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  • Surplus Property closure schedule for the holidays
     
    The link below is to a schedule that shows the days that Surplus Property will be closing early, as well as dates the program will be closed. To avoid making a wasted trip, please check this schedule before making your way to Surplus!
     
  • New Tool Available That Lets Qualified Agencies Search For Property

    The State and Federal Surplus Property program announces the availability of “Reuse,” a software package that enables agencies to search available property located at the Salem surplus warehouse. Currently, agencies can search a database of Federal Donation property, with plans to include state-owned property in the near future (please note: not for public use).
    Search the property database now. >>

  • Surplus Property Guidelines In One Convenient Location

    We've made it easier to locate the answer to your surplus property disposal questions. Located in one convenient location, this document contains suggestions for government agencies wanting to submit their items to the Surplus Property program, such as advice, Rules and Statutes that mandate how we operate. These guidelines can be accessed from the link to the far right, or by clicking on the link below.

    Click here now to access the Disposal Guidelines document (pdf)>>

  • Surplus Property makes items available to public and private entities

    The State Surplus Property Program exists to provide a central distribution point for surplus, seized and\or recovered public property for State Agencies and political subdivisions.  While emphasis is placed on reutilization of property within the public sector, the Program has received national acclaim for its innovative use of the Internet in advertising its post-reutilization property to the general public.

Services to Agencies and Organizations* Sales to the Public
 
Federal Surplus Property Program
This program provides disposition services to federal executive agencies, as well as acquisition services to state agencies, local governments and qualified non-profit organizations. This program is covered by Federal non-discrimination laws that prohibit discrimination based on race, color, national origin, age, disability or sexual orientation.
 
State Surplus Property Program
This program provides property reutilization services to state agencies and intergovernmental partners, as well as acquisition services to state agencies, local governments and qualified non-profit organizations.  
  
  
The "Agency Resource Page"
This page provides information on how to screen Federal Donation Property, submit a "Want" request, and general information of interest to eligible agencies.
 
Fixed Price Bureau of Land Management Vehicles and Heavy Equipment 
Vehicles and heavy equipment made available to qualified government agencies by the Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management (Last Updated 11-26-2014)
 
 
Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO)
The "1033" program allows Oregon law enforcement agencies (LEAs) to acquire surplus military equipment from the U.S. Department of Defense, and the "1122" program allows Oregon LEAs to take advantage of federal contracts when acquiring new law enforcement-related equipment & supplies.**


*For more information on how your 501c3 non-profit organization may qualify to receive state and/or federal surplus property before it is made available to the public, visit our eligibility pages through the link located in the left-hand toolbar of this page.

**An annual service fee applies to Oregon LEAs who wish to take advantage of this program.
 
 




 
Internet Online Auction Sites
This page contains links to the various
Online auction providers the state of
Oregon uses to present personal
property to prospective buyers.
 
Go to the online auctions now! >>

 

The "General Store" 
 
The Surplus Property General Store
is a daily cash and carry area located
at the main property warehouse
in Salem. The general store typically
contains items such as desks, office chairs, file cabinets, etc. The public is welcome to shop Monday-Friday, 1 - 4:00 p.m., excluding holidays. These hours are also set aside   for inspection, payment and pick up of items won online. Surplus Property accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, cash (If paying in person only), money orders and cashier's checks. Personal or business checks cannot be accepted.

Who Ya Gonna Call?

You've got questions, we've got answers!

Don't know who to talk to about an auction item? Need general or specific information about Surplus Property activities? Need to know if your government agency or non-profit qualifies to acquire surplus property? This guide will help you determine the right person to contact at Surplus Property. Even if you don't find the right person, we'll be sure to get you to them!

 

Go to the "Who Ya Gonna Call?" page now!  >>