Hall is the organizing force behind the Town of Taylorsville and
is responsible for:
organization and operation of Public Works
in dispatching the Taylorsville Police Department
Zoning and Planning for the Town of Taylorsville
neighborhood services including utilities, sanitation & animal
benefits from the government within the Town of Taylorsville
are enjoyed by residents both inside and outside of the town
limits, as is evident through the duties of Public Works
maintaining our town's appearance & more, the duties of our Police
Department keeping our town safe and the duties of Zoning & Planning
with our town's future in mind.
are encouraged to attend the public Town Council meetings so that
our Mayor and Town Council can gain input from the public.
meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. in
the Council Chambers at Town Hall, unless otherwise announced in
the Taylorsville Times or posted on our website.
View the Town Calendar
for meeting dates.
You can read about the items that
were discussed during each Town Council meeting in the Taylorsville
Times issue following the monthly Council meetings.
Town of Taylorsville has a Council/Manager form of government in
which the Town Council, comprised of the Town Councilmen/Councilwomen, appoints
a Town Manager to be the chief administrator of the town. The Town
Manager is appointed solely on the basis of his executive and administrative
Town Manager is responsible to the Town Council for administering
all municipal affairs placed in his charge by them, including but
not limited to:
and supervise the administration of all departments, offices
and agencies of the town, subject to the general direction and
control of the council, except as otherwise provided by law.
Attend all meetings of the Council and recommend any measures
that he deems expedient. See
that all laws of the state, the town charter, and the ordinances,
resolutions and regulations of the Council are faithfully executed
within the town. Prepare
and submit the annual budget and capital program to the Council.
to the Council and make available to the public a complete report
on the finances and administrative activities of the town as
of the end of the fiscal year.
nostalgic mural that runs the length of the wall in the Council
Chambers was painted by Juanita Bowlin in February 1965 and depicts
Taylorsville at that time.
Click to view a slide show
of the mural.