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Most functions of the Taylor County government are located in the Government Complex or the Annex.

To apply for a position with the County please click HERE for an application

Available Positions:
Roads & Bridges -  Motorgrader Operator

Please Submit applications to Teresa Blackston HR Specialist unless otherwise instructed.

Board of Commissioners

The Commissioner's office is located in the Government Complex: 7 Ivy Street, Butler, GA 31006.

The Taylor County Board of Commissioners meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. and meetings are open to the public.

  • Chairman: Milton Harris – District 3
  • Vice-Chairman: Tameka Harris – District 2
  • Board Members:
    • Cicero Latimore – District 1
    • W. Robert Peacock – District 4
    • Randall F. Nelson – District 5
January 2024 Agenda - Meeting Minutes
February 2024 Agenda - Meeting Minutes
March 2024 Agenda - Meeting Minutes

April 2024 Agenda - Meeting Minutes
May 2024 Agenda

*Please note that minutes will be available after approval at the next meeting.

2024 District Map of Taylor County

Contact Information:

  • Phone: 478-862-3336
  • Fax: 478-862-2871

County Manager

The County Manager plans, organizes and directs the daily operations of the County according to the policy directives of the Board of Commissioners. These daily operations include personnel, budget, purchasing, grants, pension, and maintenance.

County Manager: Amanda Queen

The County Manager’s office is
located in the Government Complex:
  • 7 Ivy Street, Butler, GA 31006
  • Phone: 478-862-3336
  • Fax: 478-862-2871
Conservation Office

Agriculture is a valuable part of Taylor County’s economy. We are blessed to have an abundance of agricultural resources, as well as dedicated farmers investing in our future. Mr. Jordan Reid, Taylor County Soil Conservation Aid, is proud to work with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to help promote conservational practices that aid farmers and help protect their land.

For more information, please visit:
Georgia NRCS Website

Phone: 478-862-3312 Ext. 3

Taylor County Voter Registration & Elections

Click here to register to vote online.

Click here for an absentee ballot application


General Primary - May 21, 2024
Primary Runoff - June 18, 2024
General Election - November 5, 2024
General Runoff - December 3, 2024 

Election day for the General Primary is May 21. Early voting will take place in the Board of Elections & Registration’s office from April 29 – May 17 Monday - Friday 8-5 and Saturdays 9-5.
Since we have redistricted the county, you may be in a new district when you go to vote, you can check your voting information by going to MVP.SOS.GA.GOV there you can view your voting information, change your address, view sample ballots, see where you vote on Election Day, or request an absentee ballot (or view its status). If you are in a new district, the only change that will affect you is who represents you as County Commissioner and Board of Education.
The deadline to register to vote, or to update your address before the Primary Election is April 22. The deadline to request an Absentee Ballot is May 10.
Please note the sample ballots as you select your party at the polls.  These ballots have your Federal Representatives, State-level Representatives, local Candidates, and Party questions. Each Party ballot will have a Non-Partisan ballot. If you select a Non-Partisan ballot, please note the positions available to vote on will only be the Judges.
Please contact Mindy Bass at the Board of Elections & Registration for any questions or to request an Absentee Ballot Application, email: or phone: 478-862-3997. An absentee application is also available  to print out on our website at
Things to remember as you head out to the polls to vote, you need a government-issued photo ID, no cell phone use while in the voting area, no firearms, and no campaigning within 150 feet of the polling location’s building. There is a lot on the ballot so if you need reading glasses, please don’t forget to bring those in with you, however, your poll workers can enlarge the print on the voting machine for you.

Board of Elections and Registration
1B Ivy St, Butler, GA 31006

You are eligible to register in Georgia if you are:

  • A citizen of the United States
  • A legal resident of Georgia
  • At least 18 years old
  • Have not been found to be mentally incompetent by the court
  • Not serving a sentence for a felony of moral turpitude
  • Meet all other state requirements, such as showing acceptable photo identification if you choose to vote in person or properly requesting and returning an absentee ballot if you choose to vote by mail.

Acceptable identification to vote is:

  • A Georgia driver’s license, even if expired
  • Any State Government issued Photo ID
  • See the Secretary of State's website for a more detailed list of acceptable forms of ID

For more information on voting, please visit the Georgia Secretary of State website.


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