Town Board Meetings: 1st Thursday after the 1st Tuesday each month at 6:00 pm.

Trash Pickup: Tuesday & Friday

Limb Pickup: Wednesdays

Town of Taylorsville
P O BOX 358
Taylorsville, MS 39168
Phone: 601-785-6532
Fax: 601-785-2200

The town of Taylorsville has a 2003 Ford Windstar Van for sale. For more information, please contact the town hall.

Taylorsville, Mississippi in Smith County is a lovely rural town nestled near the beautiful Leaf River and located south centrally within the state. Taylorsville lies at the intersection of 3 State Highways 37, 28, 531. We have a heavy traffic flow, and claim most of the industry found in Smith County. Taylorsville is a thriving business community with an active Chamber of Commerce, a large Industrial Park and lots of southern hospitality. You're invited to visit our town and see what we have to offer!

Welcome to Taylorsville!

Entrance sign on Hwy 28 east of Taylorsville
Welcome to Taylorsville!
The Highway 28 East Welcome sign has been enhanced by daffodil bulbs and 2 magnolia trees.
The bulbs were donated by “Respond With Love Gardens” and were planted at the entrance sign on Highway 28. The Taylorsville Garden Club donated a Lil’ Gem Magnolia and another garden club member, Shelia Williams made a donation in memory of her mother.

Planting in the Park

Volunteers Pitch in to beautify the town park with plantings
Janette Brewer,Helen Grissom, Barbara Morrow, Rex Gilbert, Rosalyn Glenn, Benny Prestridge,
Kevin Lucus, Ki’Andrea Booker, Debbie Morris, Jennifer McCallum and Jamie King.
Volunteers from Mississippi Power, Taylorsville Garden Club, and Green Sprouts Garden Club
came to help the Town of Taylorsville  with New Plantings in the Park on April 5th.

5th Grillin’ n Chillin’ BBQ Festival Nov 1, 2014

Great Festival Crowd last year for the Bellamy Brothers Show.
November 1, 2014 is the day we’ll celebrate our Fifth Annual BBQ Festival!! Last year was a beautiful day, we had a wonderful crowd, great entertainment, and a record-breaking car, truck, and bike show!! Thank you all for attending.
Plans are in the works for this years festival, which is a cooperative effort between the Town of Taylorsville and the Taylorsville Chamber of Commerce.  Applications will be available soon, so we’d love to hear from all you interested vendors, ‘hot smokin barbecue competitors’, and car buffs. If you’ve never been to our Festival, maybe you can imagine the delicious aroma of barbecue ribs and brisket floating through the air… we just follow our nose to an awesome BBQ meal!  Make your plans now to be with us on November 1, 2014! We’ll be announcing the entertainment lineup soon, so stay tuned!! Visit the Chamber Online for more festival information or Email.

Business in Taylorsville

We welcome Carey’s Collision to Taylorsville.
Pictured above: left to right, Mayor Rosalyn Glenn, Alice Johnson, Jason Carey,
Arthur Shelby, Nanette Singleton, Darrell Mozingo, Shelia Carey, Paul Mosely, Roger
Dale Carey, Ray Lancaster, Michael and Kayla Carey, Jeanette Berewer, Newt Ishee.
The shop is located at 235 Eaton Street in Taylorsville.
Owner, Roger Dale Carey invites you to come by or call for more information: 601-452-5003.

Mayor Rosalyn Glenn

Have you ever asked yourself the question, can I buy that in Taylorsville? You can find a wide selection of merchandise available here. It helps everyone when you “Shop in Taylorsville”.

Message from Mayor Rosalyn Glenn

Our monthly meeting was held on April 3, 2014, 6:00 P.M. with all board member present. Mrs. Barbara Harris from the Secretary of State’s office explained the new voter ID regulations for the upcoming elections on June 3, 2014. We have information at Town Hall or call 1844.MSVOTER or visit

It is so important for everyone to VOTE. It is a privilege that we have as an American. During our last town election only 39% of the registered voters voted. Taylorsville’s population is 1353 and we only have 851 registered voters. Why are the 502 not registered to vote? Your vote does count.

The town planted thousands of bulbs earlier this year and now they are in full bloom. They were planted at various locations and in pots placed around public buildings. All these bulbs were donate by “RESPOND WITH LOVE GARDENS’’. The Taylorsville Garden Club purchased a Lil’ Gem Magnolia to be planted at the entrance sign on Hwy. 28 by the ball field and Mrs. Gary (Shelia) Williams donated a Lil’ Gem Magnolia in memory of her mother that was planted at the same location.

In October 2013, the town received a check from the Mississippi Nursery and Landscape Association, Inc. for $1,000.00. We had been chosen the 2013 winner of the Mississippi Community Green Connection Grant for the Central Region. Mississippi Power, Taylorsville Garden Club and the Town of Taylorsville had a “Planting in the Park” on April 5, 2014. Azaleas, hydrangeas, nandinaes, abeliaes, lantanas, carolina jasmine and redbud trees were planted. Alderwoman, Janette Brewer, donated a redbud tree in memory of her husband, Mr. Tony Brewer.

We greatly appreciate the donations and volunteers who help our town. It only takes a few working together to accomplish a lot.

Mayor Rosalyn Glenn
Town of Taylorsville