Office of City Manager
The City of Largo follows a Commission-Manager form of government, which means that the City Commission hires a City Manager to coordinate all of the daily operations of the City. The manager is a non-elected professional, and must be confirmed by the City Commission on an annual basis.
City Manager Steven B. Stanton
The City Manager, through the Administration Department, provides the overall administrative direction for the City government. The City Manager serves as the chief executive and administrative officer of the City government. The City Manager is responsible for hiring and supervising all Assistant City Managers, Department Directors, and the Assistant to the City Manager, and is directly responsible for the Human Resources, Police, and Fire Departments.
The City Charter provides that the City Manager is to implement City policy as established by the City Commission. An Assistant City Manager performs the duties of the City Manager in the absence or disability of that individual.
Assistant City Manager Henry Schubert
The Assistant City Manager of Services is responsible for the Administration, Recreation Parks, & Arts, Library, and Management Services Departments and directly supervises the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the City Clerk's Office. This person is responsible for preparation of the Annual Operating and Capital Improvement Budget, coordination of the purchasing function, and service as the City's Labor Relations Officer. The latter function includes negotiating labor contracts, maintaining a close working relationship with all four employee union groups, and processing labor grievances.
Assistant City Manager Norton Craig
The Assistant City Manager of Operations is responsible for the Environmental Services, Public Works, and Community Development Departments.
To send a message to the City Manager, please send an email to email@example.com or call (727) 587-6700.