On Saturday, the largest government surplus auction of the year will be hosted at a venue located at 4320 Stephanie Street, which is just off East Flamingo Road near Dog Fancier’s Park.
It’s the third and last Clark County auction of the year, and it’s expected to be the biggest. The first two auctions earlier this year brought in $4.4 million for the government agencies that take part.
Friday was the last day to preview the items, so people were out there testing engines in cars and taking a look at what the county has to offer this round.
The auction has approximately 435 vehicles and 1,100 miscellaneous property lots, including items from McCarran’s lost and found like jewelry, tablets, and laptop computers.
“We have everything from motorcycles hybrid sedans, old police units, SUVs, pickup trucks, and miscellaneous property; pallet full of cleats, furniture, and things such as that. We have it all,” said David Johnson, manager at automotive services in Clark County.
Anyone who didn’t have time to go out onto the lot and check out the items on Friday can head out to the auction Saturday when it starts at 8 a.m.
The auction will be up and running until every item is sold, which is usually around 4 p.m.
But everyone must register to bid, so go online here to do that.
Those wanting to take part in the vehicle auction have to bid online.