"Our mission is to provide maintenance and repair of equipment for safe operation
in the most efficient and cost effective manner possible
for the Department/Division and Citizens of Greeley."
1300 "A" Street, Bldg. C
Greeley, CO 80631
Central Fleet Supervisor:
Email Chris Herbst, or call 970.336.4094
Email Tammi Anderson or call 970.350.9376
1300 "A" Street, Bldg. A
Greeley, CO 80631
Email Rick Perez, or call 970.350.9378
Email Misty Lowe or call 970.350.9378
Central & Transit Fleet:
Accounts Payable / Administrative Specialist:
Email Pat Douma or call 970.350.9379
Did you know?
Annual Budget: $3,183,509.
Total fleet size is 627 (includes 44 units for the Fire Department and 36 Public Bus units).
We generate 3,927 work orders per year.
We dispense 429,506 gallons of fuel per year.
The average fleet life is 9.66 years.
Miles driven per year are 2,943,035
The Transit Fleet section maintains vans for the City of Fort Collins VanGo program that originate in Greeley.
Vendors are used when cost effective for repairs such as windshields, painting, bodywork, wash facilities and some types of engine repair. The shifts for Equipment Maintenance Central Fleet Technicians are from 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with Administrative Staff available until 6:00 p.m., and an emergency on-call person is designated for after hour calls, including 24 hours on weekends. The shifts for Equipment maintenance Transit Fleet are from 6:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. to accommodate bus routes with on call Saturday and Sunday for transit buses. The Equipment Maintenance Division has received APWA Accreditation and supports the A.S.E. (Automotive Service Excellence) Certified Mechanic program.
The City of Greeley uses seven outlying fuel sites owned by the City of Greeley. Transit vehicles fuel at the 1300 "A" Street site used only for "GET" operations as mandated by Federal Regulations.
For additional information regarding Equipment Maintenance operations, contact the Fleet Manager at 970.350.9375 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Preventative Maintenance - Extending the life of the vehicles
Vehicle service schedule
General Repairs - Necessary repairs to maintain proper working status
Outside vendor repairs
Safety Inspections - Safe operation of City vehicles
Vehicle Inventory - Equipment that keeps the City running smoothly
Fuel Tracking - Fuel Resources
The diversity in skills and experience within our mechanical staff has enabled cross training in an array of areas such as warranty repair tracking, heavy duty equipment, hydraulics, heating/AC experience and certifications, All-Data and other types of problem solving sources, incentives for on-call service, shop operation and repair savings, bus factory training, lift training, customer satisfaction programs, supervisory and team leadership programs, and diversity of heavy and light duty experience.