The Houston County Surplus Auction features hundreds of items formerly used by Houston County departments.
People can bid on computers, furniture and even cars including a 1989 Houston County fire truck.
Mark Baker, the county's purchasing agent, says the county's been able to make a good profit off of the auction in the past.
"The last couple of years we've been in the low $30,000 range," said Baker.
He said all of the money raised will go back into Houston County's general fund, that will then be distributed to different departments, like public works, and the sheriff's office.
There's a 7 percent sales tax on all items except for vehicles, which are subject to the Ad Valorem Tax.
Baker says hundreds of people have come in the past and he expects even more this year, because there's a larger selection of cars.