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Policies - Excess Property Disposition

The City Council adopted Resolution 29799 in 1998 on the “Reuse or Disposal of City Property” subsequently amended by Resolution 30862 in 2006. The Procedures for the Evaluation of City Real Property for Reuse and Disposition establish a uniform evaluation process for the reuse or disposition of City owned real property. The policy also established a standard procedure for each City department to classify and report the use status of City owned property. The following are highlights the policies and procedures:

  • All City-owned property is tracked in a Real Property Asset Management Information System, (RPAMIS).
  • Properties are classified by use and status, with periodic reviews by the jurisdictional department.
  • Property declared excess by a department initiates an internal and external review process.
  • The public has multiple opportunities for input throughout the process.
  • The City Council ultimately makes final decisions on the outcome of each excess property.

Real Estate Services manages the reuse and disposition process. To help describe the process a flow chart were developed.