The Property Management Department is responsible for all major building capital projects. Besides providing maintenance, construction and ongoing renovation services, the Department also develops plans to ensure the County’s compliance with applicable legislation concerning building and program access; conducts space utilization studies and makes recommendations to maximize the efficient use of property; and develops and evaluates ongoing energy conservation efforts. The Department has 68 employees, and an adopted operating budget of $8,775,366 for 2016, per Board Resolution 766 dated December 15, 2015.
Department Mission Statement:
Manage and operate the County's capital assets by developing and maintaining cost conscious, sustainable, quality facilities and environments.