Fleet coordinators in various departments are important liaisons between their vehicle and equipment operators and the FAS Fleet Management Division. General questions regarding the City's fleet should be directed to Finance and Administrative Services – Fleet Management, while questions regarding a specific department's fleet should be directed to that department.

DEPARTMENTNAMEOFFICE PHONE NUMBER

Arts Commission

Amanda Licorish

206-684-4758

City Light

Dustin Atkins

206-386-1711

Office for Civil Rights

Maria Rodriquez

206-684-0548

Seattle Information Technology Department

Kelly Walker

206-233-2787

Finance and Administrative Services - Animal Shelter

Donald Baxter

206-386-4292

Finance and Administrative Services - Regulatory Compliance and Consumer Protection

John Megow

206-386-1266

Finance and Administrative Services - Facilities

Jeff Brock

206-684-0827

Finance and Administrative Services - e-Go Motor Pool

Darcy Cinq-Mars

206-684-0164

Fire Department

Steven Skylstad

206-233-5041

Human Services Department

Diva Springmeyer

206-684-0923

Library

Longhair Warrior

206-386-4155

Mayor's Office

Rodney Stokes

206-684-8120

Municipal Court

Teresa Smith

206-684-5633

Neighborhoods

Jeanne Murphy

206-684-0176

Office of Housing

Denise Laird

206-684-0257

Parks and Recreation

Jeff Hodges

206-233-2776

Seattle Police Department

Josh Alexander

206-684-8772

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections

Charles Evens

206-615-1395

Seattle Department of Transportation

Ric Sahagun

206-684-8220

Seattle Center

Dave Roberts

206-684-7012

Seattle Public Utilities

Rick Matthews
Christopher Robertson

206-386-1843
206-386-1513

As authorized in the Seattle Municipal Code (SMC 3.126.010), the Fleet Management Division (FMD) centrally manages the City fleet to provide quality, cost-effective and environmentally sustainable vehicles and equipment to all City departments. FMD also provides vehicle and equipment acquisition, disposal and motor pool services, as well as replacement and green fleet planning to improve and maintain the quality of the City's fleet.

Once the City no longer needs specific vehicles and other fleet equipment, the surplus vehicles are sold at auction.

FMD utilizes City and state vendor contracts to purchase and manage fleet assets, vehicle parts, fuel and other fleet-related products and services. Visit the City Purchasing and Contracting Services website to learn how you can do business with FMD.

Business opportunities

If you're interested in doing fleet-related business with us, consider adding your business to the City's Online Business Directory (OBD).

Filing a claim

If you believe the City of Seattle is responsible for a loss, injury or damages incurred in an incident or accident, you can file a claim for damages against the City. Please visit Filing a Damage Claim for more information.