City Manager's Office
City Manager Todd Fuller
Todd Fuller has served as the City Manager of the City of Red Oak since June of 2011. Prior to this, he held positions as Interim City Manager, Assistant City Manager, Director of Economic Development, Economic Development Coordinator, Director of Planning, and Acting Public Works Director. Before joining the City of Red Oak, he owned and operated an agricultural supply business serving the Ellis County area.
Born and raised in Ellis County, Mr. Fuller graduated from Waxahachie High School in 1998. After graduation, he attended Tarleton State University, receiving his Bachelor of Business Administration, followed by his Master of Business Administration.
Mr. Fuller serves on the Hospital Board of Trustees for Baylor Medical Center in Waxahachie, is an active musician and songwriter, and his wife Jenny has one daughter and one son.
The city manager is appointed by a majority vote of the entire City Council to be the chief administrative officer of the city. The city manager is responsible to the City Council for the proper administration of all the affairs of the city. These responsibilities include:
- In cooperation with the city attorney, sees that all State laws and City Ordinances are effectively enforced.
- Implements goals and objectives of City Council
- Manages day-to-day operations of the city
- Prepares annual budget and implements budget once it is approved by council