Utilities & Infrastructure

Powerful Resources for Your Business

Taylor has the infrastructure capacity and reliable utilities to support every type of business. The city’s location at the intersection of Texas State Highway 95 and U.S. Highway 79 and rail lines create vast possibilities for state-wide distribution.


Electric service in Taylor is delivered and maintained by Oncor, the largest energy delivery company in Texas. Oncor is committed to providing reliable electricity to fuel business dreams and economic growth. The company partners with local communities and enterprises of all sizes to attract new jobs, more companies, and diverse industries to the Lone Star State. 

Consumers reap the benefits of a deregulated electric market in Texas, including highly competitive electric prices. Residents have the ability to choose their preferred retail electric provider and businesses can negotiate with providers for service that fits their individual needs. 

Natural Gas 

Natural Gas is provided by ATMOS Energy, the country’s largest natural gas-only distributor. ATMOS Energy is committed to modernizing infrastructure while investing in safety, innovation, environmental sustainability, and its communities.

Water, Wastewater, and Garbage

The City of Taylor provides water, wastewater, and garbage services to all residential and commercial customers within the city limits. 

Taylor receives an ample supply of water for residents, businesses, and future growth. Water is sourced from nearby Granger Lake and is provided by the City of Taylor via the Brazos River Authority. Water is treated at The East Williamson County Regional Water System (EWCRWS), which is designed to treat approximately 12.5 million gallons of surface water from Granger Lake per day.


AT&T and Spectrum serve Taylor, providing internet and TV services.

Infrastructure Improvements

Taylor is committed to making improvements in infrastructure to support our local businesses and residents. In 2019, the City of Taylor approved $13.1 million in bond funds for infrastructure improvements, with funds allocated for road and drainage improvements, water and wastewater line replacement, and right-of-way driveway repairs. 

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