FacilitiesThe Maintenance Department maintains all buildings and grounds to create a safe, comfortable, and efficient work place.

They respond to work order requests in a timely and effective manner, budget and manage capital repair projects, and analyze building operation data.

Workload Measures 2018/2019
Number of work orders (Department Generated): 216
Number of work orders (Maintenance Generated): 408
Number of work orders (By Trade/Crafts): 624
Number of street sign repair/replacements: 24
Track average time between initial street sign repair/replacement report & completion: 4.735 days
Track the average time between initial new street sign installation request and completion: 6.5 days
Number of brand new street signs installed: 2
Updated 9/15/2018

GOALSPROGRESS
To incorporate energy efficiencies, Facilities will replace 60 fluorescent T-12/8 lights with LED Bulbs with electronic ballast or LED Troffer per month100%
To track cost effectiveness, Maintenance will maintain a comprehensive utility cost measurement program for all County buildings using Facility Dude Utility Trac Software100%
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 day87%
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 95%
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 month99%
To track workload of departments' needs, Maintenance will provide semi-annual reports on total number of work orders per building 100%
To ensure that departments' facilities' needs are addressed, Maintenance will implement targeted priority strategies identified within the facility plan (dependent on adoption of the facility plan)In Progress
To mitigate safety incidents, Maintenance and the Safety Manager will work to provide employees with continuing education sessions that will highlight personal protective equipment procedures and will also have a focus on respiratory health with an implementation of the new OSHA standards for respiratory silica dust100%