Montgomery County Facilities Management plans, coordinates, and supervises all phases of facility maintenance, operations, and construction. It is responsible for providing maintenance services for most county buildings and grounds and operates the county's three regional parks.
Our team of engineers, maintenance personnel, and other skilled professionals work together to provide first-class facility services.
The Building Maintenance Division is responsible for maintaining approximately 40 county building facilities comprising 3 million square feet. The Engineering and Construction Division is in charge of planning, designing, and managing projects. The Parks Management Division maintains several county-owned grounds.
Please visit our department pages to learn more about each department's function. We are proud of our services and we know you will be as well.
This division, under the Administrative Services Department, is responsible for the maintenance, cleaning and grounds care for the majority of the buildings owned and operated by the Board of County Commissioners.
Courthouse Square, operated by the Board of County Commissioners, is an outdoor entertainment facility located at the corner of Third and Main Streets in the heart of downtown Dayton.
The mission of the Montgomery County Engineer’s Office is to maintain and improve a local roadway network which will provide for the safe and efficient movement of the traveling public and a healthy local economy.
The Engineering and Construction Management office oversees the planning, design, and construction of most county facilities and parks.
Learn more details about Montgomery's parks, special events, tournaments, and frequently asked questions.