Boards & Commissions

 The City of Taylor has a dedicated group of individuals who give their time and efforts to moving the City forward through their participation on City Boards and Commissions. The City of Taylor has over 90 volunteers who participate on 7 advisory boards, 6 decision making boards and 2 special committees. There are many ways to get involved through any of the following boards and commissions. 


Airport Board meets the fourth Tuesday at 5:30 pm each month and makes recommendations about the operations of the municipal airport and helps ensure that the airport meets the needs of the City and the air industry. 

Animal Control Appeals Board and Shelter Advisory Committee meets quarterly and consists of a licensed veterinarian, a county or city official, a representative from an animal welfare organization, and an animal control shelter staff person.

Building & Standards Commission meets as needed to provide final interpretations concerning alleged violations of ordinances by upholding or overturning decisions made by the building officials.  Members must be knowledgeable with the building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical and fire codes adopted by the city. 

Civil Service Commission is a three member board appointed by the City Manager to adopt rules regarding hiring and promotional processes, the disciplinary process, maintenance of personnel files, and other subjects as defined by Civil Service Law.

Comprehensive Plan Implementation Committee has thirteen members appointed by Council to review the implementation status (Chapter 11) of the Taylor Comprehensive Plan twice a year.

Library Advisory Board meets the third Tuesday each month at 6pm and makes recommendations to the City Council regarding library operations and to help ensure that the Library meets the needs of the City.

Main Street Advisory Board meets the third Wednesday each month to carry out an annual action plan for implementation of a downtown revitalization program focused on: design/historic preservation, promotion, organization/management, and economic restructuring/development.

Moody Museum Advisory Board meets on the third Tuesday at 5:30 pm every other month and makes recommendations regarding the operation of the Moody Museum.

Parks and Recreation meets the third Wednesday at 6 pm to make recommendations to the City Council regarding sports and recreational programs, and facilities and helps ensure that they meet present and future needs.

Planning & Zoning Commission meets the second Tuesday at 6 pm and makes decisions regarding platting or replatting of land into subdivisions within the corporate limits and within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City and makes recommendations to the City Council regarding the regulations of the use of land, location of buildings, and the locations of businesses, in respect to their environments.

Taylor Economic Development Corporation (TEDC) meets at 4:30 pm once a month (usually the third Wednesday) and promotes, assists, and enhances economic development activities for the City.

Taylor Housing Authority meets on Tuesday afternoon and establishes policy and reviews operations of subsidized housing in Taylor.   One member must be a Housing Authority resident.

Tree Advisory Board  meets quarterly on Tuesday at 6 pm to discuss beautification of the city through the planting and maintenance of trees and assist staff with the annual Arbor Day event.

Zoning Board of Adjustments meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 6 pm (or as needed) to hear and decide special exceptions to the zoning ordinance and rules on appeals.  This board is autonomous.

  1. Susan Brock

    City Clerk
    Phone: 512-352-3676