Surplus Equipment

Last updated Aug. 21, 2017 - 11:55 am

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.

Public Notice

Public Notice of Exchange of Surplus Equipment

North Carolina General Statutes 160A-271 gives authority to local governments to exchange surplus personal property upon adoption of resolution by the City Council. A public notice must be been made of at least ten days prior to the adoption of a resolution approving the exchange.

Public Notice:

A Resolution for Exchange of Police Department surplus weapons and weapons parts will be considered at the September 5, 2017, Raleigh City Council meeting at 1:00 pm in the Raleigh City Council Chambers at 222 W. Hargett St. The items to be exchanged are valued in total at $5,120.00 and are listed below:

(12) Smith and Wesson Model 5906 Handguns w/ (24) magazines

(1) Smith and Wesson Model 4566 Handgun w/ (4) magazines

(1) Smith and Wesson M&P .45 Handgun

(270) 30 Round Metal .223/5.56 Rifle Magazines

(135) Safariland Double Magazine Coupler

(3) Heckler & Koch MP5 9mm Magazines

(1) Heckler and Koch MP5 Collapsible Buttstock

(7) Heckler and Koch MP5 Magazine Coupler

(34) GG&G Single Point Sling Attachment

In exchange, the City Police Department wishes to purchase a quantity of 180 Viking Tactics Wide Slings with a total value of $5,758.20. Lawmen’s Safety Supply agrees to accept $638.20 plus the used weapons in exchange for the new weapon parts described above. For more information, contact Mary Waller, Procurement Manager, at 919-996-3240.

North Carolina State Surplus


For information regarding the North Carolinas State Surplus Agency, call 919-854-2160.

Online Surplus Auctions

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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 disposal of found and seized property, contact the Police Department's Evidence & Found Property.

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