Tina Stob, Senior Designer, Public Works Traffic Operations Division

Tina has worked for the City for 15 years.

What’s something you’ve learned since working for the City?

"Geographic Information Systems."

Why do you do what you do?

“I have great variety in my job assignments. No two days are the same.”

What issue is impacting/affecting your area right now?

“Funding for projects.”

How are you dealing with it?

“Picking and choosing priorities.”

What’s the best part of your job?

“Interacting with different people.”

What gives you satisfaction

“To improve a situation and to see that project from beginning to end, i.e., the roundabout at Oak Grove and Catalpa.”

Do you work to live, or do you live to work? Why?

“I work to live. My family and I moved here – where winters are less harsh – from Minnesota to farm and raise beef cattle. I enjoy spending time with my husband and son in the outdoors hunting, fishing, and when the weather is right, mushroom hunting.”
portrait of tina stob standing outside on the center island of a traffic roundabout