Scroll down to read more about who represents you in the Southlake school district and city council. You can also learn more about the resources, demographics, and how to take action in Southlake!

facts about Southlake, tx



  • White alone 78.9% 78.9%
  • Black or African American alone 1.7% 1.7%
  • American Indian and Alaska Native alone 0.4% 0.4%
  • Asian alone 15.9% 15.9%
  • Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 0% 0%
  • Two or More Races 2.5% 2.5%
  • Hispanic or Latino 6.4% 6.4%



  • Spanish 3.9% 3.9%
  • Other Indo-European Languages 6.7% 6.7%
  • Asian and Pacific Island Languages 5.1% 5.1%
  • Other Languages 1.6% 1.6%


Southlake City Council

Councilors help constituents by connecting them to resources, services and City departments. City Council also administers the City’s goals, major projects and infrastructure improvements ranging from community growth and land use to finances and strategic planning. They serve as advocates for all Southlake residents.

Through their work, the City Council makes sure Southlake continues to be a great place to live, work and play.

City Council Meetings

Regular Southlake City Council meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.

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Southlake Mayor

The Mayor is elected directly by the citizens and serves for two year terms. The Mayor officially speaks for both the government and the community as a whole. The Mayor is the presiding officer and a regular member of the city council, and has all the powers and duties for the office of council member in addition to those of mayor.

  • Serving on the city council;
  • Voting in council meetings;
  • Assigning council members to chair or serve on committees;
  • Appointing citizens to serve on advisory boards or commissions;
  • Preparing the annual budget; or
  • Making an annual report to the council.

– Ballotpedia


John Huffman

John Huffman


Expires May 2024


Southlake City Councilmembers

Here are your city council members who are elected to represent your voice in the Southlake city council. The Council fulfills the legislative functions of the city, crafting ordinances and developing policies. They are also tasked with establishing the overall direction of the city and providing general direction to the city manager.

It is important the city council represents and advocates for the community’s diverse beliefs and values to serve ALL residents in Southlake.

  • Elected to two or four year terms either by district or at-large.
  • Responsible for appointing a city-manager.
  • Responsible for drafting and passing legislation and city ordinances.
  • Responsible for approving the city budget proposed by the city-manager.



As local legislators, councilmembers are responsible for and responsive to the citizens who elected them. Depending on the city’s charter and state laws, they may perform the following functions:

  • Review and approve the annual budget;
  • Establish long- and short-term objectives and priorities;
  • Oversee performance of the local public employees;
  • Oversee effectiveness of programs;
  • Establish tax rates;
  • Enter into legal contracts;
  • Borrow funds;
  • Pass ordinances and resolutions;
  • Modify the city’s charter;
  • Regulate land use through zoning laws;
  • Regulate business activity through licensing and regulations;
  • Regulate public health and safety;
  • Exercise the power of eminent domain;
  • Communicate policies and programs to residents;
  • Respond to constituent needs and complaints; and
  • Represent the community to other levels of government.

 – National League of Cities

Kathy Talley

Kathy Talley

Councilmember, Place 1

Expires May 2023

Randy Robbins

Randy Robbins

Councilmember Place 2

Expires May 2024

Shawn McCaskill

Shawn McCaskill

Mayor Pro Tem, Place 3

Expires May 2025

Ronell Smith

Ronell Smith

Councilmember, Place 4

Expires May 2025

Amy Torres

Amy Torres

Councilmember Place 5

Expires May 2025

Randy Williamson

Randy Williamson

Deputy Mayor Pro Tem, Place 6

Expires May 2023


May 6th Elections!

Learn more about who is running in the upcoming City Council elections.

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Here are the qualifications for what it takes to run for the City Council.

Resident of the City

for at least 12 consecutive months

Qualified voter

of the State of Texas

Can't hold any other public office

of emolument except as permitted by the Texas Constitution.

No person shall be eligible to the office of councilmember

who shall be interested in the profits or the emolument of any contract job, work or service for the city, or interested in the sale to the city of any supplies, equipment, material or articles purchased.

Public School Districts in Southlake

See what school district you’re in here.

Carroll ISD

Learn more about the demographics of Carroll ISD and who represents you on the school board.

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD

Learn more about the demographics of GCISD and who represents you on the school board.

Keller ISD

Learn more about the demographics of Keller ISD and who represents you on the school board.

School Districts

Learn more about the School Districts in Tarrant County!

Tarrant County

Learn more about the various elected offices in Tarrant County!


Learn more about the various State elected offices in Tarrant County!

United States

Learn more about the various Federal elected offices in Tarrant County!


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