Under county law, Westchester County must auction off usable, surplus goods to the highest bidder. Traditionally, this was done through public auctions or sealed bids. In 2004, eBay was added as another auction venue.
Visit Westchestergov Surplus for our latest offerings in surplus computer equipment and furniture. And at times, you'll find unusual items you may not find elsewhere.
We provide the Westchestergov Surplus link as a convenience only and should not be construed as an endorsement by Westchester County as the owner or operator of the linked site, or of its content, over which we have no control.
Terms of eBay sales
Westchester County does not offer shipping services. The buyer is responsible for picking up all purhcased items from the designated location.
Full payment is due within four business days of notice of award. Winning bidder will receive an e-mail with payment instructions. Payment can also be made upon pickup of item(s).
Acceptable forms of payment are:
- U.S. Postal money order
- Official bank check issued by a U.S. bank made payable to Westchester County
- Exact cash when paid in person
- Credit card: Master Card, Visa, American Express or Discover
No other forms of payment are accepted.
We recommend potential bidders inspect the item for sale prior to bidding. Viewing arrangements can be made by contacting the Westchester County Bureau of Purchase and Supplies warehouse at (914) 231-1429 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Eastern U.S. time.
Westchester County also lists surplus for sale on Absolute Auctions, an online professional auction service. You may visit their site to find Westchester County listings as well as other listings from state, county and municipality clients.