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!
At left is Velocity Fitness, owned by Brent Chennault. Velocity offers monthly or yearly memberships to individuals and families. They have free weights, machines, and cardio equipment, whatever you need to get in shape! Hours are 5am to 9pm Monday-Friday and 8am to 12pm on Saturday. Join now to enter the “Biggest Loser Contest”
Wells Discount Flooring & More, pictured above and at right, is owned by Robbie Wells. He sells and installs carpet, flooring, counter tops, ceramic tile, cabinets, and much more. Call 601-735-7513 or come into the store to discuss your interior construction and decorating needs.
Town Officials Receive Certificates from MML
On December 4, 2014 the mayor and two board members received certificates from the Mississippi Municipal League. Janette Brewer, Alderman, Professional Development Level, Mayor Rosalyn Glenn, Advanced Level, and Dennis Robinson, Alderman, Basic Level. The Certified Municipal Officials program utilizes existing opportunities such as conferences and special meetings along with specially crafted courses to provide meaningful, informative, and useful information on topics that will expand the elected official’s knowledge and capabilities.
David Gamble , a representative from Woodmen of the World Lodge #338 presented a check of $500.00 to the Taylorsville Volunteer Fire Dept. Don Chennault, Fire Chief, expressed his thanks to Mr. Gamble for the donation from WOW Lodge #338 to the Taylorsville Volunteer Fire Dept.
The Town of Taylorsville has purchased a new police vehicle. Officer Brad White goes on patrol in a new Dodge Charger. Thanks to our local police force for doing an excellent job and keeping Taylorsville safe.
Full time Taylorsville Police officers are:
Chief Gabe Horn
November 1, 2014 The Fifth Annual Grillin’ n Chillin’ BBQ Festival was held on November 1, 2014. It was a beautiful sunny but cold day. We had a 5K Walk Run, a great crowd, awesome entertainment (Sammy Kershaw), more grillin’ competitors than ever, and a record-breaking car, truck, and bike show!! Thank you all for attending!
The festival is a cooperative effort between the Town of Taylorsville and the Taylorsville Chamber of Commerce. If you’ve never been to our Festival, imagine the delicious aroma of barbecue ribs and brisket floating through the air… we just follow our nose to an awesome BBQ meal! Visit the Chamber Online for festival photos.