Leading Fleets Award Recipients

The Leading Fleets award recognizes operations that are performing at a high level in fleet innovation and leadership. This section features articles on this year's award recipients and articles about winners from prior years. The award is judged by a peer group of public-sector fleet managers.

Each year, Government Fleet magazine will name 50 Leading Fleets, with the top 20 being ranked. Additionally, there will be winners for No. 1 overall fleet, No. 1 small fleet (499 or fewer assets), No. 1 mid-size fleet (500-999 assets), and No. 1 large fleet (1,000 or more assets). To view a video introduction of the award, click here.

2017 Winners

No. 1 Overall Fleet: San Bernardino County, Calif.

No. 1 Small Fleet (499 or fewer assets): Dakota County, Minn.

No. 1 Mid-Size Fleet (500-999 assets): City of Greenville, S.C.

No. 1 Large Fleet (1,000 or more assets): San Bernardino County, Calif.

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2016 Winners

No. 1 Overall Fleet: City of Columbus, Ohio

No. 1 Small Fleet (499 or fewer assets): City of Buckeye, Ariz.

No. 1 Mid-Size Fleet (500-999 assets): City of Bellevue, Wash.

No. 1 Large Fleet (1,000 or more assets): City of Columbus, Ohio

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2015 Winners

No. 1 Overall Fleet: City of Boise, Idaho

No. 1 Small Fleet (499 or fewer assets): City of Ventura, Calif.

No. 1 Mid-Size Fleet (500-999 assets): Orange County Sanitation District, Calif.

No. 1 Large Fleet (1,000 or more assets): City of Boise, Idaho

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2014 Winners

No. 1 Overall Fleet: City of Mesa, Ariz.

No. 1 Small Fleet (499 or fewer assets): City of Ventura, Calif.

No. 1 Mid-Size Fleet (500-999 assets): City of Santa Ana, Calif.

No. 1 Large Fleet (1,000 or more assets): City of Mesa, Ariz.

50 Leading Fleets