Fleet Management


The Fleet Management Department services more than 850 units at three county-owned garages on Rockland Key, Marathon, and Plantation Key. This department is responsible for maintaining, repairing, and providing fuel for the county fleet, which includes automobiles, vans, trucks, heavy equipment, and 70 generators.

group of fleet employees at the BOCC meeting to accept award

Monroe County Fleet Management Department’s three maintenance shops obtained Blue Seal of Excellence certifications from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). The shops are the first public or private auto repair facilities in Monroe County to achieve the certification. 

Blue Seal of Excellence certifications require at least 75 percent of technicians performing diagnostics and repairs to be ASE-certified, and at least one ASE-certified technician must cover each area of service offered in the shop. Monroe County’s Fleet Management team has 15 technicians holding a total of 122 ASE certifications, with 11 Master certifications.

Internal Service Fund

This department is an internal service fund, in which each participating county department or agency pays its fair share to fund this department’s entire budget. One participating agency is the Sheriff’s Department, which has more than 300 vehicles.


Interlocal agreements with Monroe County School Board, Monroe County Sheriff's Office, and other agencies allow for mutual access to fueling facilities and assistance with routine maintenance, inspections, and repairs. In addition, the department provides:

  • Annual fuel and generator maintenance contracts
  • Emergency road services and hurricane recovery assistance
  • Law enforcement speedometer calibrations
  • Minor paint and body repairs for vehicles
  • Specification and bid packages for new vehicles
  • Surplus vehicle sales