The City Council is the legislative branch of municipal government. A seven-member board is elected at large and serves a four-year term. The Council Chairperson is determined by the highest number of votes and runs the bi-monthly meetings. All meetings are open to the public. Visitors are granted reasonable time to speak on agenda items or under the open business portion of the meeting. Agendas and minutes for each meeting are available online, at the City Clerk’s office or from the Council Executive Assistant.
City Council meetings are open to the public.
1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month
6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers
City of Taylor Municipal Building 23555 Goddard Road Taylor, MI 48180
Meeting information is always posted, per the Open Meetings Act.
As of November 2022, regular Study Sessions are no longer scheduled.
Those needing special accommodations to attend City Council meetings may contact the Council Secretary to make arrangements. Alternately, those who would like to submit a question to be read/discussed during a meeting may submit their questions/concerns to the Council Secretary at least one day prior to a regularly scheduled meeting, or live during a meeting via the e-comments option.
The Michigan Department of Transportation will host a public meeting on February 28 to discuss bridge improvements and replacements in the Telegraph Road/I-75 connector area, and north of Eureka Road. Read on...
The City of Taylor is in good financial condition, based on the audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023. The audit was conducted by a team from Plante Moran in cooperation with the City’s Budget and Finance Department. Read on...
The City of Taylor Animal Shelter recently received an $8,000 grant from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) as part of the 2024 Animal Welfare Funds grant program. Read on...