Administration & Staff
Administration/Department HeadsRyan Snow, City Manager
Ryan attended Utah State University on a Presidential (full academic) Scholarship. He received his bachelors degree in accounting, and a masters degree in business administration. Ryan is an Aggie.
After attending USU, Ryan worked for the State Tax Commission for four years as an auditor, reviewing individual, corporate and non-profit state tax returns for compliance. After working for the State, Ryan worked for a local CPA firm in Roosevelt, Utah for two years providing financial audits and reviews of private, non-profit, and government organizations (e.g., special service districts). Also in Roosevelt, Ryan went to work for a private company that was acquired by Staker Parsons, a roads, streets construction and materials company. He served as division controller in that role for ten years.
Ryan was hired by Roosevelt City five years ago to become their City Manager. During his term, he sums up his accomplishments as having done much modernization of processes, systems, communication, efficiency and operating controls. Ryan made his mark by dramatically increasing the amount of grant monies awarded to Roosevelt City.
Skarlet Bankhead, Recorder & Administrative Services Director
The city recorder is responsible for maintaining the records (agendas, minutes, contracts, etc.) and the general books for each fund of the city. The administrative services director duties include oversight of human resources, planning and land use, code compliance and storm water compliance, and recreation. Skarlet started with the City in 1991 as the justice court clerk; and was appointed city recorder in 1995. She is a member of the Utah Municipal Clerks Association, the Utah Government Finance Officers Association, and the Bridgerland Society for Human Resource Management.
When various work hats are put on the rack for the day, Skarlet enjoys the everyday life hats of wife, mother, and grandmother, and reading a good book. Skarlet feels life is for enjoying and giving; much like the following Kobe Bryant quote, “The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great at whatever they want to do.”
Beth Munson, Treasurer & Court Clerk
The treasurer is responsible for the collection and investment of revenues for Providence City. Beth has been with Providence City for more than 18 years. Prior to that she was a small business owner. She served on the State Justice Court Education committee for 6 years, and has been a member of the Utah Association of Public Treasurers for 11 years.
Beth and her husband Brian have been married for 35 years, in their spare time they enjoy running, hiking and spending time with their family. She believes that challenges make life interesting, but overcoming those challenges make life meaningful.
Rob Stapley, Public Works Director
Public Works Webpage
- Tara Bankhead: Public Works Office Specialist, Utility Billing, Purchasing
- Jesse Bardsley: Front Desk, Minutes, Dog Licensing, Accounts Receivable
- Diane Campbell: Zoning, Human Resources, Accounts Receivable & Payable
- Esther Cowley: Business Licensing & Cemetery
- April Fredrickson: Zoning & Storm Water
- Jacob George: Street Technician
- Sheyler Gunnell: Recreation Director
- Jason Hamblin: Street Supervisor
- Shane Hansen: Cemetery Sexton & Property Maintenance Supervisor
- Kris Hobbs: Front Desk
- Jeff Myers: Water/Wastewater Supervisor
- Trent Peterson: Streets Technician
- Austin Reed: Property Technician
- Gerald Taft: Water/Wastewater Technician
- Daniel Wiser: Water/Wastewater Technician
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Justice Court Judge
- Judge Matthew C. Funk
- Craig Smith, Consulting Attorney for Water
- Chad Woolley, Consulting Attorney for Land Use
- Kevin Fife, Consulting Attorney for Justice Court
- Max Pierce, CRS Engineering, City Engineer
- Scott VanderDoes, City Computer Technician
- Ulrich & Associates, Auditor
- Cache County Sherriff’s Office, Law Enforcement & Animal Control
- Logan City Fire Department, Fire Protection
- Cache County Service Area, Solid Waste
- A Little Cleaner