Steve F. Taylor was elected to the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors in April 2012 to represent the 9th District, which includes Hales Corners and parts of Franklin and Oak Creek. Shortly after he was elected to the Board, Supervisor Taylor was selected by his peers to serve as 2nd Vice-Chairman of the County Board. In April 2016, Supervisor Taylor was re-elected with 60 percent of the vote and, once again, chosen by his colleagues to serve as the Board's 2nd Vice-Chairman.
Supervisor Taylor serves as Chairman of the Economic and Community Development Committee, and as a member of the Parks, Energy and Environment Committee. In addition, Supervisor Taylor is also currently serving an appointment to the Milwaukee County Commission on Aging, the Milwaukee Child Welfare Partnership Council, the Milwaukee Regional Innovation Center Board of Directors, and the Milwaukee Art Museum Board of Directors.
A Franklin resident since 2006, Supervisor Taylor has served as an Alderman, as well as the Franklin Common Council President, from April 2008 until April 2014. He served on the Finance, Forward Franklin Development, Licensing, and Civil Celebrations Committees as well as the Community Development Authority. After winning a recall election in September 2015, Supervisor Taylor rejoined the Franklin Common Council. Taylor was re-elected in April of 2017. He currently serves on the City's Board of Public Works, as well as the Licensing and Civic Celebration Committees.
A native of Muskego, WI, Taylor obtained a Bachelor's Degree in political science and public administration from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He was elected to the La Crosse Common Council in 1997 at the age of 21 and served until 2001. From 2002-2006, Taylor lived in East Lansing, Michigan, where he was appointed to and served on the Zoning Board of Appeals.