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Program Description

  Facilities Management

The Division of Facilities Management's mission is to provide the comprehensive planning and delivery of maintenance services and oversight of building-related operations at County facilities used by County staff and residents. Components of these programs are:

  • routine, preventive, and corrective maintenance;
  • custodial and housekeeping, grounds maintenance, recycling, and trash removal services;
  • building structure and building envelope maintenance;
  • engineering support services and various project management services;
  • electrical/mechanical systems operations and maintenance;
  • small to mid-sized building remodeling projects;
  • snow removal and storm damage repair from snow, wind, rain, and storm events; and
  • internal customer services.

Through Building Automation Systems (BAS), technicians implement an energy management program to monitor and maintain heating and cooling systems, ensuring the most efficient use of these services.

In addition, Facilities Management oversees moving services and several comprehensive Capital Improvements Program (CIP) projects aimed at sustaining efficient and reliable facility operations to protect and extend the life of the County's investment in facilities and equipment.

Program Contacts

Contact Angela Dizelos of the Department of General Services at 240.777.6028 or Rachel Silberman of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.777.2770 for more information regarding this department's operating budget.


Program Performance Measures

Program Performance MeasuresActual FY21Actual FY22Estimated FY23Target FY24Target FY25
Condition of non-critical building systems and aesthetics: Dollars of custodial and ground maintenance on all County properties ($000) 1$7,597$7,907$8,073$10,158$10,158
Average percent of work orders completed in quarter71.2%80.4%85.0%85.0%85.0%
Facilities Maintenance: Internal customer survey satisfaction rating (scale of 1-4)
1  FY24 and FY25 include contract increases and additional funds for grounds maintenance and custodial for fire stations.

Program Budget Changes

FY24 Approved ChangesExpendituresFTEs
FY23 Approved28200612106.70
Shift: Enhance Facilities Maintenance Support of Volunteer-owned Fire Stations by Shifting Facilities Maintenance to the Department of General Services 20000000.00
Increase Cost: Custodial Services Contractual Cost Increases12658750.00
Increase Cost: Contractual Cost Increase for Grounds and Mowing Services; Electrical Controls; and Fire Suppression System Inspection Services1347780.00
Increase Cost: Nebel Street Emergency Shelter Maintenance1230000.00
Technical Adj: Personnel Cost Alignment00.50
Add: Enhance Facilities Maintenance Support of Volunteer owned Fire Stations05.00
Re-align: One-time Budget Adjustment to Reflect Higher than Expected Vacant Positions-316680.00
Reduce: Abolish Two Vacant Building Services Worker Positions -136616-2.00
Multi-program adjustments, including negotiated compensation changes, employee benefit changes, changes due to staff turnover, reorganizations, and other budget changes affecting multiple programs.13913010.00
FY24 Approved32947282110.20