Surplus items may not be sold to any employee without first putting the item(s) up for auction. State Statue requires that any unused , excess or obsolete items must be offered for sale to the public via some sort of public auctions.
"Property or materials owned by the state or a subdivision and not needed for public purposes, may be sold to an employee of the state or subdivision after reasonable public notice at a public auction or by sealed response, if the employee is not directly involved in the auction or process pertaining to the administration and collection of sealed responses. Requirements for reasonable public notice may be prescribed by other law or ordinance so long as at least one week's published notice is specified. An employee of the state or a political subdivision may purchase no more than one motor vehicle from the state at any one auction. A person violating the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor."
For Specific surplus items -
Transportation Vehicles - Any vehicle operated by the Transportation Department that still has value will be listed here.
Furniture - Each summer Facilities organizes a surplus or damaged furniture pick-up schedule.
E-Waste - computers, printers, fax machines or anything not leased that might have a circuit board inside should not be placed in our trash. Contact Facilities to get the item disposed of legally and properly.
Looking to get rid of used, bad fluorescent tubes? Please submit the Fluorescent Tube Recycling form.
All questions regarding proper use of Taxi's should be directed to the Transportation Office at 651-696-9600 Taxi's can be used for certain Title I and Athletic Event use. The procedures for each type are detailed in the documents listed within this section - click on the title to view them.