Taylorsville is a town in Bartow and Polk counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. The population was 211 at the 2012 census.
Farmers Supply Company in Taylorsville
Location in Bartow County and the state of Georgia
Students living in the Taylorsville area enroll into either the Bartow County School System located in nearby Cartersville or the Polk County School System located in nearby Rockmart.
Floyd Primary Care Center serves residents within the Taylorsville and Rockmart area. The Floyd Primary Care Center also holds the Center for Diabetes of Taylorsville. There are also 4 major hospitals within reach: Cartersville Medical Center (Cartersville), Floyd Medical Center (Rome), Redmond Regional Medical Center (Rome), and Wellstar Kennestone Hospital (Marietta).
Emergency services in Taylorsville are primarily provided by the Bartow County Fire Department and EMS.
Plant Bowen is a coal-fired power station located near Taylorsville. It is approximately 8.7 mi (14 km) west-south-west from Cartersville in western Bartow County. At 3,499 megawatts, Plant Bowen has the second largest generating capacity of any coal-fired power plant in North America, and the largest in the United States; only Ontario Power Generation's Nanticoke Generating Station in Canada has more generating capacity. Plant Bowen ranked third in the nation for net generation in 2006 producing over 22,630,000 MWh. The station is connected to the southeastern power grid by numerous 500 KV transmission lines, and is owned and operated by Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company.