The Facilities and Fleet Maintenance division provides a broad array of services to other City departments. From maintaining over 180 buildings to repairing over 2,500 vehicles, we work hard to ensure that City operations continue without interruption and services can continuously be provided to our community. The division has 130 employees and oversees an operating budget in excess of $30,000,000.
Our division has made many improvements to improve our resiliency and reduce our energy use. During 2012, we reduced energy consumption in City facilities and achieved a measured cost avoidance totaling $1,668,016. We re-lamped 7,200 streetlights from conventional lighting to LED, reducing energy consumption by 60% per light fixture.
Our headquarters is located at: Municipal Service Center, 1059 Lafayette Drive, El Paso, Texas.
Maintain all City buildings in order to provide for a proper, comfortable, safe, and clean environment; not only for our employees, but also for the general public who visit our facilities.
Provide fuel, repair parts, and offer maintenance support for the approximately 2485 vehicles in the City as well as all customer departments, and administer the City's motor pool program.
The Facilities Maintenance Division (FMD) maintains the City’s buildings by:
The new 911 center will be maintained by the FMD; however it will be charged maintenance fees for the services provided. The FMD will be responsible for all maintenance related to the 911 center, and its transmitter site equipment including the uninterrupted power supply units, generators, and HVAC equipment.
The Fleet Division (FD) not only repairs City vehicles but also:
We are an internal service department, billing other city departments for services provided. Repair facilities are located throughout the city and are staffed to provide full maintenance and repairs to the vehicles and equipment assigned to that location. The service locations are as follows:
Field mechanics provide maintenance and repair services to the Zoo, two landfills, park facilities and other remote sites, as well as responding to units broken down in the field.