City Clerk

Welcome to the City Clerk’s page! Here you will be able to apply for various licenses and permits, request public records through the Freedom of Information Act, and learn about upcoming elections. Forms and applications are located under the City Clerk’s Forms on the sidebar. If you have any questions please contact my office at: (734) 287-6550 -option 6. We look forward to helping you.

City of Taylor 2021 Elections

Primary Election- August 3, 2021

August 3, 2021 Primary Election- Certified Results: Click here

Unofficial results: Click here

 *Click here for Sample ballot

Click here for the list of valid write-ins for the primary election

General Election- November 2, 2021 *Sample ballot will be posted once available

For more voter information, click here

Candidates for Local Office are listed below, in alphabetical order

Mayor (Vote for One) : Alex Garza and Tim Woolley

City Clerk (Vote for One) : Cynthia A. Bower

City Treasurer (Vote for One): Michelle Tocco

City Council (Vote for Seven): Amy Atwood, Jill Brandana, Tina Daniels, Nick Dmitruchina, Douglas Geiss, Chrissy Masters Carmona, Charles Johnson, Justin Mordarski, Herman Ramik, Lindsey Rose, Ira Slaven, Asha Tyson, Chris Verdun, and Angie Winton.

    The City Clerk provides the following services:

The City Clerk's Office is also the custodian of all City records and keeps a permanent copy of all board and commission proceedings.

  1. City extends street improvements, adding 10 new locations

    Taylor will continue street improvements through the end of October, if not longer, depending on the weather. Contractors are scheduled to complete Monroe and Mortenview streets, between Ecorse and Wick. but another 10 locations have been added. Read on...
  1. Recreation Department seeks applicants for commission

    The Recreation Department is currently seeking applications for recreation commissioners. Read on...
  1. Influx, staffing shortages hurt COVID-19 by Michigan hospitals

    According to reports in the Detroit Free Press, Michigan hospitals are once again reaching a dangerous tipping point, as staffing shortages and an influx of COVID-19 patients have begun to strain healthcare facilities around the state. Read on...
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