District 2

Darry Stacy was sworn in as Commissioner of Cleveland County District 2 on January 2, 2013 after being decisively elected in June of 2012.  Commissioner Stacy has strong core beliefs and one of those beliefs is serving the community in which he lives and loves, Cleveland County. This belief is a long term vision and is proven through his long term service to the citizens of Cleveland County where he served as an employee with the Norman Police Department for over 23 years. Commissioner Stacy's vision and dedication to public service has also included serving as President of the Norman Public Schools Board of Education, Graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy and he has been a legislative representative for the Norman Police Department and the City of Norman.

Background

Darry is a 1985 Norman High School graduate and obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in political science from the University of Oklahoma and a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Management from the University of Central Oklahoma. Commissioner Stacy currently resides in Norman with his wife Tasha and his two sons Heath and Karson.

Service

Since being elected Commissioner of Cleveland County District 2, Darry has jumped in with both feet to serve his constituents. Among many administrative duties that Darry is responsible for he has taken on a board role with the Cleveland County Board of Health, Community Services Board, Inc., Chairman of the Cleveland County Educational Authority, Chairman of the Public Facilities Authority, serves as Chairman of the Cleveland County Board of Commissioners, and is currently nominated for the National Association of County Officers Board of Health. Darry has also participated on the Oklahoma Safe School Commission and worked to create and strengthen an illegal dumping and littering campaign in collaboration with the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office.
 
In The Works
 
Commissioner Stacy is excited to work with his road crew to accomplish many of the following projects to benefit all Cleveland County Residents. District 2 is currently working in partnership with the City of Moore, City of Norman, City of Oklahoma City, Absentee Shawnee Tribe and the State of Oklahoma to chip and seal over 26 miles, pave 8.5 miles and begin Highway 9 / 180th project.

In addition District 2 also responds to road repairs on approximately 400 total miles, mows and cleans county and city right of ways, maintains safe roadways during and after severe and inclement weather events, works to help the Cleveland County Fairgrounds and OSU Extension center push forward with updating and beautification projects, responds to multiple other maintenance and repair issues and responds as needed for natural disasters. During 2013 the revitalization and remodel of the District 2 warehouse began as well. Commissioner Stacy also hopes to bring a long term vision to the future of Cleveland County as we assess the changing demographics of the county.

Exciting things are happening for all of Cleveland County residents and Commissioner Stacy is honored to be able to serve all of Cleveland County now and in the years to come.