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 *Click here for Sample ballot

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- *List of Candidates is subject to change*

Mayor: Alex Garza, Jeff Jones, and Tim Woolley.

City Council: Amy Atwood, Jill Brandana, Tina Daniels, Sam Ditzhazy, Nick Dmitruchina, Martin Drouillard, Douglas Geiss, Chrissy Masters Carmona, Justin Mordarski, Korey Morris, Herman Ramik, Lindsey Rose, Ira Slaven, Asha Tyson, Chris Verdun, and Angie Winton.

City Clerk: Cindy Bower -no primary required

City Treasurer: Michelle Tocco- no primary required

The primary will trim the candidates for mayor to two, of which one will be selected by the voters in November. The candidates for council will be cut to 14 after the August primary, and the top seven vote-getters in the November 2 election are seated as the new City Council. 

Each candidate was required to submit a nominating petition including at least 150 signatures to the Clerk by April 20 at 4 p.m. The requirements also included an Affidavit of Identity and a statement of candidacy. Qualifications are that the candidate has to be 18, a registered voter and be a resident of the City for at least one year.

    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. 2021 Telegraph Cruise scheduled for Saturday, July 24

    The 2021 Telegraph Cruise is making its way back to the City of Taylor (along with Dearborn Heights, Dearborn and Redford) on Saturday, July 24. Official hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The course runs up and down Telegraph Road from Eureka to Puritan. Read on...
  1. Second citywide rummage sale and new fall shred day scheduled

    A second Citywide Rummage Sale is being scheduled for August, and about a month later, a Fall Shred Day has been added to the calendar, as well. Read on...
  1. Michigan Supreme Court denies appeal in water and sewer rates case

    The Michigan Supreme Court has denied an appeal in a plaintiff’s years’ old lawsuit, which alleged the City’s water and sewer rates were unreasonable and constituted disguised taxes in violation of Michigan’s Headlee Amendment, which restricts increases. Read on...
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