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Director Brian Reynolds 

Before coming to Smith County, Brian Reynolds was most recently Director of Fleet Operations for Texas DPS, where he had been since 2014. There, he directed operations and maintenance of more than 5,000 law enforcement vehicles across Texas. Reynolds also served as Fleet Manager for Milwaukee County in Wisconsin; General Manager of Professional Transportation Inc. in Indiana; and General Services, Fleet and Asset Manager for the American Red Cross in Madison, Wisconsin.

A native of Wisconsin, Reynolds is a U.S. Army veteran, where he worked in military intelligence as a Radio Signal Intercept Operator. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and certifications in Project Management and OSHA General Safety.

Reynolds is married to Jennifer, his wife of more than 20 years, and together they have six children and have fostered more than 30 others in their home. The Reynolds are active in their church and community and will often be found at their children’s activities in the area.

Smith County Fleet Administration was formed in 2017, to administer the policies of the Commissioners Court related to vehicles and centralize management of Smith County fleet assets. The duties of the fleet administrator include:

  • Providing specifications for Smith County vehicles and equipment
  • Planning lifecycle and replacement schedules
  • Managing vehicle replacement and maintenance budgets 
  • Advise Commissioners Court as SME regarding vehicles and policies
  • Maintain Fleet Management System and related information

Location

Fleet Administration Office
200 E Ferguson, Suite 210Smith Tahoe
Tyler, Texas 75702

Phone: (903) 590-1717
Mobile
: (903) 245-3798

Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, M - F

Spring 2018 Newsletter
Summer 2018 Newsletter 2

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

StaffTitleDepartmentsPhoneEmail
Reynolds, BrianFleet Management DirectorFleet Management (903) 590-1717

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