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The CFA attended a rigorous, 3-month course to be enabled to fill this critical role. One of the spin-off purposes of the training was to seek assistance from interested and qualified citizens to fill this void in our response matrix. Having gone through ...Read on...
The proposed Utility Fund revenues for next fiscal year are $7,309,510 with anticipated expenditures of $7,607,139. Because the Utility Fund has been operating in a deficit and has continually had to tap into the reserves, the implementation of a five-yea...Read on...
City of Taylor Mayor Jesse Ancira, Jr., will be the guest speaker at the Taylor Economic Development Corporation first Friday breakfast Sept. 4, 2015 at Sirloin Stockade from 7 to 8 a.m.
All city offices and the library will be closed Saturday through Monday for the Labor Day Holiday; garbage services are NOT affected. Murphy Pool will be open on Monday from 12-8 pm for the last day of the 2015 swim season. Have a safe holiday!
The City of Taylor’s Robinson Pool will be closed for the remainder of the season due to maintenance issues.
Steven McCraw, Texas Department of Public Safety Director, will keynote the 9/11 Memorial program at Heritage Square immediately following the emergency personnel, first responder and vehicle parade Sept. 11, 2015.
The City of Taylor Parks and Recreation department will be hosting the second annual Kite Day on Sept. 12, 2015 at the Taylor Regional Park and Sports Complex.
The public is invited to attend a groundbreaking for the Williamson County Expo Center on Friday, September 25, at 10 a.m. The Expo Center is located on more than 50 acres at 210 Carlos G. Parker Boulevard, in Taylor.
This presentation was given at the Aug. 27, 2015 Council meeting to provide an updates based on citizen feedback for the Transportation User Fee.
The City of Taylor has completed installation of new runway approach lighting, Precision Approach Path Indicators (PAPIs), at the Taylor Municipal Airport and is the first airport in the nation to have this type of lighting.
At a recent Chamber meeting City Mgr Isaac Turner presented a look at the proposed budget, transportation user fee, and utility fees and made this information available for everyone to help answer any questions.Public Hearings are Aug. 27th and Sept. 3rd.
City Council has set Aug 27th as the date for the first Public Hearing on the proposed Budget and Tax Rate for 2015-2016. Click on link below for a brief overview of the major changes and highlights. Full budget packet is on the Finance Dept. webpage.
On Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015, the Williamson County Commissioners Court issued a burn ban not to exceed 90 days. The County Judge was given the authority to lift the burn ban during this time if conditions improve.
Author Michael Mackie offers a picturesque review of Taylor, Hutto and Georgetown, Texas in his blog, My Favorite Places.
The Taylor Public Library will be closed Saturday through Monday for the Labor Day holiday. Normal hours resume Tuesday, Sept 8th. The book drop will be open for returns.