The City of Taylor is currently sweeping streets in the community. Given that Taylor is 24 squares miles, street sweeping takes several months to accomplish. Barring unforeseen circumstances, street sweeping machines keep a regular Monday through Friday schedule.
There is a community blood drive for the American Red Cross scheduled for Tuesday, June 16, at the Taylor Sportsplex.
Coffee with Mayor Rick Sollars will be held from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Monday, June 8, at Panera Bread, 23301 Eureka Road.
The Taylor Conservatory Foundation and the Wayne County Community College Downriver District's Prechter Educational and Performing Arts Center has announced its 2015 Music and Arts in the Gardens concert slate.
Famous health educator and nutrition specialist Nikki Marie will begin her summer class schedule on June 9 at the Taylor Recreation Center.
The Heritage Park Petting Farm is now registering for its summer farm camps.
Parenting Awareness Michigan is featuring a 2016 Parenting Awareness Month Poster Contest that is seeking contributions from considered children and adults.
Jim Taylor, who directs the annual Heritage Park Cleanup Day, is planning a cleanup of the Frank & Poet Drain located behind Dick's Sporting Goods and Big Lots in the Taylor Retail Center on Eureka Road on Saturday, June 6.
The Volunteers of America (VOA) will hold a community meeting on the new Heritage Park Senior Village-Taylor project, currently under construction on Superior Drive behind Target.
Total crime over the first four months of 2015 is down a little over 2 percent compared to the same period last year, according to the April 2015 Incident Comparison & Major Crimes Report released by the Taylor Police Department this week.
The Taylor Recreation Center is accepting registration for its summer day camp beginning May 15. The 11-week program scheduled to begin June 15.