The number of women running and winning political seats in Utah is on the rise.
The Unified Fire Service Area Board of Directors has approved a 9.56 percent property tax hike.
Taylorsville residents' two representatives in the Utah House plan to address a couple of high-profile issues during the current legislative session.
Larry Johnson departs Taylorsville city government after four years on the city council and another four years as mayor.
A longtime Taylorsville City volunteer emerged from among nine candidates to fill the vacant District 2 city council seat.
A new performing arts center is coming to Taylorsville along with lots of economic growth. The city’s community councils are also getting a lot done, while the homeless situation has law enforcement concerned. The municipal election brought the city’s sixth mayor and a new councilwoman, while also creating the need for another city council member.
The Taylorsville Leisure Activities, Recreation & Parks (LARP) Committee is still basking in the glow after launching a successful new community event — and remains on the lookout for outdoor holiday decorations.
Taylorsville will have its second female mayor next month: Overson defeats incumbent, while Harker wins open seat and Armstrong is re-elected to the city council.
Taylorsville City has selected its 21 Youth Council members to represent and serve the community.
City and county officials spent a day in the Phoenix area touring performing arts centers to get ideas about what might be included in a similar facility in Taylorsville.