The Johnson University Plant Services Department exists to operate and maintain a high-quality physical environment that enhances the mission of the University. Plant Services serves student housing needs and maintains the vehicle fleet for faculty and staff.
Facilities and Vehicle Requests
Students, faculty, and staff of Johnson University Florida may request the use of University facilities or vehicles by filling out the online request form. Reservations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis, but official University programs take priority.
People or groups who are not current faculty, staff or students may complete the event request form online.
For questions regarding facilities and vehicle scheduling, contact the office at 407-569-1366 email .
The Plant Services Department is responsible for keeping all University buildings and grounds in good repair. Maintenance requests should be submitted online.
Service calls for repair work will normally occur during business hours. The Plant Services team is not responsible for shower curtains, bedding, or cleaning supplies, but should be called upon to change light bulbs in any University-owned light fixtures. Maintenance problems that could endanger residents or property should be reported immediately to a Resident Assistant or to the Resident Director. Dial 911 in the case of emergency.
For questions regarding any maintenance issues, contact the office at 407-569-1349, or complete the Maintenance Request Form, or email .
Trash Disposal and Recycling
Campus residents are required to handle their own trash by depositing it in the campus dumpsters. The dumpsters are located within easy walking distance of all campus housing.
The Kissimmee community participates in a single-stream recycling program in which all paper fibers, plastics, metals, and other containers are mixed in a collection truck, instead of being sorted by residents and handled separately throughout the collection process. In single-stream, both the collection and processing systems are designed to handle this fully commingled mixture of recyclables, with materials being separated for reuse at the materials recovery facility.