Alexis Diaz is a Taylorsville resident who has grown up in a home where community service was always a priority.
Wasatch Waste & Recycling
The Taylorsville HAMnet group works with Taylorsville City in providing communications resources in the event of an emergency and also supports local and city events.
Happy 50th anniversary Hugh & Gay Bringhurst, Feb. 17, 2015.
As the new year begins, it’s a great time to look back on things that happened in the City of Taylorsville during 2014.
What do 70 percent of employees at one of Utah’s fastest-growing companies have in common? A Taylorsville connection.
“I hope that I’ll be remembered as being fair,” he said, “particularly in our own company. Arline and I have made a lot of money, and we’ve put a lot of that money into some places that we believed needed it. Money is only good if you do good with it.”
We have accomplished many goals in our city, and there will be many more in 2015. Work is being done each day to make the right decisions and help new business choose to be here in Taylorsville.
We are excited about the capital projects happening in Taylorsville.
We are always looking for ways to provide service in our city and we’ve recently had two opportunities to accomplish this goal.