"We Keep DeKalb Rolling"
Fleet Maintenance maintains an impressive record of keeping more than 95% of the approximate 3,200 County vehicles in service in order to serve DeKalb citizens.
Co-op Program with Warren Technical School
DeKalb County uses propane gas for some of its vehicles which is a cleaner burning fuel than gasoline. Mack Truck, a partner of DeKalb County, is actively developing light and medium duty trucks that can run on landfill gas (methane) which is another alternative fuel that burns cleaner than gasoline and is a renewable resource since it is continually produced from DeKalb County’s Seminole Landfill.
DeKalb County Fleet Maintenance has partnered with Warren Technical School by providing a job training program for students to learn to be productive well trained technicians in the automotive field.