California Code, Government Code - GOV § 11011.21




(a) The Legislature finds and declares that the Department of General Services has, pursuant to former Section 11011.21, as added by Section 8 of Chapter 150 of the Statutes of 1994, and amended by Section 15 of Chapter 422 of the Statutes of 1994, developed an inventory, known as the Surplus Property Inventory, of state-owned properties that are either surplus to the needs of the state in their entirety or are being used for a state program and some portions of the property are unused or underutilized.

(b) State agencies, when purchasing real property, shall review the Surplus Property Inventory and purchase, lease, or trade property on that list, if possible, prior to purchasing property not on the Surplus Property Inventory.

(c) The Department of General Services may sell, lease, exchange, or transfer for current market value, or upon terms and conditions as the Director of General Services determines are in the best interest of the state, all or part of properties as follows:

Parcel 1. Approximately 292 acres with improvements thereon, known as the Agnews Developmental Center-West Campus, bounded by Lick Mill Blvd., Montague Expressway, Lafayette Street and Hope Drive, in Santa Clara, Santa Clara County.

Parcel 2. Approximately 56 acres known as a portion of the Agnews Developmental Center-East Campus, located between the Agnews Developmental Center and Coyote Creek, in San Jose, Santa Clara County.

Parcel 3. Approximately 102 acres with improvements thereon, known as the Stockton Developmental Center, located at 510 E. Magnolia Street, in Stockton, San Joaquin County.

Parcel 6. Approximately 33.56 acres with improvements thereon, known as the California Highway Patrol Motor Transport Facility and Shop, located at 2800 Meadowview Road, in Sacramento, Sacramento County.

Parcel 7. Approximately 1.03 acres of land, not including improvements thereon, located at 1614 O Street, in Sacramento, Sacramento County, and leased by the Department of General Services to the Capital Area Development Authority for development of the 17th Street Commons condominiums.

Parcel 8. Approximately 2 acres of land, not including improvements thereon, located on a portion of block 273 bound by 10th, 11th, P, and Q Streets, in Sacramento, Sacramento County, and leased by the Department of General Services to the Capital Area Development Authority for development of the Somerset Parkside condominiums.

Parcel 9. Approximately 1.76 acres of land, not including improvements thereon, located on the south 1/2 of block bound by 15th, 16th, O, and P Streets and the south 1/4 of block bound by 14th, 15th, O, and P Streets, in Sacramento, Sacramento County, and leased by the Department of General Services to the Capital Area Development Authority for development of the Stanford Park condominiums.

Parcel 10. Approximately 1.18 acres of land, not including improvements thereon, located on the north 1/2 of block bound by 9th, 10th, Q, and R Streets, in Sacramento, Sacramento County, and leased by the Department of General Services to the Capital Area Development Authority for development of the Saratoga Townhomes.

Parcel 11. Approximately 3.66 acres including improvements thereon, known as the Department of General Services, Junipero Serra State Office Building, located at 107 S. Broadway, in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County.

Parcel 12. Approximately 32 acres including improvements thereon, being a portion of the State Department of Developmental Services Fairview Developmental Center, located at 2501 Harbor Blvd., in Costa Mesa, Orange County.

Parcel 13. Approximately 3.6 acres, with improvements thereon.  Entire structure used as the Delano Armory by the Military Department, located at 705 South Lexington Street, in Delano, Kern County.

Parcel 16. Approximately 1,720 acres of agricultural land, being a portion of the Department of Corrections' Imperial South Centinella Prison, located at 2302 Brown Road, in Imperial, Imperial County, which shall only be available for lease.

Parcel 17. Approximately 800 acres of agricultural land, being a portion of the Department of Corrections' Imperial North Calipatria Prison, located at 7018 Blair Road, in Calipatria, Imperial County, which shall only be available for lease.

(d) The Department of General Services shall be reimbursed for any cost or expense incurred in the disposition of any parcels.

(e) Notices of every public auction or bid opening shall be posted on the property to be sold pursuant to this section, and shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation published in the county in which the real property to be sold is situated.

(f) Any sale, exchange, lease, or transfer of a parcel described in this section is exempt from Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 21100 ) to Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 21165 ), inclusive, of Division 13 of the Public Resources Code.

(g) As to any property sold pursuant to this section consisting of 15 acres or less, the Director of General Services shall except and reserve to the state all mineral deposits possessed by the state, as defined in Section 6407 of the Public Resources Code , below a depth of 500 feet, without surface rights of entry.  As to property sold pursuant to this section consisting of more than 15 acres, the director shall except and reserve to the state all mineral deposits, as defined in Section 6407 of the Public Resources Code , together with the right to prospect for, mine, and remove the deposits.  The rights to prospect for, mine, and remove the deposits shall be limited to those areas of the property conveyed that the director, after consultation with the State Lands Commission, determines to be reasonably necessary for the removal of the deposits.

(h) The net proceeds of any moneys received from the disposition of any parcels described in this section shall be deposited in the General Fund.





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