Fleet Services

Responsibilities
The Fleet Services Department is responsible for the acquisition, maintenance, and disposal of the county’s fleet of 950 vehicles and equipment. The department also manages the county’s fuel inventory and tracks all fuel dispensed into county vehicles.

Vehicles
County-owned vehicles include cars and light trucks, cruisers, heavy-duty trucks, construction and off-road equipment, fire apparatus, transit buses, and a wide range of specialty equipment.

Facilities
Fleet Services operates in the following 3 facilities:
  • Light Truck and Car shop, Heavy Equipment and Truck shop, and Fire Apparatus shop - 31 Montevue Lane
  • Light vehicle shop - 110 Airport Drive - Law Enforcement Center
  • TransIt Bus Maintenance Facility - 1040 Rocky Spring Road
Employees
Fleet Services has 27 employees and an operating budget of $8 million. Of the 27 employees, Fleet has the following certifications:
  • 13 Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Master Certified Technicians
  • 1 ASE Certified Technician
  • 3 Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT) Master Certified Technicians
  • 1 EVT Certified Technician
  • 1 ASE Certified Auto Part Specialist
  • 150 Total ASE Certificates
  • 27 Total EVT Certificates
Fleet Services utilizes Public Surplus for the disposal of county vehicles and equipment.