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Fuel Program

The Department of General Services ensures that fuel to operate Metro fleet units is conveniently available and that its use is appropriately managed and that its management includes the promotion of practices that will reduce air pollution, conserve fuel, and reduce costs. The Office of Fleet Management (OFM) fuel program provides all departments and agencies with access to Metro-owned bulk fuel sites as well as to commercial fuel sites where employees may obtain fuel for Metro vehicles and equipment.

Under OFM’s Fuel Program, fuel keys (to obtain fuel at Metro fuel sites) and fuel cards (for buying fuel from commercial vendors) are issued to vehicles and equipment, and employees must use their Personal Identification Numbers (PIN) with either a fuel key or a fuel card to authorize a transaction at an OFM or commercial fuel site.

Each Metro agency must approve which employees are permitted to obtain fuel for particular units and must request OFM to provide those individuals with unique PINs activate

d for use with selected fuel keys and fuel cards to authorize transactions. The program enables both agencies and OFM to track and monitor fuel use by vehicle or equipment and by employee.

Commercial Fuel Vendors

OFM fuel sites are complemented by a fuel card program operated through a contracted fuel card vendor. The program provides access to commercial fuel sites throughout the county and across the county where employees may obtain fuel. The program capitalizes on efficiencies that result from having fuel sources closer to operating areas, and the fuel card vendor provides an information systemMetro fuel card with vehicle decal number circled supporting fuel program management and accountability.

Fuel card program services include:

  • 24 hour, seven day customer service

  • card acceptance with tax exemption program at approximately 340 commercial fuel sites in Davidson County

  • card acceptance nationwide at over 90% of the nation’s commercial fuel locations (not all observe Metro tax exemption)

  • automatic deduction of federal, state, and local sales taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel purchases at participating vendors

  • enhanced card security PIN requirement

  • electronic billing (to reduce administrative costs)

  • card replacement within 24 hours (if requested following proper procedures)

  • customized authorization controls including transaction and daily amounts, number of daily transactions, and transaction time

OFM Fuel Sites

OFM operates five Metro-owned, bulk fuel sites where fuel for Metro vehicles and equipment may be obtained.  

East Center - Public Works
at 941 Dr. Richard G. Adams Dr.gasoline dispenser

West Center - Public Works
at 3800 Charlotte Avenue

South 5th - Public Works
at 740 South Fifth Street

South Police Precinct
at 5115 Harding Place

Hermitage Police Precinct
at 3701 James Kay Lane

Contact Us

General Services

P.O. Box 196300
Nashville, TN 37219-6300
General.Services@nashville.gov
Phone: (615) 862-5050

Fleet Management

Central Office Located at:
1417 Murfreesboro Road
Metro Southeast
Stacey.Wall@nashville.gov
Phone: (615) 862-5087

wheelchair logoADA Coordinator: Jerry Hall
Jerry.Hall@nashville.gov
(615) 862-8960