Surplus Property is closed Monday, February 23rd due to no water. Thank you for your understanding.
Welcome to the Office of Surplus Property! There are 4 main programs offered within Surplus Property: State Surplus, Federal Surplus, LESO / 1033, and Fixed Price Vehicle Sales (FPVS). Each of these programs is unique and offer a broad range of products and services to our customers. Say you are looking for a desk for your office, jackets and boots for your road crew, or a vehicle for your agency, the Office of Surplus Property will be able to help you out!
We are conveniently located right off I-70 and MacVicar
at 2830 SW Kanza Drive, Topeka, KS 66606.
Our hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday - Friday.
Come check us out today and see if we have the next great find for your agency!
If you have any concerns about our program please contact our office at 785-296-2351.
The road to the Department of Administration’s Surplus Property facility in Topeka is temporarily closed for construction. Visitors will need to access the facility from East Circle Dr. N, just south of the normal Kanza Drive entrance off of MacVicar Ave.
Visitors should take East Circle Dr. N to the west until it veers off to the right (north). Next, they will turn right (east) on Center Bldg. Dr.
After following Center Bldg. Dr., visitors should take the next available right (south) at the unmarked silver building. At this point they’ll be right across from the surplus building and can simply follow the road across the street to access the Surplus Property building.
The Surplus Property program distributes used property to state agencies, non-profit and other government organizations, as well as the public. The facility is open from 8-4:30 Monday through Friday. For more information about the program, go to http://admin.ks.gov/offices/surplus-property or call 785-296-2351 or 785-296-2334 if further instruction is needed.
The KDOA anticipates the main entrance to the Surplus Property facility will be closed until November. The agency has marked the alternate route to the facility with signs to help guide traffic.
The State Surplus Property program's intent is to facilitate the disposition and reallocation of excess and surplus state agency property. This property IS available to the public after being available to other state and government agencies, who are signed up in our program, for a period of 30 days. This program has everything from computers to cars available at our warehouse. New property is picked up and brought into our warehouse daily. Please come visit us today to see what we have available.
The Federal Surplus Property program offers excess federal government equipment and supplies to tax supported agencies and non-profit education / health agencies in the state of Kansas that are signed up to participate in our program. This program is NOT open to the general public. We carry items such as clothing, tools, office supplies, generators, shop supplies, medical equipment, etc... Your agency may also make special requests for items you are looking for and we can try to find those items specifically for you.
The LESO (Law Enforcement Support Office) / 1033 Program is available for law enforcement agencies across the state to utilitze. It allows for these agencies to gain access to weapons, vehicles, and other equipment they normally wouldn't have access to or wouldn't be able to afford. Law enforcement agencies in the LESO program have access to federal government excess property before it becomes available to the agencies signed up in the Federal Surplus Property program.
The FPVS Program offers late model, lower mileage vehicles to agencies signed up in the Federal Surplus Property program at greatly reduced costs. The public is NOT allowed to purchase these vehicles. These vehicles were once part of the federal government's motor pool and when they are replaced with newer models, they are sent to auction houses where our agency purchases them and brings them into our warehouse for our customers. All necessary repairs, if any, are made to these vehicles before they are offered for sale.
Periodically State and / or Federal Surplus will conduct a public auction of property. State Surplus auctions are conducted by Purple Wave Auctions for property, vehicles, and equipment. Federal Surplus auctions are conducted through the General Services Administration GSA Auctions program. These are NOT live on-site auctions. When we have either Federal or State Surplus property going to auction, information regarding these auctions will be posted here.