Taylor is located in the state of Michigan and a city in Wayne County. The township was named after a national military hero, Zachary Taylor, who then became president of the United States in 1849. It was organized in 1847 and was a part of the Ecorse Township, Michigan, in the southwestern part of Detroit. The city was home to several shopping malls and golf courses. The city’s larger municipal parks, the Heritage Park, features several recreational activities such as soccer fields, pavilions, barbecue grills, ball diamonds, a playground, and a fishing pond, along with other activities that can be enjoyed both by soloists and group.

Population 61,817  (-6.30%)

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