Taylor County was established in 1858, and named for Alamo defenders Edward, James and George Taylor. Taylor County is the home of Dyess Air Force Base, major medical centers, the Abilene State Park, Buffalo Gap Historic Village, and multiple colleges/universities.
The county is located in West Central Texas and is part of the Rolling Plains. The size of the county is roughly 919 square miles, with agriculture being one of the primary industries. There are several school districts and various communities throughout the county. The population of the county is approximately 138,034.
- 4-H Information
- Family and Community Health Information
- Ag/Natural Resources Information
- Overview of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program
- Taylor County Courthouse
- Taylor County Expo Center
- Abilene Chamber of Commerce
- Abilene Farmers Market starts 2nd Saturday in May
- Market is open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 7am till sell out. Contact Becky @ 325-721-4479 for more information.