The Town Administrator is appointed by Town Council to manage the day-to-day operations of the Town. As the Chief Executive Officer for the Town, the Town Administrator is responsible for all functions of the Town and manages these functions through the respective departments. Under the Council form of government, the Town Administrator is responsible for carrying out the legislative policies passed by Town Council and for providing recommendations to Council on municipal affairs with an emphasis on effective, efficient, and equitable service delivery.
Robert “Bob” M. Brown
Bob Brown retired as a Major from the United States Army in 1996 after 21 years of service. He began with the Town of Irmo as the Special Project Coordinator in 1997 and was instrumental in the development, design and construction of both the Lake Murray and Broad River Road/ I-26 Interchanges; The new Police facility, the three town parks and the Crepe Myrtle Beautification project along the railroad tracks adjacent to Woodrow Street.
Bob obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma and Master of Science degree in California. He was appointed the Town Administrator in 2011. Bob’s wife, Sheila is a ballroom dance teacher and their three boys attend Dutch Fork Schools.