenever possible and contracts are awarded
priority to Section 3 certified businesses. In order to comply with HUD
regulations, it is your responsibility to SELF-CERTIFY your business annually on
the Section 3 Business Registry. Questions, please contact Sandy Hunter at 320-
Currently there are no open RFP's. Please check back.
Respondents agree that there will not be discrimination as to race, sex, religion, color, age, creek, or national origin
in regard to obligations, work and service performed under those terms of any contract ensuing from this RFP. The St.
Cloud HRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The St. Cloud HRA is a Fair Housing Agency, and any contractor entering
HRA property must comply with Fair Housing Laws.
Contractors will complete the Section 3 forms to show whether or not your business is a qualified Section 3
business. Contractor will be required to provide documentation that the minimum HUD maintenance wages are
being paid to employees.
Contractors must submit proof of insurance with each bid.
RFPs can be picked up at the Office of the St. Cloud Housing and Redevelopment Authority located at 1225 West St.
Germain Street in St. Cloud or by calling (320) 252-0880. Questions related to this proposal can be answered by Mitch
Czech, Maintenance Coordinator at (320) 980-3612.