Steven Krokoff first joined the City of Milton in February 2015 when he was appointed Chief of Police. In early 2016, Krokoff began serving as the Interim City Manager and was later officially appointed City Manager.
Krokoff is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the city, reports to the Mayor and Council, leads the operational strategies of the city, strives for increasing fiscal responsibility in government and believes results are achieved through a capable staff doing many small things right. He is particularly vital to Milton's efforts because of his experience in public engagement, forging true partnerships between the government and the community, and improving the quality of life for residents.
Krokoff, a 22-year public servant, is a senior administrator and decorated law enforcement officer. At the Albany Police Department, Krokoff created and implemented innovative strategies to prevent and reduce crime.
Krokoff earned both his Bachelor's Degree in English and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the State University of New York at Albany. He brings to Milton an extensive public policy and research background, experience as a board member for Habitat for Humanity, and the honor of having served on the National Executive Session on Policing and Public Safety at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Stacey Inglis was appointed Assistant City Manager in November 2012 and continues to serve as the City Treasurer.
She previously held the role of Finance Manager (hired March 2007) and then City Treasurer/Finance Director (appointed by Mayor and City Council June 2009). Her areas of departmental oversight are Finance, Communications and Engagement, Information Technology and Human Resources.
At Milton, Inglis develops fiscally sound and responsible budgets while guiding the city in long-range financial planning. In her role as Assistant City Manager, she continues to manage all fiscal operations of the city and support the City Manager in budget development. Additionally, she provides oversight and guidance for the city’s support staff.
Prior to Milton, Inglis served as Finance Director for the cities of Riverdale and Jonesboro; Accountant for the Clayton County Water Authority; and Assistant Finance Manager for the City of Pooler.
She is a graduate of Georgia Southern University, where she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and a Master of Business Administration.
|Steven Krokoff||City Manager||
Phone: 678 -242-2492
|Stacey Inglis||Assistant City Manager & City Treasurer||
|Tammy Lowit||Executive Aide||