The Maintenance Department maintains all buildings and grounds to create a safe, comfortable, and efficient work place. Their goal is to respond to work order requests in a timely and effective manner, budget and manage capital repair projects, and analyze building operation data.
2022-2023 Workload Measures
1. Number of work orders
2. Number of work orders (High)
3. Number of work orders (Critical)
4. Number of Projects/ Special Events
5. Number of signs repair/replacements
6. Number of new street signs installed
7. Number of safety training hours
|2022-2023 Performance Management Goals
|1) To further understand building maintenance costs, Maintenance will create a monthly report with
material costs associated with work orders.
|2) To track cost effectiveness, Maintenance will maintain a comprehensive utility cost measurement
program for all County buildings using Asset Essential Software.
|3) To ensure employees/department's facility needs are met, Maintenance will complete 81% of work
orders initiated in a given month by the end of the next scheduled work day.
|4) To ensure employee/department's facility needs are met, 93% of work orders initiated in a given month
will be completed by the end of scheduled 5-day work week.
|5) To ensure employee/department's facility needs are met, 98% of work orders initiated in a given month
will be completed by the end of scheduled 20 to 23-day work month.
|6) To track workload of departments' needs, Maintenance will provide semi-annual report on total number
of work orders per building.
|7) To ensure that departments project needs are addressed, Maintenance will coordinate any estimate
and/or scope of work plan to be submitted to the requesting department and schedule any needed
|8) To increase access for county employees, Maintenance will upload all current employee policies to