Surplus Property

Donation of Surplus Commodities and Equipment Property Policy

The City of Elk Grove will provide surplus commodities and equipment property, when available, and offer eligible items for donation to eligible organizations.View the complete policy.

Eligible Organizations

Eligible organizations interested in obtaining surplus commodities and equipment property from the City of Elk Grove must first register on the Organization Registration Form and provide proof of their 501(c)(3) status to be verified by the City. Surplus items are only eligible for donation to public bodies, charitable, civic or non-for-profit organizations.

Organization Registration Form

Organization Registration Form
Organization Registration Form
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Organization Name:*
Contact Name:*
Address:*
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Phone Number (xxx-xxx-xxxx):
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After submitting this form, please mail, fax or email proof of your 501©(3) status to:

City of Elk Grove
Attention: Purchasing Department
8401 Laguna Palms Way
Elk Grove, CA 95758

Phone: (916) 691-2001
Fax: (916) 627-4606
Email: purchasing@elkgrovecity.org

Any questions may be directed to one of the purchasing staff listed below:

Joe Simone, Purchasing Manager
Phone: (916) 478-3606
Fax: (916) 627-4606
Email: purchasing@elkgrovecity.org

Kimberly Cooper, Purchasing Agent
Phone: (916) 478-3670
Fax: (916) 691-3182
Email: kacooper@elkgrovecity.org

Disclaimer of Warranties

The City makes no agreement, warranty or representation, either express or implied, as to the value, design, condition, merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose or fitness for the use contemplated by the recipient or user, of the subject surplus property or any portion thereof. The recipient acknowledges that the City is not a manufacturer of the subject property or a dealer therein, that the property is being provided “as-is” and “with all faults,” it being agreed and understood that all of the aforementioned risks are to be borne by the recipient or user of the property. In no event shall the City be liable for any damages, including, without limitation, incidental, indirect, special or consequential damages, in connection with or arising out of the recipient’s or any other person’s or entity’s use of the property.