Jeremy Taylor

Jeremy Taylor

VICE - CHAIRPERSON - (R) 2nd District

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Tel: 712-333-1714

Jeremy Taylor, a lifetime resident of Woodbury County, was elected to the Woodbury County Board of Supervisors in November 2014. He was formerly a representative in the Iowa Statehouse and seeks to serve veterans by drawing on his experiences in the Iowa National Guard. He serves as an officer, a Chaplain (CPT) in the 1-194 Field Artillery Battalion. Jeremy holds an M.A. in English from the University of South Dakota and an M.Div. from Liberty University in Virginia. He is married to Kim and together, they have five children.

Jeremy’s primary focus is to put taxpayers first with efficiencies and long-term planning along with a vision to grow the tax base with sound economic development. Jeremy also hopes to increase accountability, integrity, accessibility, and transparency in county government

Committees Serving On:  Courthouse Advisory Committee for Historical Preservation, LEC Expansion Committee.


Woodbury County Board of Supervisors Assignments


Liaisons from the Board act as a two-way conduit of information both to implement Board policy and direction as well as to keep the Board informed and involved concerning each Department. While each supervisor is assumed to have an “open door policy,” the proper procedure for dealing with concerns is to channel them through the appropriate supervisor. In this way, supervisors can divide their time and focus in the most productive manner.
[Liaison Assignments 2020 - PDF]