Facilities Management Division (FMD), a Division of the General Services Agency, formerly known as the Buildings and Grounds Department.
18.04.04 County Building, Facilities, and Properties
All County-owned facilities are the property of Glenn County. As such, they are subject to the acquisition, maintenance, and replacement determinations of the Board of Supervisors, or Facilities Management Division, acting as the division with delegated authority to perform these functions. Departments which occupy County-owned facilities have no ownership or specific entitlement to those facilities, except for special or preferential use restrictions as may be required by funding sources or Board policy.
18.04.06 County Facilities Planning Committee (CFPC)
The County Facilities Planning Committee (CFPC) was created pursuant to Glenn County Board of Supervisors’ Minute Order #28, dated January 31, 1995. The CFPC acts to make recommendations, as appropriate, to the Board of Supervisors regarding issues or needs for County facilities.
The County Facilities Planning Committee serves at the pleasure of the Board of Supervisors and includes the following members: the Public Works Director or designee; the Director of Finance or designee; the County Assessor/Recorder or designee; the Facilities Manager, Planning & Community Development Services Agency Chief Building Official or designee; two (2) Board of Supervisor members; the Sheriff-Coroner or designee; County ADA Compliance Officer or designee; and one (1) alternate Board of Supervisor member. Any five members, as listed herein, constitute a quorum.
18.04.08 Use of County Owned Property
A. All departments, divisions, or other dependent or independent public or private entities which occupy an improved property, rented, leased or owned by the County which is used to provide any government service shall request approval for any electrical, plumbing, wiring, or repair or construction work of any kind to be done on the County owned property or to the exterior or interior of the building(s) by first submitting a work order to the Glenn County Facilities Department. Janitorial/Custodial services shall be provided by county staff. (Government Code 31000)
B. The Glenn County Facilities Department will act as the Project Manager for all projects referred to in section A above. The Glenn County Facilities Department will determine whether county staff or an outside contractor will perform the work requested, contract for any work to be performed, and/or supervise the work to be done.
C. Before any departments, divisions, or other dependent or independent public or private entities which occupy an improved property or a building owned by the County which is used to provide any government services increases or decreases their square footage within a county owned property, or a county owned building, a request to do so shall be submitted to the Building Services Department. The County Facilities Department, who will make a recommendation regarding the request to the County Administrative Officer, who will approve or disapprove the request, will review the request.