News Listings

  • The City of Taylor is closed today (Tuesday, November 11) in honor of Veterans Day. It will reopen tomorrow during regular business hours.

  • The U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Disaster Assistance team will conduct a presentation from  10 a.m. until noon on November 14 at an Eastern Michigan University location at 38777 W. Six Mile Road, Room 423 in Livonia.  

    Whether your business suffered physical damage or loss of income from the August...
  • Experience the "real meaning of Christmas" with actors and live animals at a drive-through Living Nativity at New Hope Assembly of God, 14000 Racho Boulevard, just north of the Southland Center. 

    Hours are 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 12, 13 and 14.

    The event, which is subtitled "a...
  • The Recycle Perks program is no longer being offered through the City of Taylor.

    Mayor Rick Sollars and Department of Public Services Executive Director David Mackie are seeking alternative programs that would be more beneficial to Taylor residents. The City of Taylor has no intention of ending recycling; it is just seeking a...
  • The fourth and final meeting of the "Taylor on Watch" program for 2014 will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, November 19, in the City Council Chambers of City Hall. The meeting...
  • Taylor Northeast Little League we will be offering an "early bird" registration from noon until 4 p.m. on January 24 and January 31, 2015, at its clubhouse. 

    Cost on these dates ONLY is $35. The...
  • Volunteers from Beacon Baptist Church have scheduled a cleanup of Golden Ridge Cemetery (previously known as Taylor Township Cemetery) from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday,...

  • The U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding residents and businesses that recorded damages during the August 11-13 record storm that the organization may be able to help you.

    Businesses and private non-profits of any size can apply for up to $2 million in loans for uncompensated physical property loss and/or Real Estate,...
  • The City of Taylor is currently working on several projects across the community.

    OVERALL UPDATE: The Department of Public Works started its fall street sweeping program earlier this...
  • The newly renovated Taylor Recreation Center is offering Alex Thomas and Friends Stop-Motion Animation Lessons on two different levels for children ages 8 and over along with teens and adults.

    The programs will run...
  • The City Clerk's Office will be open to the public from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 1.

    These special hours will be devoted to absentee voting purposes only.

    Please note that the Clerk's Office is unable to give an absentee ballot to anyone but the voter themselves. However, a voter's representative...
  • It's almost Halloween time in Taylor, and there's plenty to look forward to as we move collectively toward the end of the week -- including some important tips from the Taylor Police...
  • The City of Taylor started its fall street sweeping earlier this week.  

    The City will sweep every concrete curbed street twice (weather permitting) between before Christmas.  It has not been the city’s policy to sweep asphalt roads due to the fact shoulder gravel is swept away. Therefore grading or adding shoulder...
  • Back by popular demand ... 

    The Taylor Animal Shelter is planning a “Pre-Thanksgiving Pet Adoption Day” on Saturday, November 1.

    The event...
  • Mayor Rick Sollars was one of the keynote speakers during today's (October 21) groundbreaking of the new Heritage Park Senior Village by Volunteers of America.

    The village is being...
  • Principal Michelle Tocco and the good people at Hoover Middle School hosted an anti-bullying rally this morning as part of national bullying awareness month.

    Featured was the...
  • Between 250 and 300 people attended the City of Taylor's annual Armed Forces Remembrance Day on May 10. This year's event focused on the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, and Vietnam-...
  • Mayor Rick Sollars of the City of Taylor has ordered all flags in the community to be lowered to half-mast to honor former Mayor Jeffrey Lamarand, who passed away Sunday evening.
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  • Mayor Rick Sollars of the City of Taylor issued the following statement after learning of the death of Jeffrey Lamarand, 45, former mayor of the city. Mr. Lamarand was found dead in his family’s new home in Dexter, where he was doing some work before they moved in:

    “I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing...