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The City Council appoints members to all City Boards and Commissions as members terms expire. Each committee has a number of appointments. For more information on current vacancies, contact the City Clerk.
The City Clerk is responsible for providing access to city documents through the Open Records Act. Many of the Ordinances are available on this website. Contact Dianna Barker, City Clerk, at 352-3676 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The CodeRED emergency notification service allows authorized civic leaders to create and rapidly disseminate time-sensitive messages to every telephone number stored in the notification database. With CodeRED, authorized users can send thousands of messages in minutes. Only authorized officials are allowed access to the system.
Any message regarding the safety or welfare of our community would be disseminated using the CodeRED service. Examples include severe weather warnings and updates, hazardous traffic or road conditions inside the city or affecting local routes, and any other situation that could impact the safety, property, or welfare of our citizens.
This system is a significant enhancement to existing means of communication and is part of the Central Texas Capital Area of Governments' Emergency Notification System. The call-in emergency information line (512) 352-5551, which is activated during an emergency situation, will still be available. Also, TV, radio and our city web site will continue to broadcast important announcements.
CodeRED and CAPCOG take security and privacy concerns seriously and do not sell, trade, lease or loan any data about our clients to any third party. From a technical perspective, we utilize multiple physical and virtual layers of firewalls to maintain data security. CodeRED only utilizes secure transmissions with its customers. No confidential information is ever transmitted between CodeRED and its customers using e-mail or FTP, but rather always utilizes either a VPN tunnel or SSL. Data is hosted in state-of-the-art facilities which require photo identification, thumb-print recognition, keyed access, and are manned 24/7 with full-security personnel. All data is encrypted prior to being placed on tape for offsite storage. Blackboard Connect also retains an external, independent security firm to perform annual security audits.
The caller-ID number for calls generated by the CodeRED service will be: 512-352-5551. In addition, every message will begin with the same standard announcement: “Hello, this is ______ calling with an important message from the City of ______.” The message content will follow this standard introduction.
There are several varieties of call screening devices that use differing protocols for screening. In general, the system has been found to work with these devices; but some may require some type of pre-programming to allow our city’s telephone number to pass through. We may conduct periodic test to assure that messages are being delivered to numbers in the notification database.
Yes, if you have entered more than one phone number, as well as an email address or home phone number, the system will notify you based on your preferences.
Yes. The area code does not impact whether or not a call is made.
For busy signals, the call will be repeated several times in an attempt to reach you. The same is true for No-answer and Call-waiting. If a message recorder answers the phone, the message will be left on the answering device. If, after several attempts the call does not successfully go through, the system will stop attempting to call.
Yes. Please login to your account information on CodeRED to update your preferences for notification.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is responding to a pandemic of respiratory disease spreading from person-to-person caused by a novel (new) coronavirus. The disease has been named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”). This situation poses a serious public health risk. The federal government is working closely with state, local, tribal, and territorial partners, as well as public health partners, to respond to this situation. COVID-19 can cause mild to severe illness. Most severe illness occurs in older adults.Different parts of the country are seeing different levels of COVID-19 activity. The United States nationally is in the initiation phase of the pandemic. States in which community spread is occurring are in the acceleration phase. The duration and severity of each pandemic phase can vary depending on the characteristics of the virus and the public health response.
The City of Taylor is working closely with our County partners and closely monitoring the situation. The City also has been implementing service changes as recommended to prevent the spread and communicating with resident the latest information involving COVID-19.Regular updates from the City of Taylor, Williamson County, and the State of Texas, as well as real-time updates from the CDC, are posted on the City website at www.taylortx.gov. We also regularly post information on our social media pages, and we stay in contact with the local media so we can alert them whenever we have new information to share from the City.Williamson County posts regular updates on their dedicated COVID-19 page, www.wilco.org/coronavirus.The Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) posts regular updates on their website, www.wcchd.org, and also shares information with the City of Taylor on a regular basis.The State of Texas posts regular updates at dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus. The CDC posts regular updates on their website at www.cdc.gov.
LOCALLY:There is a link for local businesses to find out more about programs available from the US Chamber of Commerce at the Taylor Chamber of Commerce website, www.taylorchamber.org. STATE OF TEXAS:You can view recent announcements from the Governor’s Office about help for Texas business owners at gov.texas.gov/business/page/coronavirus
The City works with Williamson County and the WCCHD to make decisions about what city facilities and businesses will be open locally. Updates are posted on our website at www.taylortx.gov and on our social media pages.
You can find current orders from the Governor’s Office online at gov.texas.gov/business/page/coronavirus. You can also sign up for alerts from the Governor’s office on that page.
All City buildings, including City Hall, Public Works, Utility Billing, and Maintenance, will be closed to the public until April 13. Residents will still be able to contact City Hall employees through telephone or email. To contact City Hall, call 512-352-3675.
Utility payments can be paid by mail, online, in the dropbox at City Hall, the drive-through, or by phone. Utility billing will waive all fees for credit card payments done online here or by phone by calling 888-630-1666.Disconnections will be waived through April 13.Forms for Utility Billing are available in the lobby of City Hall between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. and can be submitted in the dropbox located at City Hall.
Permits for Development Services can be submitted through MyPermitNow.org. Forms for Development Services are available in the lobby of City Hall between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. and can be submitted in the dropbox located at City Hall.To reach the staff at Development Services, you can call 512-365-3863.
– In response to the Stay Home, Stay Safe order issued by Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell on March 24, the City of Taylor is closing the skate park, pavilions, playscapes, volleyball/basketball/tennis court areas, and restrooms in city parks effective at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24. City hike and bike trails, park open spaces, sidewalks, and running track will remain open for active use within the current permitted constraints of social and physical distancing in accordance with Williamson County’s Stay Home, Stay Safe Order.
The City of Taylor currently has two fire stations in operation:
Taylor Fire Department Administration Office is located at 304 E. 3rd Street.
For non-emergencies, please contact Administration at 512-352-6992.
For life-threatening emergencies, please call 9-1-1.
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Sandra Perio is the City Animal Control Officer and can be reached through the Non-Emergency Police Dispatch office at 352-5551.
A copy of this map may be found here, and is available from the Development Services Department at City Hall, 512/365-3863.
Also, through the Library's link to the Texas State Library Databases, there is the database, eBooks from EBSCOhost.
Fill out a rental application @ 1424 N Main or call for info @ 512-352-6257
The Taylor Streets Project uses funds from the 2019 Infrastructure Bond to improve roads, address drainage issues, replace water and wastewater lines, and repave driveways within the City’s right-of-way. Five streets will be reconstructed as part of the project. The project will improve mobility and safety along the following streets:
By the end of the project, crews will complete a variety of improvements including:
Construction is beginning mid July on W. Lake Drive and on 3rd Street. Construction dates for Lynn, Robinson and Edmond Streets are being scheduled.
Construction is anticipated to be complete by Summer 2021.
Typical work hours are between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Work may occur occasionally Saturday.
During construction, streets that are part of the Taylor Streets Project will remain open to local traffic. The street will be closed to through traffic, however the contractor will provide access for trash pick up, mail deliveries and special deliveries.
Items located within right-of-way may need to be removed and relocated. . Existing conditions of driveways included in the project limits will be documented prior to repaving. Residents whose properties may be affected by construction will receive a notification no less than 48 hours before work begins.
If it is necessary to turn off your water service for any length of time, the Contractor will notify you 72 hours in advance with a date and time frame.
Please avoid parking on the street during construction hours.
If you have any difficulties or questions during the construction period, please contact the Construction Inspector, Clayton Craig at 512-517-8713 or by email at email@example.com.
The new program begins on February 26, 2018.
Each home that is currently paying for City of Taylor garbage service will have a blue 95-gallon cart delivered starting February 15, on the same day as a home's normal trash pick-up day.
The City of Taylor's new Curbside Recycling Program begins on February 26, 2018. It is single-stream, which means glass, plastic and paper, etc., can all go into the same container without a need to separate items. The city's recycling facility at 1424 N. Main St. will be permanently closed as of March 28, 2018. Until then, it is open 24 hrs/7 days a week and there are two additional facilities located in Williamson County.
The first week of collection will begin on February 26, 2018, and happen every other week on a person's regular trash pick-up day.
Recycling conserves natural resources, saves landfill space, creates jobs and conserves energy.
Newspaper, magazines, catalogs, office paper, school paper, paper food boxes, shoe boxes, corrugated cardboard (flatten and fold to not larger than 3 feet X 3 feet square), soft bound books, junk mail, aluminum and steel cans, plastic food, beverage and household product bottles and jugs with #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 and #7, glass bottles and jars. Please: no film plastic, Styrofoam or any glass other than food and beverage containers.
Collection of the recyclables will occur on an every-other-week basis on your normal trash collection day. Each residence will be provided with a collection calendar and the calendar may also be viewed on the City of Taylor's website.
Yes. The extra recycling cart(s) are $2.50 per month each.
Yes, however you will still be billed the $2.50 per month as all other residents.
Yes. In order to keep the cost low for all residents, this is necessary.
For missed pick-ups, please contact the City's Utility Billing Department at 512-352-2066.
Yes. Simply call the City of Taylor Utility Billing Department at 512-352-2066 to request the replacement. Repeated lost/damaged/stolen incidents may require the purchase of the replacement cart.
The $2.50 per month cost will begin with the March 5, 2018 billing cycle, and follow according to the normal billing cycle thereafter.
If recyclables are in the trash cart they will be collected as trash and delivered to a landfill.
Contamination causes real problems at the recycling facility. The value of the recyclables is decreased and will eventually increase the cost of recycling. If the driver sees the trash in the recycling cart the cart contents will not be collected.
Call Waste Connections Customer Service Office to report the miss. The representative will have the appropriate instructions for that day and time of day. The Customer Service Number is: 512-282-3508.
Holiday pickup schedule is included in the calendar and on the City of Taylor's website. It is also published in the monthly newsletter, Community Connection, and on the city's social media pages.
Recyclables are manufactured in to new products; some in the United States and some in other countries around the world. Generally, they are manufactured back in to the same or similar products but sometimes they become a different product. For example, plastic soda bottles are often shredded and re-purposed as insulation in winter clothing, automobile interiors or other consumer goods.
Waste Connections can arrange for group tours of the Balcones Recycling Center in Austin. Call 512-282-3508 for information.
Call 512-352-3251 for assistance for water or street emergencies after 5 p.m. weekdays and all day on the weekends. Your call will be answered by Police Dispatch who will contact the Public Works staff on call.