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Klaasje Helgren has been serving with the Taylor Police Department for a little under a year as the ACO and possesses a love and respect for animals that you would extend to your own pets. I had the privilege of riding along with Klaasje during her shift ...Read on...
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...
The City of Taylor’s Downtown Master Plan has been chosen as a recipient of the 2015 Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association’s Project Planning Award in recognition for exemplary planning.
Ashley Lumpkin joined the City of Taylor staff as the new Director of Development Services effective Sept. 21, 2015. Lumpkin was selected among a strong candidate pool of highly qualified individuals and is a second generation city planner.
Peterson has more than 10 years of experience in the human resources field, specifically withmunicipal and government organizations. She most recently worked for Santa Clara County’sFIRST 5 organization as the human resources coordinator and prior to ...Read on...
On Thursday, Nov. 19, at 7:53 p.m., a black male wearing a black hoodie entered the Mallard Corner Store (803 Carlos Parker Blvd. NW) and produced a handgun before demanding money from the cash register. TPD is requesting any information on the suspect.
Lone Star Linens, a linen dry-cleaning business located in historic downtown Taylor, was destroyed in a fire late Wednesday evening.
The City of Taylor was featured in an article by Community Impact discussing how neighboring community Hutto is trying to achieve commercial-to-residential ratios of 50/50. You can read about where we stand in comparison and our outlook for the future.
The City of Taylor unveiled its redesigned website after months of development and work. The site is built on a more efficient, user friendly and mobile responsive content management system that will allow users to explore Taylor with ease.
The third annual Main Street Car Show will roll into downtown Taylor Oct. 31, 2015 for a day filled with exotic and classic cars, trucks, vans and motorcycles, plus live entertainment and Halloween-themed costume contests.
The City of Taylor Police Department and Public Library have recently been awarded two grants in the amount of $56,455 and $5,800 that significantly impact the safety and historical documentation of the community.
The Taylor Police Department announced that Sgt. Joseph Branson was selected as the next Support Services Commander from a pool of qualified candidates.