Kelley and Rigney were both elected for the first time in 2018, and both won their seat again in the May 1 election by earning nearly 60% of the vote.
Kelley is a solutions architect who previously served on the Colleyville Planning & Zoning Commission. In his candidate Q&A with Community Impact Newspaper, he said his top priorities as a council member are to keep taxes low, complete infrastructure projects and maintain the character of the city.
Rigney is a homemaker, and she has served on the Colleyville TIF Board, Municipal Judge Review and Selection Committee. In her candidate Q&A with Community Impact Newspaper, she said she wants to prioritize transparency, fiscal restraint, low density and continually improving governance.
Colleyville City Council canvassed the results of the May 1 election at a May 11 special meeting, making the results official.