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The Senior Storekeeper is tasked with leading and overseeing the ordering, receiving, storing and issuing of parts, equipment, tools, supplies, and services used in the repair and maintenance of vehicles and heavy equipment.

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Sacramento County Switches to Renewable LNG

Sacramento County has announced that it will make the switch from liquefied natural gas (LNG) to renewable liquefied natural gas (RLNG) in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Sacramento County Adopts Renewable Diesel

Sacramento County, Calif. has begun using renewable diesel to fuel many of its heavy-duty vehicles, including more than 400 municipal public works trucks and specialty vehicles.

Grant Helps Calif. County Expand CNG Fleet

Sacramento County, Calif., was recently awarded $600,000 in grant money and plans to expand its fleet of compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles for three departments.

Calif. County Pilots GPS in 200 Vehicles

Sacramento County, Calif., will evaluate the benefits of GPS telematics on 200 of its fleet vehicles over the next six months to determine if it will expand telematics use to 2,000 vehicles.

Sacramento County Opens New CNG Station

Sacramento County, Calif., opened its new $1.9 million compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station on Aug. 5, helping the county fleet transition to CNG from liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Sacramento County to Demo Electric Refuse Trucks

​Sacramento County (Calif.) will be testing out two battery-electric heavy-duty refuse trucks to see how they compare with diesel and natural gas vehicles. The county will demo the TransPower "ElecTrucks" at no cost for two years.

Sacramento City Fleet Manager Moves to County

Keith Leech, previously fleet manager for the City of Sacramento, is now the chief of Sacramento County's Fleet Division & Parking Enterprise. He started at his new position on Jan. 26.

Calif. County Moves to CNG

Sacramento County, Calif., has begun switching to compressed natural gas (CNG) from liquified natural gas (LNG) for its fleet by awarding a contract to TruStar Energy for fueling infrastructure.

Sacramento County Fleet Manager Retires

James Collins, fleet and parking chief of Sacramento County, Calif., will retire after March 28. He has worked at the county for 32 years. Sacramento County will hold a competitive open examination for his position, expected to take several months.

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