WV Surplus facilitates the sale of retired state property from across the state through the online auction site
GovDeals. Items available on GovDeals range from vehicles and machinery to more unique items, such as canoes, butcher block tables, and telescopes. Members of the public are invited to bid on these auctions.
How to View Auction Items and What Information is Available
Each listing on GovDeals provides the current auction price, the time remaining before the auction ends, a brief description of the item, and multiple pictures/views of the property being sold. Viewers on GovDeals can also ask questions about the property directly on the site. Please pay attention to the location of the asset being auctioned. While many auctions do take place from the WV Surplus warehouse in Dunbar, GovDeals often features items located in various cities across the state.
To see what property is available, visit GovDeals.com and search “WV Surplus" or click here.
GovDeals Success Story
GovDeals is an important tool for facilitating the sale of retired state property by allowing the state agency to recoup some of the original cost on items no longer needed. One notable sale was the state’s 2009 Cessna 208B Grand Caravan. The auction was held through GovDeals and sold for $1,526,650
after a one-month listing.
Where has WV Surplus auctioned property recently?
Since January 2020, auctions items have been located in Cairo, Caldwell, Cass, Charleston, Clarksburg, Davis, Elkins, Hacker Valley, Huntington, Huttonsville, Kingwood, Lewisburg, Lost Creek, Marlinton, Martinsburg, Moorefield, New Manchester, Parkersburg, Pipestem, Princeton, Romney, South Charleston, Southside, St. Mary’s