Taylors TownSquare conducts meetings that provide an open forum where the Taylors Community can gather to form relationships, be inspired, and find common goals.
Community cannot exist without us regularly gathering together. Taylors TownSquare meetings began in October of 2012 out of the noted desire in community members to have a place and time to get together. Today’s culture places a high value on digital presence, connectivity, and always being available online. We have tried to build our community around the opposite: physically getting together comes first. While we do share many things online, we hope you will find value in the gatherings we host.
Meetings are held at the Taylors Ministry Center (Old Taylors Post Office) which is part of the Taylors First Baptist Church property.
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Taylors Farmers Market
The Taylors Farmers Market facilitates community and commerce by creating a venue to purchase quality, local produce and goods that leads to ongoing relationships. Find out more at this Initiative's website.
A Logo to Represent Taylors
Taylors TownSquare is leading an initiative to launch a Taylors Community Brand that is independent of any specific group or organization that can be used to represent the entire area. Developed over a 3-day intensive branding exercise in August 2015 by Arnett, Muldrow, and Associates and refined over the fall, this branding document represents a major step forward in a collective identity of Taylors.
Gateways into Taylors
Taylors TownSquare is currently working with property owners at the intersections of Wade Hampton Boulevard and Main Street, Taylors to develop gateway entrances into Taylors featuring this branding. If you would be interested in using this branding to represent something of the public interest, contact Alex Reynolds.
The Style Guide
Find the full style guide from Arnett Muldrow below.
Parks & Recreation
The Enoree River Trail Corridor Initiative is our umbrella that includes Chick Springs Park, The Park at Taylors Mill, and the Chick Springs Trail.
The Enoree River Trail is a proposed biking/walking trail with a northern terminus at the future Chick Springs Park site. The trail would follow the Enoree River south, connecting to The Park at Taylors Mill (a TTS Initiative), Cory Burns Park (County Rec), East Riverside Park (County Rec), and eventually the Pelham Mill Park (County Rec).
The Park at Taylors Mill
The Park at Taylors Mill is a unique space in progress at the end of Mill Street at the Taylors Mill property. Dreamed up in the Summer of 2014, with the first phase being executed in September 2014, The Park envisions a unique community gathering space featuring a playground, sand volleyball court, disc golf park, as well as linkages to future park sites.
Chick Springs Park
Chick Springs Park is a proposed park on a portion of the historic Chick Springs Hotel site. Greenville County is currently in discussions with the owner of the property to acquire it for future park development.
Greer Station Connection
The City of Greer envisions a future connection from Greer Station to Chick Springs Park, providing a link from downtown Greer to the Chick Springs Trail, roughly following the path of Chick Springs Road.
- 2008 County Greenway Plan
- 2015 Geer Community Plan
- 2016 Greer Bike/Pedestrian Plan
- 2016 Taylors Community Plan