1. NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
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    COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE OPEN HOUSE SET FOR FEB. 6

    Public Open House to be held Monday, February 6, 2023, at the Taylor Public Library for draft amendments to the Envision Taylor Comprehensive Plan. Read on...
  2. Update

    TUESDAY PM UPDATE: CITY FACILITIES REMAIN CLOSED, TRASH SERVICES CANCELED WEDNESDAY

    All City facilities, including City Hall, will remain closed on Wednesday, Feb. 1, in anticipation of inclement weather. Trash services are also canceled for Wednesday. Read on...
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    CITY TO HOLD DEDICATION CEREMONY FEB. 4 FOR FRED KERLEY MURAL

    The City of Taylor invites the public to a dedication ceremony for the recently completed mural honoring Olympic Champion and Taylor native Fred Kerley on Saturday, February 4, at 10 a.m. Read on...
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    VITA OFFERING FREE TAX ASSISTANCE IN TAYLOR

    United Way VITA is offering free tax assistance every Saturday until April 15 at the Taylor Public Library for walk-ins only. Read on...
  5. City News

    COMMUNITY VIDEOS HIGHLIGHT THE BEST OF TAYLOR

    The City of Taylor is pleased to announce the release of a new video series highlighting to the best of the City of Taylor. The video is available on the homepage of the City’s website at taylortx.gov and also on the City’s YouTube Channel. Read on...
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    CITY CONTINUES TO SEE INCREASE IN SALES, CUMULATIVE TAX NUMBERS IN JANUARY 2023

    The City of Taylor has released the actual and cumulative sales tax numbers for the month of January and posted them to the City’s website. Read on...
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    CITY SEEKING VOLUNTEERS FOR BOARDS AND COMISSIONS

    The City of Taylor City Council is currently seeking volunteers to fill expiring/vacated seats. Read on...
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    UPCOMING WINTER AVERAGING FOR WASTEWATER RATES

    For residential customers with a City of Taylor utility bill, the City bases monthly wastewater charges on the average water consumption for November, December, January, and February. Read on...
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