The Padre Island National Seashore Facility Management Division (often referred to as the “Maintenance” Division) constructs, maintains, and, when necessary, demolishes all the facilities within the park to include not only buildings but also roads, parking lots, campgrounds, fences, trails, vehicles, and any other man-made structures as well.
The official mission of the Facility Management Division is to provide leadership and policy direction to ensure the stewardship of the park’s constructed assets and the development of its maintenance workforce. The Division is therefore responsible for:
On this page you will find links to documents, slide shows, photographs and other media describing the accomplishments, ongoing efforts, and plans of the Facility Management Division to support the missions of the park and of the National Park Service.
Your Fee Demo Dollars at Work
Stimulus (ARRA) Projects
Keeping the Beaches Clean
Facility Management Division Accomplishments
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