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Posted on: November 22, 2019

City to sell surplus equipment in online auction, starting Dec. 2

Winter 2019 Auction vehicle

The City of Broken Arrow will hold an online surplus auction from Dec. 2-13.

Bargain hunters interested in obtaining used cars, trucks, electronics and more can find a list of items for sale on the City’s website at BrokenArrowOK.gov/Auction

Photos and details of the items will be available on the auction site itself upon start of the auction at 1 p.m. on Dec. 2. The auction website is www.publicsurplus.com/sms/brokenarrow,ok/list/current?orgid=49348

Interested bidders may view the items in person before placing a bid. Instructions for scheduling an appointment can be found with the item’s detailed information on the auction website. 

Once the online auction begins, bidders will have 10 working days to participate before the auction closes at 4 p.m., Dec. 13. Winning bidders must claim their items from the City’s warehouse, 1700 W. Detroit St.

The surplus property and equipment has outlived its usefulness to the City. Because the estimated combined value of the items to be sold is in excess of $15,000, it had to be declared surplus by the City Council.

Proceeds from the sale of surplus items will be deposited into the General Fund and Broken Arrow Municipal Authority (BAMA) funds, depending on the sold item’s source funding.

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