- GFL LABOR SHORTAGES lead to delays in curbside service
- ECORSE-PELHAM INTERSECTION modernization work begins May 24
- PARDEE ENTRANCES to Heritage Park closed due to construction
- PARDEE AND GODDARD ROADS under construction
- REPORT POTHOLES properly for best results
- UPDATED - FREE COVID-19 TESTING SITE located at Lakes of Taylor Golf Course
Two days of concerts feature LOCASH, Chris Bandi, Filter and Sponge during the Taylor Summer Festival July 8, 9 and 10 in Heritage Park. Read on...
GFL Environmental, the City’s curbside provider for trash, recycling, compost and bulk pickup, is experiencing labor difficulties leading to delays in the service schedule across this community and others in the region. Read on...
The Taylor Animal Shelter was the recipient of a $1,000 donation from an unlikely source – 8-year-old Bryson Kliemann, who recently raised thousands of dollars when his story about selling Pokemon cards to save his sick dog went viral. Read on...
The City of Taylor’s Good to Great Neighborhood Program continues to make its way through the community, with focus currently in the Taylor Parks Elementary School neighborhood (Area #16, northeast corner) as well as Area #20, the southwest corner. Read on...
The Taylor School District recently released a video presentation on information centering on a possible bond proposal. The City is currently running this short video at 10:30 p.m. each evening on its government access channels on Comcast and WOW. Read on...
For the second year in a row, the effects of the COVID-19 global pandemic have caused the cancellation of the Junior League Baseball World Series in Taylor. Read on...
As the economy continues to open back up and employers strive to keep their employees, customers and communities safe from COVID-19, the State of Michigan has launched another round of funding for various work-related programs, according to Michigan.gov. Read on...
The Biden administration announced on June 3 a COVID-19 higher education challenge, which asks college and university leaders to pledge to doing as much as they can to get students, faculty and staff vaccinated before the start of the next academic. Read on...