Vehicle Maintenance

Our Mission
Our first responsibility is to provide safe, reliable installation and repairs to our customers by maintaining equipment for the city's departments, assuring them that they are able to perform their duties, carry out tasks and provide services for the citizens of Prattville.


Our Vision
Vehicle Maintenance is responsible to our employees to secure the best training that we can offer, to keep them abreast of changes and new technology in the automotive field, securing our customer's requirements will be met in the highest quality manner appropriate for the future.


Our Values
We provide safe and reliable working conditions for our employees who maintain a responsible and accountable work ethic and treat our customers with respect, dignity and courtesy. We hold ourselves to the highest ethical and professional standards, acting with integrity and honesty.


Our City
Our final responsibility is to our citizens, whom we ultimately work for by practicing fiscal responsibility, spending their taxes conservatively and being mindful when making decisions that affect them.


The Vehicle Maintenance Division literally keeps the City of Prattville rolling.


It is the responsibility of this department to service, maintain and repair approximately 350 vehicles and assorted equipment ranging from fire trucks, to packer trucks, to lawnmowers and weed eaters, which are the property of the municipality.


Eleven employees are assigned to Vehicle Maintenance. Mechanic-technicians are certified and continue to seek training so that downtime for vehicles in their care is kept to a minimum. Crews work eight hours per day, five days a week, and are on call at night and weekends in case any emergencies arise.


Additionally, the department assists with tags and titles for equipment and handles any surplus equipment sales for the City.



Performing maintenance on a police cruiser.


Contact Info:
530 Doster Road
Prattville, AL 36067


Mailing Address:
101 West Main Street
Prattville, Al 36067


Division Superintendent:
Lee Carter


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