Steve Babick – Carrollton Mayor
Steve Babick has served on the Carrollton City Council since 2014, rotating as Mayor Pro Tem twice and currently chairing Audit & Finance Committee. Additionally, he served on CKa Property Standards Board and various ad-hoc committees.
He is supported in his bid for Place Six by the Metrocrest Democrats, a local Democratic political action committee.
Early Life and Education
Steve Babick has lived in Carrollton since 1992 and is married to Peggi. They have two children together and attend St Catherine of Siena Catholic Church together, where Steve serves as Sacred Scripture Reader/Lector.
Babick serves as network coordinator of the Gator Football Radio Network and hosts both the TailGator Pregame Show and Urban Meyer Postgame Show on GFRN as well as being an on-sideline reporter during University of Florida football broadcasts. He has been employed with the university for twenty years.
He is running against Adam Polter, an at-large City Council member from Place 2; Young Sung served in Place 1. Both candidates have support from Metrocrest Democrats PAC; his priorities include public safety, redevelopment and quality of life issues – listening sessions with police departments to promote better relations.
Babick served as network coordinator for Gator football radio broadcasts and hosted both TailGator pregame show and Urban Meyer postgame show as well as serving as sideline reporter during football games.
Babick moved to Carrollton in 1992 and immediately got involved with local politics, becoming a council member in 2014 before being elected mayor two years later. Next month he will run against Place 2 At-Large Council Member Adam Polter and former Place 6 Council Member Young Sung in his bid for reelection as mayor.
He serves on the boards of Snowflake Computing and Singular Genomics, co-founded iForem Inc, has over two decades of senior management experience, is certified public accountant with an MBA from Texas Tech University and holds over two certifications as a CPA.
Achievement and Honors
Steve Babick served on the City Council (2014-2022), including rotating as Mayor Pro Tem. Additionally, he served on the Museum Board and Leadership Metrocrest, providing regional leadership experience. Furthermore, Steve was appointed to various boards and commissions such as Historical Preservation Advisory Committee, TIRZ Board, CKa Property Standards Board and Liaison to CFBISD Facilities Board.
He has built his career around fighting to protect the rights of injury victims. Among his cases is one against the federal government concerning deaths and injuries to children at Lassen Volcanic National Park.
She was the beloved sister of Maryann Babick and Dolores Czyzniejewski; loving aunt to Steven (Jennifer) and Tim Babick; as well as great-aunt to Elliana.
Babick dedicates much of his time and attention to family, church and community engagement as well as golf tournaments and bowling. He served on Carrollton City Council – including time as mayor pro tem – as well as currently running for mayor against Place 2 At-Large member Adam Polter and Place 6 Council Member Young Sung in an election runoff.
Federal prosecutors asserted that an Internet Protocol address affiliated with Babick provided known child pornographic files for distribution 326 times from June 2008 through November 2009. Investigators discovered 107 videos and eight still images featuring prepubescent children were stored on Babick’s Dell computer, many of which had been shared. As a result, Babick pleaded guilty to receiving and distributing child pornography.
Steve Babick, with a net worth of over $1 Million, is an accomplished businessman and private pilot. Together with his wife Peggi and two children, they have lived in Carrollton for 30 years and attend St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church – where Steve serves as a Sacred Scripture Reader/Lector – where they worship. Since becoming mayor, Steve has focused his attention on five main areas of concern for Carrollton residents: public safety, redevelopment, infrastructure improvement, diversity inclusion and economic development as well as holding regular sessions between residents and police to foster trust and understanding between parties involved.