The City of Miramar Public Works Department Fleet Maintenance operates the Fleet Maintenance Facility which was opened on June 2, 2001. It is state of the art centralized facility where the City's fleet of vehicles are maintained and repaired.
The Fleet Maintenance Program supports the fleet operations of all City departments by providing high quality and cost effective fleet services ensuring that vehicles and equipment are reliable, safe, and suited for their job function. Assets managed by Department programs include more than 600 vehicles and equipment consisting of automobiles, vans, pickups, trucks, backhoes, loaders and specialty equipment such as vacuum trucks, street sweeper, etc. The Program provides mechanical repairs, preventive maintenance, lubrication, vehicle collision paint and body repairs, and road call services to the City fleet.
The Fleet Maintenance is also responsible for the City's fuel management which includes fuel sites and monitors fuel usage through an automated fuel system, FuelMaster. This includes fuel distribution for non-emergency and emergency situations, on-site and off-site fueling, facilities generator fueling and maintenance and repair of fuel storage tanks and dispensing equipment.
The Fleet Maintenance provides operational support for preparing new equipment, and vehicle and equipment specifications and replacement decisions and schedules. This includes coordinating vehicle purchases, assignments, change outs and disposal of retired assets.