Town Manager

Eric S. Pollitt


As of April 29, 2019, Eric Pollitt became the Town of Glasgow’s new full-time manager. Replacing Jon Ellestad (part-time interim manager) and the late Bill Rolfe.  Mr. Pollitt is determined to help Glasgow's leaders achieve their goals and continue to build a sense of community.

Eric Pollitt comes to the Town of Glasgow will an impressive background. In 2014, Mr. Pollitt graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a major in political science and minors in public management and economics.  Graduating in 2017 from University of Kentucky, Mr. Pollitt earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration with a concentration in public financial management.  His work experience has also contributed to his background.  Mr. Pollitt has experience as a Management Analyst from Fluvanna County, Virginia, as an International City/County Manager Association (ICMA) Management Fellow in Templeton, Massachusetts, and was the Chief Financial Officer for Shelbyville, Kentucky.

Besides his duties as Town Manager, Mr. Pollitt also serves on the Town's standing committees such as the Parks & Rec., Finance, and Planning Commission.  He is a member of the Lexington-Rockbridge Jaycees, an ex-officio member of Lexington Main Street, and is on the Rockbridge Area Outdoor Partnership's Marketing Committee.  Mr. Pollitt is the Town's designee on numerous other committees through the Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission.  



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Education Resources

These are resources available to residents to help better understand how local government works. 

Local Government Budgeting 101 (pptx)


Council-Manager Government 101 (pptx)


Reports and Documents

Weekly Town Manager Reports


An overview report to the Mayor & Council touching on the highlights of what happened this week at Town Hall.   



Current and previous year's budgets adopted by Council

Capital Improvement Plans


 The CIP looks at the ‘big  picture’ of community needs. These plans illustrate a community’s intended capital purchases for the upcoming fiscal year and expected the subsequent four years based on what is financially feasible.