The Municipal Fleet Managers Association began in an informal fashion in 1980. It originally consisted of a few governmental fleet managers meeting to discuss and decipher their computer generated reports. In October of 1993, the Municipal Fleet Managers Association was incorporated as a non-profit organization.

    The Municipal Fleet Managers Association has evolved into a professional organization consisting of public fleet managers and supervisors. Out intent is to promote cost effective fleet management policies, procedures and techniques among our members through technical and managerial education and training. Information on current products is exchanged through vendor contact. Specific problems concerning government fleet operations is shared by members at each monthly meeting.officially

    M.F.M.A. membership is open to all qualified individuals who are involved in the management or maintenance of a government fleet.


Ford Motor Company Presentation

Tuesday, August 21, 2018 ~ 8:00AM
Breakfast at Belvedere Banquets
1170 W. Devon at Rohlwing Road
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
General Motors Chevrolet Presentation

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 ~ 8:00AM
Breakfast at Belvedere Banquets
1170 W. Devon at Rohlwing Road
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 ~ 8:00AM ~ Breakfast Meeting at
Belvedere Banquets
1170 W. Devon at Rohlwing RD.
 Next to Charlie’s Char House, Elk Grove Village, IL.
Municipal Fleet Managers Association


Ron Lino (Skokie)  John Cailey (Schaumburg)  Jim Inglese (Naperville) Dave Lotz (Homewood)
Job Posting

The City of Crest Hill

is accepting applications and testing for



Job Posting

The Village of Skokie

 is accepting applications for the position of

Automotive Mechanic


Job Posting

Village of Mount Prospect




Job Posting

Palatine Park District


Fleet Maintenance Supervisor



Job Posting

City of Lake Forest


Heavy Equipment Mechanic



Job Posting


Fleet Project Manager Position



Job Posting


Fleet Project Manager Position



Potential New MFMA Members
MFMA application

should be e-mailed to me or sent to my home for formal approval at the next scheduled normal meeting !

Jack Gray



 Ford Customer Satisfaction Program for certain 2013-2017 MY Police Interceptor Utility vehicles

Exhaust odor and carbon monoxide complaints


17B25 - Dealer Bulletin.pdf - 17B25 - Owner Letter.pdf - 17B25 - Technical Instructions.pdf - 17B25 Facts about Carbon Monoxide and Police Vehicles.pdf


Attached is a letter from Ford Motor Company concerning the Carbon Monoxide issue that is affecting the Ford Interceptor (Explorer).

Ford’s investigation into this issue is ongoing. However, the company has discovered holes and unsealed spaces in the back of some Police Interceptor Utilities that had police equipment
installed after leaving Ford’s factory. Below is the link for the video explaining Fords position. 


Ford Takes Action for First Responders; Underscores No Issue with Carbon Monoxide in Regular Explorer

DEARBORN, Mich., July 28, 2017 – Today, Ford Motor Company is taking action to help address the concerns of first responders driving Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles. Drivers of regular, non-police Ford Explorers have no reason to be concerned.

While there have been reports of exhaust odors in some regular Explorers, those instances are unrelated to reports of carbon monoxide described by some police departments. If a vehicle has such an odor, customers should bring it to a Ford dealer to address that issue.

Addressing specific concerns from Ford police customers, Hau Thai-Tang, executive vice president, Product Development and Purchasing said, “There is nothing we take more seriously than providing you with the safest and most reliable vehicles.



"The City of Chicago is a national leader in combatting climate change and creating a cleaner, more sustainable future. We are proud that the Ford Motor Company has decided to build its new hybrid police vehicles here in Chicago. The new cars coming out of Chicago will cut carbon emissions and save resources for cities and towns across the country, while contributing to our local economy and representing another innovative export from the nation’s global transportation hub.

Ford Police Responder™ Hybrid Sedan Concept

Dear MFMA Members,

As an additional benefit to your annual MFMA membership, you have been added to the Chicago Area Clean Cities Coalition’s email list. Some of you may already receive these communications. If not, let me introduce you to Clean Cities.


 Here are Three Files Concerning Fuel Management Information and Bidding For Members Only


Fuel Management System Survey


Glenview Bid Doc Fuel Management System

Officer Safety/Escape Risk In New Ford Interceptors



Possible Dodge Charger Security Flaws




2018 Monthly Meeting Schedule

Updated on Events Page.


Members Only.

If you have trouble logging in, use the feedback form to let the web manager know and it will be corrected as soon as possible.



Law Enforcement Vehicles Body Builder Advisory Service

2020 Ford PI information sheet


Law Enforcement Vehicles

2015 sales brochure

New SUV. Same DNA.

Introducing an SUV that’s powerful, safe, and efficient enough to be called Pursuit. Dodge Durango Pursuit. It’s equipped to be fit for your finest.

More power when it's needed most.

The long arm of the law.
With bigger biceps.


When it comes to power, Dodge Durango Pursuit’s all-wheel drive never disappoints. Instead, it gives you an impressive 7,200 pounds of towing capacity(1) for more pull on the mean streets. It’s legendary available 5.7L HEMI® V8 cranks out 360 horsepower, and 390 lb. ft. of torque rivals its brethren, Charger Pursuit.

Investigate Power
Safety behind the wheel.

Safety in numbers


With heavy duty suspension and larger anti-lock four-wheel disc brakes, your finest will feel even finer and safer behind the wheel.

Investigate Safety
High efficiency whether it's V6 or V8

Less fuel per shift


The efficiency of a standard 3.6-liter Pentastar® V6 engine with an EPA-estimated 25 mpg highway(2) or an available 5.7-liter HEMI® V8 engine with an estimated 22 mpg highway(2).

Investigate Efficiency

MFMA Members

Special Projects Director Jim Breitzman has completed a group of surveys and they are listed in the Library of the members only section.

Vehicle Damage Survey MFMA

MFMA plow survey results

Results-Mileage Reimbursement vs Municipal Supplied Vehicle Survey

Results Fleet Dept. Comparison survey

Vehicle replacement totals survey

Vehicle-Eq. brand-Results survey2

Results Parts survey

Results Tool & salary survey

MFMA Fuel Survey Results

The Members Have Spoken  !

Members email listing

A New Page will be added to the members only section that will not only list all MFMA members but will also include the managers name, phone and email. This will allow for communication to one or all of the membership at one time. To begin this system we need to first gather the current information. If you would like to have this service please use the Feedback Form  and send us the information needed.


Members Questions?


If you are a member and you wish to ask a Question of all Members or just one.


Please Submit It On The Members email Form And It Will Be Listed

Do you have a Question or Comment?

The Feedback form is now active.

Postal address :


c/o Jack Gray

505 Lincoln Blvd.

Lehigh Acres, Florida, 33936



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