FLEET MANAGEMENT

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The City of Fort Wayne's Fleet Management Department is responsible for keeping the city vehicles and equipment in service. We accomplish this in the most economic, effective, and environmentally friendly manner possible. We take pride knowing that we make a difference in improving the quality of life for the citizens of Fort Wayne. We currently maintain a diverse fleet of approximately 2,100 units which are also purchased, fueled and disposed of by our department. The Fleet Director also develops policies for the use of city vehicles and helps departments develop vehicle replacement programs. We operate two vehicle maintenance facilities and one centrally located fueling site.

PERSONEL

The Fleet Department employs 29 employees. Of the total of employees, 1 Fleet Director, 1 Shop Supervisor, 1 Office Manager, 1 Admin Admin,1 Fleet Systems Analyst, 2 Service Writers, 19 technicians, and 3 Parts Clerks. Our technicians are ASE Certified. We are committed to the continued education of our staff. Fleet Director oversees the department budget, provides expertise in procurement and disposal of vehicles and equipment and works closely with the Mayor and City Council on department issues. Shop Supervisor handles daily operations of the two maintenance facilities.

 

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RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • Impletementing an environmental management system for waste stream of hazard materials
  • Adding oil separators in garage to reduce its concentration in storm drains
  • Recycling all used oil, antifreeze, cardboard, plastics and steel.
  • Decreasing lighting costs and energy use, computer usage, thermostats and heater energy.
  • Start of the Green Fleet

 AWARDS

Larry Campbell, Fleet Manager has had numerous awards. They are listed below:

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  • A board member for the Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition and the President for the past 6 years.
  • Clean City award for hybrid usage and development.
  • Larry was named as one of the Green Fleet Sustainability All Stars by Green Fleet.
  • Recognized and thanked by City Council in one of their regularly televised meeting.
  • Larry has been nominated as Fleet Manager of the Year for the past 7 years and is named 'Fleet Manager of the Year' in 2012 by Government Fleet.
  • In 2014, Larry is named to Government Fleet's Public Fleet Hall of Fame.

 

 


 

The Departments awards are as follows:

• #3 in “100 Best” Fleets from Fleet Magazine 2014

• One of the 100 Best Fleets since 2005 through 2013

• #2 Green Fleet & Facility for Private and Public Sector from Fleet Equipment Magazine and Citgo Oil

• #7 in "100 Best" Fleets from Fleet Magazine in 2013

• #5 in "Green Fleet" in 2013

• #18 in "40 Best" Fleets from Fleet Magazine in 2012

• #16 in "100 Best" Fleets from Fleet Magazine in 2011

• OSHA Voluntary Personal Protection (VPP) Star Award for the First Vehicle & Employees Building

• Hybrid Award for Innovations in Hybrids from the Indiana Clean Cities Association Top 10 Rankings in "100 Best" Fleets 2005, 2007 & 2008

• FVS as Top Operations in FVS Corporation in 2005 & 2006

• FVS winning one of top 2 safety awards in North America

• ASE Blue Seal Recognition for the facility

• Awarded ISO 9001:2000 Certification

 

 

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Our main goal is to keep the vehicles on the road with minimal "down time". We have in place a very efficient Preventative Maintenance (PM) prgram where each unit is scheduled for filter changes at the appropriate intervals specific to each pience of equipment.

In our efforts to keep our down time to a minimum, the City has set goals as follows; 24 hour turn-a-round 80% and 48 hour turn-a-round 90%. These numbers reflect heavy,medium, light, small, and special equipment. The Police and Fire Departments are expected to be finished at a higher percentage 85% and 95%. During the PM Service a complete inspection can check for potential problems before they happen. Using this practice we can make minor repairs before they turn into large and costly ones.

Fleet Utility Front CompressedFleet Mangement is located at:

1705 Lafayette St.,
Fort Wayne, IN 46803-2320

Phone: (260) 427-2378

Fax: (260) 427-1045

Hours: 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

For scheduling a maintenance, call (260) 427-2391

City GarageHours:

6:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.

 

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Fleet Manager/Director
260-427-5291

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 MISSION

To provide City of Fort Wayne employees with appropriate transportation in the most economic, environmentally friendly and effective manner by following procedures developed to match each department's specific job function and utilization to the appropriate equipment specifications.