The Maricopa County Facilities Management Department (FMD) is responsible for 238 County owned properties totaling approximately 10.5 million gross square feet.
FMD is made up of six divisions including Capital Facilities, Planning, Operation and Maintenance, Real Estate, Protective Services, and Business Services.
As the landlord for County owned facilities, FMD provides essential corrective and predictive Operations and Maintenance services to ensure a safe and comfortable working environment
for County employees and the public they serve. FMD is responsible for master planning, space planning, and design and construction management of new Capital Facilities,
Tenant Improvements, and upgrades to building systems and equipment. The Real Estate Division administers the County’s real estate and space needs including the acquisition of
land and improvements, acquisition of leased space, maintaining databases of county owned and leased facilities, and disposal of excess real property. Protective Services provides
security, parking and transportation services to the public, Maricopa County elected officials, departments, employees, visitors, and jurors so they can conduct County and Court business
and receive County services in a safe and secure environment.