COLLABORATIVE AND HIGHLY INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS

Systems designed to work together reduce IT costs, staffing and business bottlenecks

ALWAYS AVAILABLE CLOUD SOLUTIONS

MaintStar hosted solutions lower the bar on costs; raise it on efficiency

GIS READINESS TAKE TECHNICIANS TO THE NEXT LEVEL

Geospatial map integration and utilization allow you to work smarter and work faster

MUNICIPALITIES INCREASE EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION

Customization and flexibility allows MaintStar to be your custom solution

MOBILE SOLUTIONS INSPIRE BROAD PRODUCTIVITY GAINS

Your citizens get engaged and field operations are connected any time, any place
ASSET & MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

ASSET & MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

  • Public Works & Utilities
  • Parks & Landscape
  • Fleet & Facilities
  • Inspections
  • GIS Map Integration
  • Work Planning
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT

  • Land Development
  • Permit Applications
  • Licensing
  • Code Enforcement
  • Inspections
  • Plan Review
  • GIS Map Integration
  • Scheduling
MOBILE APPS & CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT

MOBILE APPS & CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT

  • Service Request Center
  • Community Portal
  • Mobile Citizen
  • Mobile Workforce
  • Mobile Inspections
  • Map Access

MAINTSTAR AT WORK

LATEST NEWS

  • New smart app in Alameda County matches technology with civic engagement

    Alameda County has over 1.5 million people, which means when a tree falls in the road, a power line goes down, or a teenager with a spray can decides they’re an artist, it can affect a lot of people.

    County residents now have a new tool for reporting issues like these to their Alameda County Public Works Agency, and it comes in the form of a smartphone application called Mobile Citizen. The app, available for iPhones and Android phones, allows citizens to take a photo of the problem and submit it along with GPS coordinates gathered by their phone.

  • App Lets Drivers Report Potholes with Smartphone

    A new app from Alameda County Public Works allows motorists to report potholes directly to the agency from their smartphones. The “Mobile Citizen” app works on Android or Apple devices. It lets users submit photos of potholes, graffiti, illegal dumping and other such requests for service directly to the county.