About Brian Livingston

Councilman Brian Livingston

Councilman Brian Livingston was re-elected to his second term in November 2020 during the COVID-19 extended municipal election. He received a record setting 41,128 votes, more than any Frisco city councilman or mayor has ever received in a contested election.

Councilman Livingston currently serves on the Frisco Budget & Audit, Governance and Legislative Affairs Committees. During his first term, he was selected by his colleagues to be the City Council liaison to the Frisco Planning Recovery Team to help Frisco combat the effects of COVID-19.

A major campaign promise was kept during his first term when on 2 occasions he was the only vote against zoning changes that would add additional dense apartments in Frisco.

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Brian Livingston on Stage in Frisco

As a member of the Frisco Budget & Audit committee, Brian worked with his colleagues and city staff to set a tax rate BELOW the No New Tax Rate. This was a major accomplishment during a global pandemic and showed taxpayers government can tighten their belt as well.

Early on in his second term, he was able to deliver on another campaign promise to take care of Frisco’s first responders. A much debated change in Frisco’s Workers Compensation policy will ensure our first responders are taken care of should they experience a catastrophic injury.

During his second term, Brian wants to make sure everyone in Frisco feels represented equally, help small businesses survive and make sure those most impacted by the effects of COVID-19 get the assistance they need.

Brian and his wife Brittany have called Frisco home since April 2010 and have 2 beautiful daughters who attend school in Frisco ISD. Brian works as a Senior Vice President in the Frisco office of B1 Bank as a commercial lender and Brittany runs their family business and volunteers.