The Mechanic Shop Department of Public Works is responsible for the maintenance of 164 city vehicles which consist of work trucks, dump trucks and police cars, eight (8) fire trucks, twenty-eight (28) generators, and ninety (90) units of heavy equipment consisting of bobcats, trackhoes etc. The City’s in house warehouse keeps inventory of all parts and lubricants that are needed on a day-to-day basis. The Shop Department utilizes a Fleet Maintenance Program for tracking of all cost required to maintain city owned equipment and a GPS system for tracking all city vehicles. It is the City’s policy to utilize both preventative and corrective maintenance measures in the use of City equipment to assure equipment longevity and a cost-effective life cycle of all vehicles and equipment.