The city manager is appointed by the city council to serve as the chief executive officer of the city.
The City lerk is responsible for maintaining all records of the city and serves s clerk to the City Council.
Penny Ballard, Court Clerk
James W. Smith, City Judge
Bill J. Nunn, Prosecuting Attorney
Stigler Municipal Court is the judicial branch of city government.
The function of the court clerk is to adjudicate all traffic, parking, and non-traffic violations of city ordinances.
He is responsible for the overall manager of the city and carries out the policies of the city council. The city manager also serves as the general manager of the Stigler Municipal Improvement Authority.
She is responsible for processing payroll and accounts payable, maintaining employee records, scheduling meetings of the city council, preparing meeting agendas and keeping minutese of all official meetings.
Kenny Medlock, 911 Director
Jim Pearson, Fire Chief
The Stigler consists of
the fire chief
Stigler Police Department consists of nine full time officers, two part-time officers; four full time dispatchers and one part-time dispatchers. The department serves the community in all aspects of law enforcement including but not limited to traffic, warrant service and investigations, and serves and works closely with all other local law enforcement agencies.
The department performs duties such as structural and wildland firefighting and assisting with the Jaws of life.
Stigler Municipal Improvement Authority
Roger Edwards, Supervisor
Water / Sewer Department
Provides services in supplying water to the citizens of Stigler to include managing individual accounts, treatment and delivery, and maintenance of the water pipe system. This Department is composed of Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment, Water Maintenance, and the Administration.
The City of Stigler provides a variety of solid waste collection services to the community, including: weekly residential trash pick-up and commercial dumpster. The City of Stigler also operates the Haskell County Transfer Station, which is located approximately six miles northeast of the City on Tamaha Road.
The Street Department provides the City of Stigler with a well maintained and safe streets. Major functions of the department include: minor street resurfacing, brush pick-up, street sweeping, mowing of public right-of-ways, making sure the streets are marked, alleys are clean and passable, and overall street maintenance.
Stigler Regional Airport
Stigler Regional Airport is owned and operated by the City of Stigler.
The airport is three miles northeast of the City of Stigler.