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Taylor County

Taylor County, the 98th county organized, was created from Macon, Marion and Talbot counties in 1852. The county was named after Zachary Taylor who won a victory at Buena Vista in the Mexican War and later became the 12th President of the United States.

 

The Tuscaloosa Formation, located in the county, is a sand clay formation that represents the first prominent coastal plains deposits laid.

 

Butler was named for General William Orlando Butler who was another hero of the Mexican War.

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Taylor County Courthouse

Taylor County Website

Taylor County Chamber of Commerce

Taylor County Demographic Profile

   
Comprehensive Plan 

Greater Taylor County Comprehensive Plan 2019-2028

 

Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan

Taylor County 2013-2017

 

Developments of Regional Impact

Water Storage Tank and Distribution Lines for Water and Sewage DRI #1542


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