Find PG&E surplus real estate

Surplus real estate is available in various parts of the service territory, and PG&E seeks to sell this property to return it to productive reuse. PG&E’s surplus properties present different types of opportunities, from urban and suburban infill, to rural, and include properties that may be developed as office, industrial, commercial, and residential.

In preparing properties for sale, PG&E performs pre-sale commercial and environmental reviews, and all records are made available to the interested buyers. As a regulated utility, PG&E has standard sales terms, and properties are sold “as-is.” Most properties are sold clear of any further PG&E encumbrances, but some properties will have a PG&E easement for utilities. Certain property sales are subject to review/approval by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).

For those properties subject to review/approval by the CPUC, in accordance with the CPUC Tribal Land Transfer Policy, PG&E must notify any Native American tribes with a historical interest in the land that PG&E proposes to sell before putting the property on the market. Please click here to find a list of all notifications PG&E has made in connection with the Tribal Land Transfer Policy.

Unless the property was under contract or on the market prior to implementation of the Tribal Land Transfer Policy, Tribal Notifications have been sent and the response period has passed for the properties listed as REAL ESTATE CURRENTLY FOR SALE.

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