The City contracts with a company called "Bidera" to handle public auctions of surplus items. As part of their contract they inspect each item, write up a description, take detailed photographs and then host the auction. Hollywood is just one of many local municipalities to use the Bidera online auction site to sell surplus items with the goal of realizing the best possible price to the benefit of taxpayers.
Police cars, pick-up trucks, bucket trucks, utility trucks, John Deere Gators, various types of trailers, pumps, tractors, golf carts and other miscellaneous vehicles are up for auction right now. In addition to the 84 vehicles currently up for auction, 13 Hollywood Beach Lifeguard Towers have been added to the auction lot. The units are sold "as is" and the purchaser is responsible for removal/relocation within 3 weeks. For the full list of unit details and requirements, please be sure to click on the "Lot Details" button when looking at the item.
The auction closes on Tuesday, March 17th, at 7:00 p.m. Anyone interested can visit the auction site and submit a bid here: https://bidera.hibid.com/…/city-of-hollywood-surplus-auction