Fleet Maintenance is one of the Collierville Public Services Department’s eight divisions. If you walk behind the Public Services building on Keough Road, you’ll see the maintenance shop, a number of Town vehicles waiting to be serviced, and a brand new metal building. The new building houses tires for the larger vehicles – automated garbage trucks and fire trucks.
Response to Commercial Appeal Article
Date: July 26, 2017
Topic: Contaminants Found in Drinking Water
There was an article in the Commercial Appeal on July 26th titled "Memphis water meets health standards but that doesn't mean it's safe, group says". The article states “Of the six Shelby water systems in the report, the one with the most contaminants above health guidelines was Collierville’s, which had three. In addition to radiological contaminants and trihalomethanes, hexavalent chromium, a carcinogen associated with industrial discharges, was found in potentially unsafe levels in the Town’s water.”
Town of Collierville officials have not seen the research referred to in the Commercial Appeal article and cannot find any credible validation of their study.
Town of Collierville Finance Department Earns Award in Financial Reporting
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded Collierville’s Finance Department with the highest honor in governmental accounting and financial reporting, The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting.
Do you know how to use the Mayor’s Action Center? Here’s your How-To!
The Town of Collierville’s Mayor’s Action Center (MAC) is your go to resource for solving problems.
Collierville’s Fleet Maintenance Team Tightens the Bolt on Repair Costs
Fleet Maintenance is one of eight divisions of the Collierville Public Services Department. It’s a division that doesn’t have much visibility, but behind the scenes they are solving problems in innovative ways with the end result of making the most of every one of your tax dollars.
One example of their capabilities is the case of Units 614 (pictured) and 312. In Public Services speak, “units” are vehicles used in the performance of the services the department provides. These units visit Fleet Maintenance when they need a tune-up or some other service.