The City of Taylor is recruiting engaged residents who want to learn more about their city for the 2024 LEAD Taylor program. The program is a community-focused, collaborative program that provides participants an in-depth look at government operations, community planning and awareness, and the opportunity to learn about civic culture from the inside.
The class schedule consists of a total of six classes offered on the third Thursday of each month from January through June. The classes are held from noon to 5 p.m. Classes will be held at various locations including Taylor City Council Chambers, Taylor Public Library and Taylor ISD.
The classes include information about how City government works, the operations of the various City departments and the Taylor Independent School District. Classes will also cover civic organizations, the History of Taylor, the Taylor Chamber of Commerce and Tourism, the Taylor Economic Development Corporation, Main Street, and Downtown Businesses.
View the 2024 Brochure here for more information.
- Must be 18 years or older.
- Must be a resident of Taylor OR an employee of either: the City of Taylor, Taylor ISD, or Williamson County.
- Participants are encouraged to attend all classes. If you miss more than two sessions, you will not receive a certificate of completion.
- Must not be running for political office during the program.
Interested in participating? Fill out an online form here. Applications are also available at City Hall, 400 Porter St.
For additional information about the LEAD Taylor program, call 512-352-5448 or online at firstname.lastname@example.org.