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Court, Public, and Arrest records for Taylor County

The state of Texas is where you can find multiple counties, including our focus today, Taylor County. Taylor County was made in the year of 1858, and was later organized in 1878. In 2010, Taylor County had a total human population of 131,506, shown by a local census.

Its county seat is Abilene.

The county was named for Edward Taylor, George Taylor, and James Taylor, three brothers who died at the Battle of the Alamo.

Taylor County is included in the Abilene, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area, and is considered part of West Texas.

Arrest Records

In 2016, there were 155 property crimes and 27 violent crimes in Taylor County. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Taylor County Sheriff’s Office
450 Pecan St
Abilene, TX, 79602
Phone: (325) 674-1301

Taylor County Criminal Records

Across America, the State Police are required to keep a continually updated registry of all sex-offenders living in their jurisdiction. The registry contains the names of offenders living, attending school, working, and incarcerated in the area. This list is also made accessible to the general public. Residents in Taylor County can locate every last sex offender living in a radius around their residence by utilizing the search tools located online.

County Court Records

In Taylor County, the County Courthouse is in charge of all civil, family, and criminal cases. The County Clerk keeps all records referring to these cases in Taylor County. These contacts are useful to access the files:

Larry G. Bevill, County Clerk
County Courthouse
300 Oak St., Suite 100
Abilene, TX, 79602
Phone: (325) 674-1202

Note - These documents can commonly be delivered my mail, email, and fax if they are normal records, but any official or certified details must by delivered by mail.

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Taylor County Public Records

Vital records in Taylor County are handled by the County Clerk. People's crucial life events are all found within these vital data files. The vital details in question can relate to an individual's marriage, divorce, birth, death, plus much more. The life event records can include birth, death, and marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, divorce details, and others. All details in Taylor County are located in one central state registry.

People have the right to request access to these data files. A resident must obtain access online, or in person at:

Larry G. Bevill, County Clerk
County Courthouse
300 Oak St., Suite 100
Abilene, TX, 79602
Phone: (325) 674-1202

Note - Office opening hours are between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., and photo ID is required.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Taylor County?

Taylor County property records fall under the umbrella of public records in compliance with the Texas Public Information Act. Under the Act, members of the public may inspect or obtain copies of Taylor County property records. The Taylor County Clerk is responsible for warehousing and indexing all property records as generated within the county. The Court Clerk is located at:

Taylor Court County Clerk
300 Oak St.
Suite 100
Abilene, TX 79602
Phone: (325) 674-1202
Fax: On Request

The County Clerk is open between the hours of 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday-Friday.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Taylor County

Property records in Taylor County are maintained by the Taylor County Court Clerk. The Taylor County Clerk maintains property records dating from the year 1978.

Physical copies can be retrieved from the Clerk located at:

Taylor Court County Clerk
300 Oak St.
Suite 100
Abilene, TX 79602
Phone: (325) 674-1202
Fax: On Request

How to Look Up Taylor County Property Records

The Taylor County Property Assessor maintains an easy-to-search online property search portal. Interested persons may search for Taylor County property records using any of the following criteria:

  1. Owner Name: users should input the property owner name, a business name, first name, or last name.
  2. Street Number: Users should input a street number into the search field.
  3. Street Name: Users should input the street name into the search field.
  4. Property ID: input the property ID as generated at the point of issuing the land deed.
  5. Geographic ID: input the geographic ID as classified by the county.
  6. Doing Business As input what the property does business as
  7. Additional Criteria: other search criteria include - Abstract, Subdivision, Mobile Home, Park, Condo, Agent Code, Results to Display, Tax Year, Property Type, Order Results by, Owner Name and the number of Results to be returned Per Page.

The Taylor County Court Clerk also maintains an online property search portal that can be searched by the following search criteria: Business Names, or Full Name, Grantor, Grantee, Recording Date Start, Recording Date End, Instrument Number, Book, Page, Volume, and Document Types. Users can print documents at a fee of $1.00 per page.

Location of Taylor County Property Assessors

Taylor County Property Assessors
400 Oak St
Taylor County Plaza building.
Phone: (325) 674-1224
Fax: (325) 674-1394
Accounting: (325) 674-1230

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1800
Abilene, TX 79604

Central Appraisal District of Taylor County
1534 S Treadaway Blvd,
Abilene, TX 79602
Phone: (325) 676-9381
Fax: (325) 676-7877
The assessor’s hours of operation are from Monday-Friday between the hours of 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.