Jim McCleary, City Engineer
Responsible for issuing building permits and for monitoring the progress of residential and commercial building projects to ensure compliance with adopted codes and standards.
Elected to represent the interests of the citizenry, responsible for serving and advancing the general welfare of the people through exercising its legislative power.
Ken Trenner, Economic Development Director
Responsible for establishing and maintaining a diversified economic base with an emphasis on retention and expansion of existing businesses, while attracting new growth-oriented industries.
John Baranek, Finance Director
Responsible for administration of all fiscal affairs of the City.
Mark Stone, Fire Chief
Responsible for the saving of life and property in the City through aggressive prevention, inspection, suppression, and rescue practices and a public safety educational program.
Nicholas A. Wren, Director of Public Service
Provides information about employment opportunities in the City of Stow government and general information about personnel and human resource issues.
Christine Snyder, Tax Administrator
Responsible for the collection, documentation, and enforcement of municipal income taxes due to the City.
Amber Zibritosky, Law Director
Provides legal service to the City by representing City Council, officers, departments and boards of the City as legal counsel and attorney.
James Costello, Mayor
Chief Executive Officer of the City.
Linda Nahrstedt, Director
Provides leisure and cultural activities, special events, facilities, and services that encourage health, relaxation, cultural enrichment and learning.
Rob Kurtz, Planning Director
Responsible for managing current and future land uses, facilitating business devlopment, enforcing the City’s Zoning Code, and issuing sign and home occupation permits.
Jeff Film, Chief of Police
Responsible for the protection of life and property, preservation of peace, repression of crime, apprehension of criminal suspects, accident investigation and traffic law enforcement.
Nicholas A. Wren, Director
Responsible for trash and recycling collection, snow removal, leaf pick up, road repair, street sweeping, maintenance of cemeteries, City buildings, roads, traffic signals and street signs.
Responsible for snow removal, leaf pick up, road repair, street sweeping, maintenance of cemeteries, traffic signals and street signs.
Responsible for the planting, maintenance and removal of all trees in the City right-of-way as well as the review, approval and inspection of vegetative plantings and trees at new commercial, industrial and multifamily sites as required by City Council.
Responsible for billing, collecting, and customer service to over 11,000 water customers.
Responsible for maintenance and repair of water lines, meter reading and compliance with all EPA water quality requirements.
Ensures compliance with City’s Zoning Code, responds to citizen complaints about zoning code violations, issues fence and shed permits, and administers Zoning Board of Appeals process.