Fleet Management

The Fleet Management Division of Public Works is responsible for:
  • Providing preventive maintenance and repair services to ensure a safe and efficient County fleet at a competitive cost
  • Asset management including replacement planning, spec writing, coordination of equipment acquisitions, new equipment up-fit and used equipment disposal
  • Fleet fueling services including inventory management, fuel acquisition, tracking utilization, and state regulatory requirements for fuel sites
  • Procuring and maintain records on all County vehicle license plates and emissions
  • Performing all heavy duty emissions testing through self-certifications program

Fleet Facts

  • The Fleet Department manages and maintains approximately 100 vehicles, plus attachments. The fleet contains vehicles ranging from snowmobiles to heavy construction equipment
  • Light equipment accounts for approximately 1/3 of the fleet and consists of passenger vehicles, SUVs, and pickup trucks operated by various county departments
  • Heavy equipment operated by Public Works staff accounts for approximately 1/3 of the fleet and consists of heavy construction and snow removal equipment
  • Law enforcement accounts for the remaining 1/3 of the fleet and consists of marked / unmarked patrol units, investigation vehicles, and special purpose vehicles