Geneva’s Street and Fleet Division is responsible for the planning and delivery of maintenance services and programs including streets, sidewalks and alleys; public and commuter parking lots; signs and pavement markings; streetscape; cemetery; urban forestry; and community festival support. The division also provides residents with information about tree maintenance and watering.
In addition, the Street and Fleet Division is responsible for managing fleet services associated with the maintenance of the entire city-owned fleet of 175 vehicles and equipment. This is accomplished by utilizing a modern computer-based system emphasizing preventive care and comprehensive cost controls.
Some of the more noteworthy services managed by this division are:
Brush and leaf collection program
Pothole filling/pavement repairs
Snow and ice control services
Parkway tree planting, pruning, and removal
Safe and Sustainable Snowfighting Award
The Division has been honored by the receipt of the Salt Institute’s “Safe and Sustainable Snowfighting” Award, which recognizes public snow and ice control programs for the establishment and implementation of policies, procedures, and facilities that support superior environmental management of de-icing materials.