The Cheyenne and Arapaho Operations & Maintenance program is responsible for the general upkeep of tribally-owned buildings and grounds. Focusing on professional and efficient service to ensure building safety, comfort, and minimal disruption, our goal is to not only maintain tribal assets but to continually improve the buildings and grounds that we oversee.
The O&M program’s primary function is to provide janitorial, maintenance, and groundskeeping services for all tribally-owned buildings. These services include cleaning, changing light bulbs, plumbing, heating, and air repairs, snow and ice removal, mowing, weed eating, tree or limb removal, light carpentry, hauling and assembling furniture, remodeling offices, and more. In addition, O&M employees are also available to assist other programs with special projects.
The Operations & Maintenance program serves and maintains tribally-owned facilities and grounds in Concho, Canton, Clinton, Watonga, Hammon, Seiling, and Geary. Operations & Maintenance also oversees the operation of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Water Treatment Plant.