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Posted on: October 26, 2020

EXTENDED: MAYOR EXTENDS FACE MASK ORDER FOR BUSINESSES

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Mayor Brandt Rydell recently signed an order to extend the face mask order put into place on July 1. The order required businesses (including non-profit entities) and commercial entities within the City of Taylor to develop and implement a face covering h...

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Posted on: October 24, 2020

ONE INJURED IN HOUSE FIRE IN THE CITY OF TAYLOR

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Taylor, Hutto Fire Departments Extinguished Fire; No Additional Injuries Reported

TAYLOR, TEXAS – One person was injured in a house fire on the 500 block of West Rio Grande near Maple Street in Taylor on Saturday night, October 24. The C...

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Posted on: October 9, 2020

BACKFLOW PREVENTION AND CONTAMINATION LETTERS BEING SENT TO RESIDENTS

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The City of Taylor, with help from Vepo LLC, will be sending letters to Taylor residents with irrigation backflow assemblies on the first of each month. If you have never received a letter, this is not a new requirement. Letters have been sent in the past...

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Posted on: October 6, 2020

Taylor Police Welcome New Officer

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TAYLOR, Texas – The Taylor Police Department welcomed Officer Jesus De Hoyos with a swear-in ceremony at the Taylor Police Department on Friday, October 2nd.

 The ceremony was conducted by Taylor Police Chief Henry Fluck, who administere...

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Posted on: October 6, 2020

Sergeant Morehouse Recognized For Service To Victims

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TAYLOR, Texas – Taylor Police Sergeant Anthony Morehouse has recently been recognized in an awards ceremony for his outstanding service to victims of crime. Taylor Chief of Police Henry Fluck presented Sergeant Morehouse with an award from Hope ...

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Posted on: October 5, 2020

CITY OF TAYLOR ANNOUNCES CANCELLATION OF SPOOKTACULAR SCARE ON THE SQUARE

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TAYLOR, TEXAS – The City of Taylor announces that due to ongoing concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and keeping the safety of Taylor residents in mind, the Spooktacular Scare on the Square event that was scheduled for October 31, ...

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Posted on: September 29, 2020

EXTENDED: City of Taylor Mayor Extends Mask Order for Businesses

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Mayor Brandt Rydell recently signed an order to extend the face mask order put into place on July 1. The order required businesses (including non-profit entities) and commercial entities within the City of Taylor to develop and implement a face covering h...

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Posted on: September 24, 2020

PERCUSSION PLAYGROUND TO BE CREATED WITH GRANT FROM TEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE

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Construction Costs for Playground at Murphy Park to Be Supplemented by Good Life Taylor

TAYLOR, TEXAS – Thanks to a grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Local Park Grant Program, the City of Taylor is one step closer to the constructi...

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Posted on: August 5, 2020

2020 Notice of Tax Rates in City of Taylor

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Prior to the passage of Senate Bill (S.B.) 2, most cities provided notice of their property tax rates pursuant to Local Government Code Section 140.010. That statute was repealed by S.B. 2 and replaced with the following required notice of the city&rs...

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Posted on: July 7, 2020

The City of Taylor Announces Cancellation of 2020 Main Street Car Show

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Organizers Cite Concern for Public Health and Safety, Planning and Logistics Challenges  

TAYLOR, TX—Out of an abundance of caution, and with the safety of attendees and volunteers in mind, the City of Taylor and Main Street Car Show org...

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Posted on: August 23, 2019

Taylor Police Still Seeking Information in 2004 Katara Johnson Murder

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TAYLOR, Texas – The Taylor Police Department is still seeking assistance from the public in solving the August 26, 2004 murder of Katara Johnson.As the 15th anniversary of the murder approaches, Taylor Police Chief Henry Fluck stated, "We s...

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