FARMINGTON -- If Friday's surplus property sale is anything like the surplus property sale Davis County hosted in May, buyers better arrive early.
The surplus computer property sale will run from noon to 5 p.m. Desktops and laptops may be included.
The sale will be in Room 236 of the Davis County Memorial Courthouse, 28 E. State St.
The sale hours may be shortened if all inventory is sold, officials said.
"Occasionally, the county has surplus property to put out for sale," said Davis County Commissioner Bret Millburn.
The county held a similar sale last May that proved to be very successful, said Curtis Koch, Davis County director of procurement and contracts.
"Everything sold in two or three hours in May," he said.
The surplus property sold at that event generated $5,545 in revenue, Koch said.
The conditions of Friday's sale will be similar.
Cash and credit cards will be accepted, with property needing to be picked up at the time of purchase, officials said.
All sales are final, and merchandise is sold as is, with no warranty provided. Sales are on a first-come, first-served basis.
A list of the inventory available for sale can be viewed at www.daviscountyutah.gov.