City Maintenance Software – Municipal Asset Management

municiaplitiesCity and municipal maintenance is not a small task for any city, small or large. When a pipe is leaking or breaks, it is an emergency that could potentially put lives in danger. Having proper maintenance routines is foundational for an municipality, and having software to support this is a must. Track all of the street segments, pipes, drains, and sewers in your city, and schedule preventive maintenance inspections for equipment that needs to be maintained. The benefits of implementing CMMS to support your municipal maintenance are easy to see and essential to realize.

Using Maintenance Connection’s simple, easy-to-use web-based application can help your City or Municipality increase asset life, track maintenance costs, prevent and predict asset failures, improve labor productivity, reduce costly downtimes, minimize investments in inventory, and lower the total cost of maintenance.

A CMMS for every government environment

Municipality

The lives and well being of citizens depend on critical assets maintained by the municipality. Water breaks or emergency power outages can potentially put lives in danger.

Municipality maintenance professionals turn to Maintenance Connection’s for the following CMMS features:

  • Track all street segments.
  • Monitor the health of pipes, drains and sewers.
  • Implement preventive maintenance citywide.
  • Increase asset life.
  • Track maintenance costs.
  • Reduce downtime.
  • Minimize inventory investments.
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Parks & Recreation

The parks and recreation department is tasked with the challenge to keep city parks at peak condition for citizens. Consistent maintenance is needed throughout these areas on assets like fixtures, drinking fountains, playgrounds and paved areas. To ensure these assets are up and running and avoid downtime, parks and recreation departments implement preventive maintenance.

Maintenance professionals in the parks and recreation department use Maintenance Connection to implement preventive maintenance on assets like:

  • Bike Paths
  • Benches
  • Campgrounds
  • Drains
  • Fences
  • Landscape
  • Light Fixtures
  • Signage
  • Swimming pools
  • Sports Areas (Basketball and Tennis Courts)
  • Restrooms
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Water & Wastewater

The maintenance of water and wastewater treatments plants is essential to provide clean water to all citizens. Water plant operators depend on the upkeep of critical assets to remove harmful materials, chemical compounds and microorganisms for clean, safe water.

Water and wastewater operations and maintenance professionals use Maintenance Connection’s CMMS for features to:

  • Record meters and gauge readings.
  • Schedule routine readings.
  • Minimize mission-critical asset downtime.
  • Implement preventive maintenance schedules.
  • Predict plant downtime.
  • Improve labor productivity.
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Municipality

The lives and well being of citizens depend on critical assets maintained by the municipality. Water breaks or emergency power outages can potentially put lives in danger.

Municipality maintenance professionals turn to Maintenance Connection’s for the following CMMS features:

  • Track all street segments.
  • Monitor the health of pipes, drains and sewers.
  • Implement preventive maintenance citywide.
  • Increase asset life.
  • Track maintenance costs.
  • Reduce downtime.
  • Minimize inventory investments.
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