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The King County Fleet Administration Division handles the disposal of all county surplus property except for real estate. To make the most of taxpayer dollars, many of the county’s surplus items are sold at public auctions. These auctions also include items from other government agencies. They are open to the general public as well as all government employees.

Spot bid

King County holds spot bid auctions of surplus property on the second Wednesday of the month. For more information, see our spot bid auction page.

Vehicles and equipment

King County holds two auto and heavy equipment auctions each year, on Saturdays--one in Spring and one in Fall.

For more information, see our vehicle and equipment auction page


Sealed bid announcements

King County also conducts sealed bid auctions or invitations to bid, (ITB) on specialty items. These sales might have buyer requirements, remote site locations, and insurance requirements.  Please read entire specification and packet prior to submitting a bid.

1995 DARTM Mobile Home Double Wide 

TITLE: Double Wide Mobile Home in Fall City

SALE TYPE: Sealed Bid

MINIMUM BID: $ 300.00

DATE ISSUED: Wednesday, May 18, 2016

OPEN HOUSE: 11:00am to Noon, Wednesday, May 25, 2016

BID OPENING DATE AND TIME: 10:30am June 1, 2016

Download bid paperwork, click here, (13MB).


Sealed bid proposals are hereby solicited and will be received at the King County Fleet Administration Division, 201 South Jackson St., Room 822, Seattle, Washington, 98104, for the removal and relocation of the mobile home located 718 3rd Place SE, Pacific, WA.



 Personal property staff

Upcoming auctions

  • Spot bid: June 8, 2016 
  • Fall equipment auction is set for Saturday October 2016

Contact us

For more information or to sign up for King County's E-mail warehouse auction news flyer, contact the Fleet Administration Division at or 206-263-9820.

Related links

The following links point to external sites and are provided for your convenience.


Metro's Rideshare Vans are sold through an outside vendor. For more information, visit their Web site at [external site].