Tulsa (OK) Takes Its Surplus Auction Online

Due to the pandemic, the city of Tulsa took its annual surplus auction online this year, with items ranging from vehicles to lab equipment—the city is even selling a fire truck, with a current bid of $16,000, according to a report on News9.com.

The City of Tulsa’s surplus warehouse stores and sells all the city’s extra items that various departments—water and sewer departments, fire department, police department, etc.—have either replaced or no longer need.

The city made $1.2 million at last year’s auction, just in sales of surplus, according to the report. All the money goes right back into the city’s funds.

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