1. NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
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    CITY OF TAYLOR MOVES TO ORANGE PHASE

    The City of Taylor is now operating under the ORANGE phase of the Phased-in Mitigation Plan after the Williamson County Cities and Health District (WCCHD) moved into the ORANGE phase on Thursday, March 18. Read on...
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    Utility Billing Delayed Opening May 18

    The Utility Billing drive-through will have a delayed opening on Tuesday, May 18. The drive-through will open for residents at 9 a.m. Read on...
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    CITY OF TAYLOR KICKS OFF NATIONAL PUBLIC WORKS WEEK WITH PROCLAMATION ON MAY 13

    The City of Taylor will honor the City’s many public works employees at the May 13 City Council Meeting in anticipation National Public Works Week, acknowledged by the American Public Works Association (APWA) on May 16 -22. Read on...
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    CITY OF TAYLOR JOINS INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL FOR THE CELEBRATION OF BUILDING SAFETY MONTH 2021

    In May 2021, the City of Taylor will participate in the 41st annual Building Safety Month, a worldwide campaign presented by the International Code Council (ICC), its members and partners to promote building safety. Read on...
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    TAYLOR PUBLIC LIBRARY RECEIVES NATIONAL GRANT FOR SMALL AND RURAL LIBRARIES

    Taylor Public Library has been selected as one of 317 libraries to participate in Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries Read on...
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    CITY OF TAYLOR WELCOMES NEW PARKS AND RECREATION DIRECTOR TYLER BYBEE

    Following a national search for a new Director of Parks and Recreation, City Manager Brian LaBorde is pleased to announce that the City of Taylor has selected Tyler Bybee for the position. Read on...
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    CITY OF TAYLOR ENCOURAGES CONTINUED VIGILANCE AND COMMON COURTESY WITH COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

    Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced on Tuesday, March 2nd, that he will rescind the statewide mask mandate and allow all businesses to operate at full capacity effective Wednesday, March 10th. Read on...
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    Taylor Police Still Seeking Information in 2004 Katara Johnson Murder

    The Taylor Police Department is still seeking assistance from the public in solving the August 26, 2004 murder of Katara Johnson. Read on...
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