What we do
The Office of Fleet Management (OFM) assures that City vehicles and other automotive equipment are available, dependable, and safe to operate so that City departments and agencies can deliver services.
OFM is responsible for the acquisition, repair, maintenance, and disposal of all City-owned vehicles and equipment. We also fuel our vehicles through our department-operated fuel stations.
We maintain an active fleet of approximately 6,000 vehicles, including over 900 pieces of specialized equipment. From fire trucks to riding mowers, we make sure City employees have the vehicles they need to do their jobs. Our efforts help City services operate efficiently and drive the City forward.
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.