An active Taylorsville community council is getting city support for big projects to improve their neighborhoods.
One of the people most responsible for Taylorsville becoming a city is still busy, more than a decade after retiring as mayor.
The crackdown on homeless people in Salt Lake has pushed that population into other parts of the valley, including Taylorsville.
The Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District that handles Taylorsville garbage and recycling collection is facing a revenue challenge.
Taylorsville residents learn about their emergency response personnel during the city’s annual “Night Out Against Crime.”
Taylorsville residents continue to receive quality service from the Salt Lake County Public Works Department.
A new frontage road adjacent to the belt route in Taylorsville is under consideration.
Taylorsville/Bennion Heritage Center houses antiques and hosts tours while struggling to make ends meet.
Salt Lake County launches a series of community outreach meetings, with one of the first in Taylorsville.
West Jordan City Council amends its secondary vendor permit fee to be in accordance with a new senate bill and make West Jordan more business friendly to food trucks.