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Surplus Property Auction

NOVEMBER 2022 BID OPENINGS

  • 00174(02), Part of Parcel 25 Disposal of Surplus Land: JP00174(02); Part of Parcel 25; Lot 13, Block 5 of the Mohawk-Harvard Addition to the City of Tulsa in Tulsa County, Oklahoma. LOCATION: Northeast corner of SH-11 (Gilcrease Expressway) and Harvard Avenue in Tulsa, OK.
  • 00174(02), Part of Parcel 27 Disposal of Surplus Land: JP00174(02); Part of Parcel 27; Lot 9, Block 14 of the Mohawk-Harvard Addition to the City of Tulsa in Tulsa County, Oklahoma. LOCATION: Southeast corner of SH-11 (Gilcrease Expressway) and Harvard Avenue in Tulsa, OK.
  • 11309(02), Part of Parcels 9.2 & 10 Disposal of Surplus Land: JP11309(02); Part of Parcels 9.2 & 10; Lots 45 & 46, Block 31 of Woodrun Addition to the City of Oklahoma City in Canadian County, Oklahoma. LOCATION: Southeast corner of I-40 & N. Czech Hall Road, in Yukon, OK.
  • 13020(05), Part of Parcel 73 Disposal of Surplus Land: JP31020(05); Part of Parcel 73; SW¼ NW¼ of Section 10, T11N, R6E, in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma. LOCATION: 3.5 Miles South of US-62, on the East side of US-377 in Pottawatomie County, OK.

Pursuant to Title 69 Oklahoma Statutes (2011), Section 1001, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation offers the following property for sale by sealed bid to the highest bidder. Bid proposals sent by REGISTERED MAIL will be received through the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Facilities Management Division on the date of the bid opening until 1:00 p.m. Hand Delivered bids will be received on the date of the bid opening until 1:30 p.m at: Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Facilities Management Division, 200 N.E. 21st Street, Rm.: 1-B7, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105-3204.

The bids will be opened and immediately read publicly at 1:30 p.m. in the ODOT Project Management Conference Room located at the address above. All property sold by the Department is being sold “as is-where is”, with the buyer being responsible for their own due diligence in regards to zoning, licenses, permits, environmental, land uses, etc.

Terms of the sale are ten percent (10%) of the bid price in non-refundable certified funds and must accompany each bid in the form of a bid deposit. The balance of the bid will be due in certified funds within thirty (30) calendar days after the approval by the Oklahoma Transportation Commission. Deposits submitted by non-successful bidders will be returned. The successful high bidder will also be required to pay for any and all advertising costs associated with the sale of this land. After approval of the sale, an executed and recorded Quitclaim Deed will be mailed to the highest bidder. IMPORTANT: LABEL THE OUTSIDE OF THE ENVELOPE WITH “SEALED BID”.

All sales of surplus lands, or interests therein, is subject to the confirmation of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission. The Oklahoma Transportation Commission reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All inquiries should be made to Frank Roesler III, Transportation Manager, Facilities Management Division, 200 N.E. 21st Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105, or by calling (405) 522-5659

Last Modified on Aug 25, 2022