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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.
  • 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 to our Newest Members...



    Krazy Eagles Wings and Things

    3906 Sojourner St.

    Austin, TX 78725

    Email: Krazyeagles2020@gmail.com




    Crestone Wellness, LLC

    301 Highland Dr.

    Taylor, TX 76574





    Salvation Army Taylor Service Unit








    Bard Construction

    388 Exchange Blvd #60

    Hutto, TX 78634


    Email: robert@bardconstruction.com

  • Chamber Ambassador Class of 2022

  • Monthly Chamber Luncheon


    Please join us for our Monthly Luncheon at 11:45 a.m. on June 20th.

    Register now to join us for the Chamber luncheon featuring a presentation by Paul Fletcher, CEO of Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area, the nonprofit community partnership providing no-cost recruitment, employment services, and child care assistance to businesses and job seekers in Central Texas.

    Held at the Taylor ISD Events Center, 3101 N. Main St.; Taylor, TX 76574

      Catering by Krazy Eagles Wings and Things

    Thank you to our Sponsor

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


  • Ribbon Cuttings:

  • Julie Downs
  • The Lower Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District (WCID) celebrated 20 years as an independent organization protecting the area around Taylor from flooding at a ribbon cutting and swearing in of new directors on Thursday, May 19. The Chamber and its Ambassadors were happy to enjoy the festivities along side them. To learn more about the Lower Brushy WCID, find them online at https://lowerbrushycreekwcid.org/



    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.

  • Local Video

  • Taylor Chamber of Commerce 2020 Annual Reort
  • Visit Taylor, Texas!
  • Learn about Taylor ISD
  • More About Us!


    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!!



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  • Contact Us!



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

    Email: info@taylorchamber.org

    Phone: 512-352-6364