Building & Engineering
The City of Stow Building and Engineering Departments are responsible for issuing permits and monitoring various aspects of construction for building and engineering projects within the City.
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The duties and responsibilities of the Director of Finance are set forth in the Stow City Charter. The Director of Finance is charged with the administration of all fiscal affairs of the City of Stow.
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The Law Department of the City Stow, under the direction of the City’s law director, functions as the attorney for the City of Stow and its officials by providing legal advice to the mayor, city council, judges, clerk of court and all of the various departments.
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Planning & Development
The Planning & Development Department consists of the following divisions: Planning, Economic Development, Zoning & GIS (Geographic Information Systems). The Department is responsible for planning the future development of Stow, managing current land uses, facilitation of business development, and enforcement of the City's Zoning Code.
The City of Stow Police Department is committed to providing quality law enforcement services to the community and is innovative in seeking solutions to crime and other problems within the City.
The City of Stow Public Service Department is dedicated to providing timely, cost-effective services to the citizens of Stow.
The urban forest plays an important role in Stows landscape.
The Water Department was created in November 2001 after acquiring the water lines from Summit County. It consists of two areas, Water Billing and Water Distribution.