Stow Mayor John Pribonic is seeking Stow residents who have an interest in serving the City in a voluntary capacity. Stow residents are needed to fill two vacancies. An appointment to these vacancies is made by the Mayor and confirmed by Stow City Council.
The Civil Service Commission is charged with adopting rules and regulations concerning the selection, promotion, demotion, discipline, and removal of employees within the classified service of the City. Classified positions such as firefighters, police officers, service workers, and some full-time clerical staff are filled from candidate lists formed through competitive civil service testing. For all classified positions, Human Resources works in partnership with the Civil Service Commission to fill these positions.
The Civil Service Commission: https://stowohio.org/231/Civil-Service-Commission
The Planning Commission is responsible for reviewing the preparation of plans and maps for the future physical development and harmonious improvement of Stow and the design, location, removal, relocation and alteration of any public building or structure and public property. The Commission meets twice a month to hold hearings and vote on applications, as described above, concerning the use, development and improvement of real property subject to City regulation.
Planning Commission (Ward 3): https://stowohio.org/269/Planning-Commission
For an application to these openings please contact the Mayor’s Office at 330-689-2800 or visit, https://stowohio.org/DocumentCenter/View/5826/Boards-and-Commissions-Application-PDF
Applications are due by December 1, 2022.