FARMINGTON -- Just in time for Father's Day, Davis County is hosting a public surplus property sale beginning today at the Memorial County Courthouse, 28 E. State St.
The sale will take place from noon to 6 p.m. today in Room 230 of the courthouse and again from noon to 5 p.m. Friday.
However, "the sale may be shortened if all the inventory is sold," said Curtis Koch, Davis County director of procurement and contracts.
Items available for sale include desktops, printers, cell phones, film cameras and other miscellaneous items, said County Commissioner Louenda Downs. "You may want to pick up a Father's Day gift."
The surplus property items being sold have been rotated out of use by the county. The cost to maintain the items outweighs the cost of replacing the equipment, Koch said.
All items sold are purchased as is, with no warranty.
Because of limited storage space at the courthouse, the county has opted to host the sale, Koch said. If this public sale proves successful, he said, the county will host a similar sale in the fall.
"We feel like this is a good alternative until we can solve our storage issues."
Koch said all proceeds generated from the sale of the surplus items will go back into county operation.