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A Brief Look at the San Jose, Calif., Fleet

The City of San Jose, Calif., fleet consists of more than 2,750 vehicles, managed and maintained by a fleet staff of 60. Here's an overview of the city's fleet operation.

Sonoma County, Calif., Fleet Overview

The Sonoma County, Calif., fleet consists of more than 1,300 vehicles, managed and maintained by a fleet staff of 23. Here's an overview of the county's fleet operation.

Facebook Live - City of Ventura Fleet Tour

The Government Fleet team visited the City of Ventura, Calif., and learned about some of the fleet's newest vehicles from Mary Joyce Ivers, CPFP, fleet and facilities manager, and our 2017 Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year

Facility Tour: City of Oakland, Calif.

The City of Oakland Fleet Management Division maintains about 1500 on-road assets across two locations. The fleet recently started a financing program, that allows it to catch up on vehicle purchases following a 12-year freeze on replacements. In addition, the fleet has gotten greener, with the use of compressed natural gas, reenwable diesel, and battery-electric vehicles. Photos by Thi Dao

Facility Tour: City of San Antonio

The City of San Antonio, Texas, fleet services team manages 5,200 vehicles for the city. GFX attendees were taken on a tour of the City of San Antonio's fleet facility. Photos by Thi Dao and Roselynne Reyes.

Facility Tour: City of Tampa, Fla.

The City of Tampa, Fla., has a fleet of 3,500 vehicles representing 27 user departments. Its interim fleet manager, Connie White-Arnold, provides a tour of its main fleet facility. Read about the fleet here. 

Fleet Facility Tour: San Diego County, Calif.

San Diego County, Calif., opened up its new 45,000 square-foot fleet service operation in May. The building, including four levels of parking, cost $22 million. Read the article about the county's new facility. Photos by Vince Taroc

San Diego County Opens $22M Fleet Facility

San Diego County, Calif., opened its $22 million fleet facility building in May. The structure consists of a 45,000-square-foot ground floor fleet service operation and four levels of parking for fleet vehicles and county employees.