Facilities Maintenance

The Facilities Maintenance Department is the City's internal resource for maintenance, capital improvement and all cleaning of City Hall, Roosevelt Fire Station, the Police/Fire/Rescue Building, the Howard Miller Library and Community Center, the Street Maintenance Facility and the Cemetery Building. These facilities have a combined total of about 105,000 square feet.

Department Staff

The department consists of a 5-person staff including one supervisor and one maintenance person during the business day and also one Head Custodian and two part time staff during the evenings.


Most department responsibilities are handled "in house" by staff. Responsibilities include cleaning of all facilities. This can involve everything from dusting surfaces to refinishing floors and carpet machine cleaning. Setting up furniture in five activity rooms for the many different types of activities at the Howard Miller Community Center is another responsibility. Set-ups can range from small meetings to large gatherings. Maintenance and repair of HVAC, electrical, plumbing, mechanical equipment, structural, fire protection and security are also department responsibilities.

The department is also responsible for the internal services budget, capital improvement, building upgrades and major maintenance projects. Included are writing project specifications, obtaining bids from contractors, ensuring that all work is done correctly, and making sure that all buildings are in compliance with applicable federal and/or state laws and regulations.


Safety, comfort and attractiveness of city buildings are the goals of the Facilities Maintenance Department. Please feel free to contact us if there are any questions, comments, suggestions or concerns.