Surplus Equipment Auctions
Public Notice of Electronic Auction
Pursuant to G.S. 160A-270 and City of Raleigh Resolution 2015-171, the Purchasing Manager for the City is hereby authorized and directed to hold a public sale of those items of surplus City property listed below:
1995 Ford Tractor, Model 8870, Serial # D407626
1993 John Deere Tractor, Model 4760, Serial # RW4760P005725
Such sale will be conducted by an electronic auction beginning Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 8:00 am and ending Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 6:00 pm. The website address to view the listings and to bid on the items is www.govdeals.com .
Units are located at 8500 Battle Bridge Road, Raleigh NC 27610. For more information or to schedule an inspection, contact Wayne Price at 919-279-7721 or Mallie.Price@raleighnc.gov .
PAYMENT MUST BE MADE ONLINE & REMOVAL IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Payment in full is due not later than 5 business days from the time and date of the Buyers Certificate. Payment must be made electronically through the GovDeals website.
Refer to the GovDeals website for complete information regarding payment requirements and additional terms of sale.
This resolution, or a notice summarizing its contents, shall be advertised at least once and not less than ten days before the date of the public sale, in accordance with G.S. 160A-270.
For any questions regarding this sale, contact Tyler Carpenter, City of Raleigh Equipment Specification Analyst at 919-996-5623.
Surplus equipment typically includes cars, trucks, heavy equipment and miscellaneous small equipment that the City no longer needs or uses. The City of Raleigh is no longer conducting live auctions for disposal of surplus equipment. Most surplus equipment is now either consigned to the North Carolinas State Surplus Agency or sold by online auction via GovDeals.
North Carolina State Surplus
For information regarding the North Carolina State Surplus Agency, call 919-854-2160.
Online Surplus Auctions
To access the Raleigh, NC surplus items go to GovDeals.
Donation of Surplus Equipment
North Carolina General Statutes 160A-280 gives authority to local governments to donate to another governmental unit within the United States, a sister city, or a nonprofit organization upon adoption of resolution by the City Council. A public notice must be been made of at least five (5) days prior to the adoption of a resolution approving the donation.
Found and Seized Property
Surplus equipment generally does not include found and seized property from the Police Department. For information regarding disposal of found and seized property, contact the Police Department's Evidence & Found Property.