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  • For information on the new curbside recycling and recycling incentive programs, click here to access our recycle page.  

    Curbside recycling to...

  • Taylor, Mich. — March 7, 2011 — It has been five years since the Big Band Ball has actually been held in Taylor, despite it being among The Cultural Arts Foundation’s most-recognized annual events. In response to a suggestion by Mayor Lamarand to return the event to Taylor, the Foundation, and its parent group, the Taylor Cultural Arts...

  • The City of Taylor is now taking bids for the 2011/2012 property maintenance season.  Property maintenance includes emergency board-up's, junk and debris removal, weed/grass cutting, and snow removal of vacant homes and the DDA Corridor.  Please see the Current Request for Bid/Request for Proposal section of the city website for all...

  • Click here to view frequently asked questions regarding the new rubbish and recycling program.  Please contact the Department of Public Works at (734) 374-1373 with any additional...

  • On February 12th, The Golf, Parks & Recreation Department hosted Taylor's 2011 Daddy Daughter Dances.  This annual event is attended by nearly 300 father daughter pairs and includes a night of dancing, prizes, and more.  Click...

  • The City of Taylor's first Mayor, Richard Joseph Trolley, 81, passed away on February 15, 2011.  The City of Taylor joins the Taylor Alumni Association in extending condolences to friends and family.

    A Message From the Taylor Alumni Association,

    "THE TAYLOR ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EXTENDS CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF...

  • After a large snowfall, the Parks & Recreation Department receives a large number of calls from families looking for sledding areas here in Taylor.  Although the city of Taylor does not currently offer a staffed outdoor winter recreation area, we do have some areas where Taylor families have been enjoying sledding for generations....

  • Click here to download the "Be Red Cross Ready" winter storm safety checklist.  The document contains a list of things you should do, supplies you should...

  • The 2011 Detroit Tigers Winter Caravan visited the City of Taylor's Midtown Fire Station on Thursday.  Click here to see the article in  Sunday's The News Herald. 

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  • A 5-on-5 Church Fellowship Men's Basketball League is forming. Games will be played at Trillium Academy at 15740 Racho Road in Taylor.

    The season will begin January 8. Each team will play eight regular-season games and playoffs. Games will be played on Saturdays beginning at 9 a.m.

    The league is open to players 18 and older. The...

  • The Winter 2010-2011 edition of the Taylor Info city newsletter can be viewed on the city website: http://www.cityoftaylor.com/taylorinfo. Delivery to all homes and businesses in the city will take place by the Taylor Postal...

  • Sgt. Doc Halliday of the Michigan State Police was part of the helicopter crew that participated in a flyover during the funeral services for Taylor police Cpl. Matthew Edwards, who was killed in the line of duty in July during a reported burglary. The funeral services took place July 29, concluding at Michigan Memorial Cemetery in Huron...

  • City of Taylor officials have added their congratulations to Karen and Jim Taylor, winners of the 2010 Keep Michigan Beautiful Award.

    The Taylors, who were notified about the statewide award in October, received a proclamation earlier this month from the city praising them for their efforts that have made Taylor a better place.

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  • Members of the Taylor Garden Club donated 18 decorated trees to the annual Festival of Trees to benefit Children’s Hospital of Detroit. The trees will be sold during the festival, which continues through Sunday, November 28, at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center in Dearborn. The Festival of Trees is one of the largest annual special...

  • The family of fallen Taylor Auxiliary Police Lt. Dan Kromer will benefit from dinners served Wednesday, December 1, at J.P. McGuire's Bar & Grill at 21138 Goddard Road in Taylor.

    An all-you-can-eat taco dinner buffet will be served for $7.95 starting at 5 p.m., with proceeds benefiting the family of Lt. Kromer, who was killed...

  • Oakwood Heritage Hospital in Taylor is one of only 10 hospitals nationwide to be recognized with a Top Improver award by Press Ganey Associates, Inc.

    The award, which is based on patient satisfaction scores, represents the ongoing goal of ensuring every single patient has a memorable experience with the hospital, said Kelly C. Smith,...

  • The Daughters of Zion, a ministry of Rivers of Living Waters Ministry Church, will sponsor a fund-raising Winter 2010 Arts and Craft Show from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, December 11, at 14400 Beech Daly Road, Taylor. The show will feature original arts and crafts only, not vendors. There will be a bake sale and food available. To receive an...

  • The spirit of the holidays officially kicks off when Santa Claus arrives in Taylor by fire truck during the Santa’s Magic Forest Holiday Parade, starting at noon Saturday, November 27, at Heritage Park, 12111 Pardee Road.
     
    The public is invited to welcome Santa and Mrs. Claus, dignitaries and other community groups marching in...

  • Taylor residents will be asked for their opinions on city services, programs and other hot topics during an open Town Hall at 6 p.m. Tuesday, November 23, at the William D. Ford Senior Activity Center.

    All residents, business owners and elected officials are invited. The Town Hall will feature an interactive aspect that will allow...

  • Reservations are being taken now for the Thanksgiving Buffet Dinner at Lakes of Taylor Golf Club. The buffet will be available from noon to 5 p.m. and seating is by reservation only, (734) 287-9001. The buffet will include honey glazed ham, sliced turkey, stuffing, all of the traditional sides and dessert. Prices have been reduced this year. It...