Detailed Information

City of Taylor, Michigan
Mayor Tim Woolley

About Taylor
Welcome to the City of Taylor’s official website, the most comprehensive source of information on the community. Taylor’s home page provides insight into a city with a proud history, a dynamic present, and an exciting future.

Taylor is in the Downriver area of Metropolitan Detroit, a section that is south of Dearborn, north of Monroe, west of the Detroit River and just east of Detroit Metropolitan Airport. We like to say “all roads lead to Taylor” since we are intersected by the I-94 and I-75 freeways, we are home to six miles of Telegraph Road (US-24) and we are just blocks away from the Southfield Freeway.

Taylor Residents
Our residents are good, hard-working people from many walks of life. They live here because our city is “Taylor-made” for families.

Our community boasts:

Comfortable Neighborhoods
Outstanding Recreation Supplemented by four Different Little Leagues
A Variety of Shopping Opportunities and three Industrial Parks.
This combination allows Taylor’s residents to live, work, shop and play, all within a convenient 24 square miles.

Taylor also is made for recreation. The city is home to Lakes of Taylor and Taylor Meadows Golf Clubs – municipally-owned golf courses with country club-like challenges designed by the renowned Arthur Hills. Lakes are known as the best public course in the Downriver region, and Meadows is likely the friendliest.

The Taylor Sportsplex features four arenas for ice hockey, figure skating, indoor soccer, and special events. It is home to the prestigious Belle Tire Hockey Program and often serves as a practice facility for visiting NHL teams.

The Taylor Recreation Center is the perfect place to work out, play court games or take lessons from the renowned Taylor Dance Program and Ballet Americana, which celebrated its 50th year in 2016.

Heritage Park
Heritage Park, the “jewel of the city,” is a regional park that features:

The 23,000-square-foot Sheridan Center Open Air Pavilion
Taylor Community Library
A Mini Historical Village Surrounding a Small Lake
Petting Farm
Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
Soccer and Baseball Fields