The City is working to try and make sure all of its vehicles have up-to-date state inspection stickers after someone brought the issue up at a City Council meeting.

3News went to the City's Fleet Operations to take a look and noticed a number of the vehicles had out of date stickers, which is exactly what the City is trying to work on.

A staff report from July 8 states that 22 City vehicles had expired state inspection certificates -- that's out of the 1,323 cars and trucks the City has in its fleet.

The City is now working to upgrade its tracking inventory and compliance system.