Crossposted from KC Employee News
The “spray on, wipe off” method is the latest and most environmentally sustainable way of washing vehicles, saving 33 gallons of water per car wash, and the Fleet Administration Division (Fleet) is a leader in this effort.
Fleet recently finalized a five-year contract with Eco Service USA for fleet vehicle cleaning, after using their service on a pay-as-you-go basis for the last year. The new contract is already helping King County tackle climate change and reduce its environmental impact. Continue reading Fleet’s waterless carwash contract saves 33 gallons per wash
King County Fleet Administration held its version of a spring garage sale last month, but customers weren’t shopping for gently-worn sweaters or antique dishware. Instead, bids were taken on scores of tractors, autos, vans, pickups, trucks and heavy machinery.
Fleet Administration holds two auto and heavy equipment auctions each year, one in spring and one in fall. Both are on Saturdays, and both are open to the general public as well as to nonprofits and government agencies and employees. Here’s an inside glimpse at what you might see there:
Continue reading Record number of bidders for Fleet Administration spring auction
Great customer service takes great employees. That’s why employee engagement is one of the keys to the program of continuous improvement at King County.
The 2016 King County Employee Survey is now underway, and in the video below Transportation Director Harold Taniguchi is among the County leaders who explain why the survey is important to them and how they will act on the results.
Continue reading Delivering better customer service, by listening to employees