In this section you will find information on and how to contact the departments of the City of Taylor. Please refer to the left column on this page for links to each department’s page.  Click here for an Organizational Chart.

City Hall is located at 400 Porter Street, Taylor, Texas, 76574. Phone: 512-352-3675.


The Airport Manger handles all aspects related to the Taylor Regional Airport.


The Administration Department includes the City Council and the City Manager’s Office, as well as the City Clerk and Internal Services Division.

City Attorney

The City Attorney provides legal counsel to the City on a variety of issues.


The Finance Department manages all of the City’s financial activity. The Department produces the City’s annual operating budget.

Fire Department

The Fire Department provides emergency services to our population and works to educate citizens on personal and family safety through community engagement. The public can provide their contact information in our online emergency contact information system for emergency personnel to use should an emergency arise in their home or business.

Human Resources Department

The Human Resources Department handles all hiring and staffing issues.


The Taylor Public Library System provides the community with a variety of a outstanding programs and services. They offer an extensive collection of books, DVDs, CDs and magazines as well as archive material outlining Taylor's rich history. For younger readers, the Library offers Story Time for all ages and the Summer Reading Program.

Municipal Court

The Taylor Municipal Court is the first level of the judicial branch of government and handles class C misdemeanors occurring in the territorial limits of the City of Taylor.

Parks and Recreation

The Taylor Parks and Recreation Department oversees the City’s extensive park system, including Taylor Regional Park and Sports Complex, Bull Branch Park, Robinson Park, Hike and Bike Trails, Heritage Square and numerous athletic programs throughout the year. It also conducts numerous special events.

Planning and Development Services

The Development Services Department consists of a Director of Development Services, Code Enforcement, Building Permits and Inspections: The Planning Division implements the City Council’s development goals through adopted planning policy and also administers the city’s zoning, subdivision and historic preservation processes. The Development Services Division administers site development and engineering review for all development proposals. The Code Enforcement Division ensures properties are maintained in accordance with adopted nuisance codes, the Zoning Ordinance, and all other applicable City codes. The Building Permits and Inspections Division is responsible for processing building permits and inspections of all building construction. 

Police Department

The Police Department is responsible for the provision of public safety as well as enforcement of federal, state and city laws and ordinances. Taylor's Police Department embraces a community-policing model and participates in community programs such as National Night Out, Community Cleanup, and many other city-sponsored events. Our Animal Control Unit is responsible for pet and animal issues. The department provides monthly Neighborhood Crime Reports that detail police activity for many Round Rock neighborhoods.

Public Works

The Public Works Department oversees the City’s transportation infrastructure, including streets, signs, traffic signals, and recycling. Parks and Recreation and Utilities both fall under the Public Works department. 


The Utility Department provides reliable and safe drinking water to our customers. The Department also oversees the City’s  wastewater treatment plant.

Utility Billing

The Utility Billing Office, a division of the Finance Department, handles the billing for the City’s water, sewer and garbage services.