Surplus Equipment Auctions
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.
A Resolution for Donation will be considered at the April 21, 2015, Raleigh City Council meeting at 1:00 pm in the Raleigh City Council Chambers at 222 W. Hargett St. for 38 air packs and 84 spare bottles and masks to be donated to Pactolus Volunteer Fire Department, Hobgood Volunteer Fire Department, Rich Square Volunteer Fire Department, and Eastern Wake Fire Department.
For more information, contact Mary Waller, Purchasing Manager, at 919-996-3240.
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 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, go to their website at www.doa.state.nc.us/ssp/ or phone 919-854-2160.
To access the Raleigh, NC surplus items go to GovDeals.
Found and Seized Property
Surplus equipment generally does not include found and seized property from the Police Department. For information regarding auctions for found and seized property, contact the Police Department's Evidence & Found Property.