The Electrical Bureau/Building Maintenance provides safe buildings and streets for the citizens of York. Duties include maintenance and monitoring of 600 City-owned street lights, 3,100 GPU street lights, 9 Gamewell fire alarm circuits, 47 City-owned building/facilities and 102 signalized intersections and their associated wiring, signs and cabinetry.
David Rudolph, Superintendent
Electrical Bureau | Building Maintenance
- Roy Wolfhope, Traffic Signal Tech
- Paul Bievenour, Electrician
- Rashawn Smallwood, Lineman
- Kendale Harris, Lineman
- Ray Ferguson, Maintenance Worker
- Jeffrey Sunday, Maintenance Carpenter
- Richard Craighead, Painter
- Carol Godfrey, Data Entry Clerk
- Jimmy Snyder, Parking Garage Maintenance
- Lori Luckenbaugh, Custodian
- Kiara Michaels, Custodian
- Rose Knight, Custodian
Electrical Bureau & Building Maintenance Information
Report a Street Light Problem
It is necessary to properly identify the exact location of the streetlight. The name of the street it is located on and the closest address of a building.
- The most helpful information to also be included is the pole number
- This is a ten-digit number that is located on a yellow metal tag on the pole.
- An example of this number is 22550-28665.
- Every pole should have a pole number. If the number is missing from the pole this should be reported along with the exact location.
Please determine the exact problem with the streetlight.
- The streetlight is out.
- The streetlight goes on and off.
- The streetlight is on during daylight hours.
The information collected in 1 and 2 should be forwarded to the Bureau of Electrical and Building Maintenance by contacting the person below or filling out this form:
The Electrical Bureau will determine the ownership of the light and will either forward the proper information to Met-Ed to correct the problem or will make a repair if it is a city owned light.
The Electrical Bureau will log all reports received with the date, the location of the light, and the problem reported. It generally will take Met-Ed two to three weeks to make a repair.