We received around 10 new vehicles in the month of February which has kept us extra busy. Some of these vehicles we send out to be up-fitted such as vehicles for the police department. Most of the pickups we up-fit here in the shop. This includes installing tool boxes, light bars, emergency lights in the grille and tail lights, running boards, etc
The in-car cameras in the patrol cars were around ten years old, and are obsolete to point we were unable to purchase parts for repair. Working together with the Police Department all 63 cameras were removed and
new cameras were installed. Thank you Lieutenant Jeff Bailey, Sergeant Dan Holdaway, Officer Travis Nye, Officer Jared Weech, and our Fleet Mechanics for the many hours required to accomplish this task.
The new dump truck for Waste Water is now fully set-up and put into service.
New asphalt hotbox for the Streets Section. This will keep asphalt warm to help with pothole repairs.
The new snowplow truck for Storm Water is complete and was used during snow removal during the large snow storm we had recently.
Parker Swainston attended a weeklong fire pump and accessories training class. He passed the exam and received the Fire Pumps and Accessories EVT (Emergency Vehicle Technician) certification.
Getting ready for snow removal.
Ordered many new vehicles including police, ambulance, pickups, etc.
Sold surplus vehicles through Public Surplus.com
Set-up the emergency lighting for three new Dodge 2-ton snow plow trucks