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      Taylor's downtown Heritage Square includes a first-class amphitheater, pavilion and splash pad.
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      Be sure to experience Taylor's public arts including a statue of rodeo legend Bill Pickett, at the corner of Main and Second.
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      Chamber Board Members celebrating our 4 Star Accreditation rating from the US Chamber
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      Taylor public schools offer a range of academic and athletic programs including an early college high school.
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      The Taylor Rodeo is a summer-time institution at the Williamson County Expo Center.
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      Learn about local businesses and job vacancies at the Business Expo
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      Join us the third Monday for programs on hot topics in our town
  • Taylor Made Texas!

  • The Greater Taylor Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center represents a thriving, progressive community nestled in Williamson County, the fastest growing area in the country.  We boast a membership of over 330 businesses from around the county and beyond including Austin, Hutto, Round Rock, Georgetown, Coupland, Granger, Thorndale, and Thrall.  We offer our members networking opportunities, entrepreneurship promotion, and programs designed to raise professional awareness of their businesses.  We have small town values united with big time ideas waiting for you.  If you want to experience the ordinary, you have other options.  If you want to delve into a community rich in history and opportunity, come to Taylor.  We’re anything but ordinary –

  • The Greater Taylor Chamber of Commerce is always looking out for your business needs whether it be large or small.  Our Advocacy efforts have grown since its inception to cover many different areas of concern that affect your operations and your bottom line.  As many will remember, the Chamber went to bat for you during the Road Use Tax issue that would have severely hampered some of our local industries.  Your voices were heard and the Chamber was proud to have played a part in the process.  Thus far in 2021 we have weighed in on state legislation ranging from broadband inadequacies and workforce development issues to preserving local controls for our city.

    By clicking on the banner above you have the opportunity to express your concerns and needs directly to the Chamber.  We will respond to your needs in any way we can.

    Working together we can be proactive and effective in defining our business needs for the future. 

  • Welcome...

    Dr. Justin Garcia
    Weber Chiropratic 
    517 W 2nd St
    Taylor, TX 76574
    512-365-2225
    www.weber-chiropractic.com
     
    Texas Hemp Processors LLC
    1151 CR 428
    Taylor, TX 76574
    512-968-7904
    www.texashempprocessors.net
     
     

  • Recent Ribbon Cuttings

  • Congratulations: The Lower Brushy Creek WCID was celebrated May 29 with a ribbon cutting by the Chamber. They have continually sought to keep the residence of Taylor in mind when making decisions about future projects. We appreciate all that they do! Find about more about them HERE

  • Howdy and welcome to Taylor to the Williamson County Fair and Rodeo Association.
  • Enjoy our local art galleries and dynamic downtown live music venues.
  • Monthly Chamber Luncheon

  • What in the heck is going on in the Taylor Real Estate Market?

    The Chamber luncheon on Monday, June 21
    Join us for a panel discussion with local real estate professionals about the Taylor real estate market and what is its forecast.
    The luncheon will begin at noon at Holiday Inn Express and Suites, 180 Carlos G. Parker Blvd. Lunch will be catered by Sirloin Stockade. Registration is $15 with a deadline of Wednesday, June 16. Register by clicking HERE

    Thank you to our Sponsor

    If you are not already on our mailing list just, email us and we will get you on it.

     

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  • Weekly Newsletters

  • Celebration!

  • S&D Plumbing celebrated 40 years in business and 25 in Taylor with an anniversary ribbon cutting last week. The Chamber is proud of its friendship with the company and its founders Sam and Rhonda Dowdy. Click HERE to learn more about this great local business.

  • Customer Service of the Month

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  • Ambassadors for the Greater Taylor Chamber of Commerce honored Roger Hinton with the City of Taylor’s Information Technology Department with the April 2020 Customer Service of the Month Award at a presentation Dec. 17, that was delayed due to the pandemic. Hinton was selected for helping a local resident whose dog was running loose. According to the nomination information, Hinton chased the dog and returned it to her soothing her anxiety and earning her trust and gratitude. Customer Service of the Month winners are selected from nominations from the public and Chamber staff and volunteers for extraordinary acts of service to their business’s customers. Nominations are accepted via email at info@taylorchamber.org. Winners must be owners or employees of  Chamber member businesses to be eligible.

  • WELCOME TO TAYLOR

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    20 Fun Things to do in Taylor!

    Check them out here!

    This is our 2019 visitor guide, community calendar and membership directory. It's a great place to learn lots about Taylor, Tx.


  • Business of the Month

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  • Chamber Ambassadors honored Taylor Area Businesswomen with the title of March Business of the Month this year. That award was presented at TAB’s monthly meeting Dec. 16. TAB was selected for initiating a program for mentoring future women leaders at Taylor High School. Ambassadors welcome nominations for this monthly award. If you have a business that you believe has had an exemplary impact on our community, please send details to info@taylorchamber.org. Chamber members are eligible for the award.

    To make a nomination for Business of the Month for support of the Chamber and our community, please call 512-352-6364 or email info@taylorchamber.org.

  • Local Video

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  • Visit Taylor, Texas!
  • Learn about Taylor ISD
  • More About Us!


  • MEMBER LOG-IN HELP

    Are you new to the Chamber?

    Want some extra instructions on all the options available with Chamber Master?

    Just click on the links below and you can get at-your-fingertips help on the many ways the Chamber has added value to your membership.

    You can list a job opening - a special deal-of-the-day (or any timeframe) - create a marketplace announcement - or post a video of your business.  The possibilities of reaching an ever widening audience are tremendous.

    So come on!!  List that special, find that just-right person for your business, make a how-to video and let everyone know what you're up to!!

    UPDATE YOUR USER PROFILE

    UPDATE YOUR COMPANY PROFILE


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    Greater Taylor Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center
    1519 N. Main St.
    Taylor, Texas 76574

    Email: info@taylorchamber.org

    Phone: 512-352-6364