The Facilities Management Department has oversight of 18 different building locations which house 25 different departments. The buildings comprise more than 528,259 sq feet.
The Facilities Management Department within itself is divided into four main divisions of services. Administration, Maintenance, Custodial and Mail Room Operations. The Facilities Management Department is charged with all of the aspects of the building management. Services include electronic security systems, preventive maintenance, building repairs, energy efficiency programs, recycling and green programs, work orders, custodial operations and mail services. These operations cover the buildings from top to bottom with everything from grounds, snow removal and parking lots to building operations, construction and roof maintenance.
Key buildings of oversight for Facilities Management include the Clay County Administration Building also referred to as the “Old Courthouse”. This building sits on the Historic registry and was constructed in 1935 with mason Senator Harry S. Truman taking part in the Masonic ceremonial of the laying of the cornerstone. Other buildings are the Rooney Justice Center, which houses the 7th Judicial Circuit Court with 8 Divisions, the Kenneth R. Elliott Juvenile Justice Center and a 392-bed capacity Detention Facility.
The Facilities Management Department maintains building operations for both our Clay County employees and the citizens that the County serves. The Facilities Management Department provides services on a 24/7 basis and is known as the “go to” department when needs arise.
Proactively preserve, sustain and improve all County capital assets in a professional, responsive, innovative and cost-effective way to create a safe and stable environment.