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.
- 61 fuel sites located throughout Philadelphia.
Joseph Rosati is a lifelong resident of the city of Philadelphia with over 39 years of extensive knowledge in fleet management. At the age of 14, Joseph started out as a mechanic in the private sector working for a small auto repair shop. In 1993 he entered the public sector as an Automotive Maintenance Technician for the City of Philadelphia and proceeded to promote to Automotive Maintenance Teamleader, Fleet Maintenance Supervisor, Assistant Fleet Manager, and Deputy Commissioner for operations. Joseph implements best fleet maintenance practices that enable the City to gain efficiencies and effectiveness in service delivery. Joseph’s vision is to modernize the fleet and create a sustainable replacement program. As Commissioner, Joseph oversees all aspects of Fleet Management for the City of Philadelphia which includes 16 repair facilities, 1 administrative office, and 61 fuel sites. Joseph manages the writing of specifications, up-fitting of vehicles, acquisition, repair, preventative maintenance, and disposal of all City-owned vehicles and equipment.