The Cumberland County Electrical Division is responsible for the care and maintenance of many critical systems throughout all of the county facilities. These include two 24/7 operations: the Cumberland County Jail in Portland and the Cumberland County Regional Communications Center in Windham.
The systems the electrical division maintains and oversees include:
- Backup power
- Building access control
- Data and telephone lines
- Energy conservation
- Fire alarms
- Lightning protection
- Power distribution
- Video surveillance
The electrical staff consists of 2 state-licensed electricians and 1 electronics technician.
The Maintenance Department at the Cumberland County Courthouse complex has a Maintenance Supervisor, a Maintenance Tech, and 2 Assistant Maintenance Techs.
We are responsible for all maintenance, HVAC repair, plumbing, painting, and carpentry in the buildings. We are also responsible for snow removal in the winter and grounds beautification in the summer with the help of the custodial staff.
Fleet Maintenance Division
The Cumberland County Fleet maintenance facility is responsible for the care and maintenance of all county vehicles and equipment. We are also responsible for the preparation of all vehicle bids.
We currently maintain about 100 vehicles. This includes marked patrol cars, detective cars, prisoner transport, and 4-wheel-drive trucks for snow removal. The vehicles travel over 1.25 million miles annually.
We take great pride in our preventive maintenance program. Vehicle safety is our first concern. In an effort to help control pollution in our environment, we have an extensive recycling program for all the waste that is generated from the maintenance of the fleet.