Property Management Division
Property Management Division was created to provide oversight in managing the City of Lansing's assets such as properties and buildings.
The Division is responsible for:
- Maintaining about 750 City owned properties and 223 buildings. This included making recommendations to the administration on which properties to purchase or sell as well as recommendations for maintenance or repair of buildings.
- Facility operations of special events, such as the Common Ground Music Festival, Silver Bells in the City, Old Town Festivals and many annual special events. This includes providing power, lights, water, sewer, and other work necessary to make the special events happen and to be a success.
- Works with other City of Lansing departments, other outside governmental agencies, private companies or businesses to make the special events a success for all participants
- Evaluates the City's energy usage and makes recommendations to reduce our energy consumption, use alternative fueled equipment, influence designs in green roofs and green buildings, purchase energy star rated equipment, and various other earth friendly actions
- Manages the City identification card system, building alarm systems, security services, and environmental issues related to properties
Building Maintenance Group
- Made up of liscensed trade personnel that facilitate maintenance activities and repairs
- Work with contractors to complete large repairs to acceptable standards
Building Service Group
- Made up of janitorial staff and outside contractors that continue to assist in maintaining buildings and properties