What we do
The Office of Fleet Management (OFM) makes sure that the City’s vehicles are available, dependable, and safe.
OFM buys and maintains vehicles for 43 City departments. The fleet includes ambulances, garbage trucks, police cruisers, riding mowers, snow plows, and more. All together, OFM is responsible for:
- Over 6,000 vehicles owned by the City and its partners.
- 16 repair facilities staffed by Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)-certified technicians.
- 64 fuel sites located throughout Philadelphia.
Christopher P. Cocci is a 37-year City employee who began his career in the Streets Department, Sanitation Division as a truck technician and was promoted to a shop foreman. In 1993, the Office of Fleet Management was formed, and he rose through the ranks to become a shop supervisor, assistant fleet manager, and deputy fleet manager before being named fleet manager for the office. A lifelong Philadelphia resident, Cocci grew up in the Holmesburg section and now resides in Northeast Philadelphia’s Torresdale neighborhood.