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Taylor M. AndersonTaylor M. Anderson

Deputy City Attorney

Practice Areas

General municipal law related to ethics, elections, and advising various City departments.

Background and Experience

Taylor Anderson is a Deputy City Attorney whose current practice focuses on servicing the legal of the City of Long Beach regarding government ethics and municipal elections and the legal needs of the City Clerk and the Health Department. Ms. Anderson is also the legal advisor to the Ethics Commission and its support staff. Ms. Anderson practices municipal law and advises a wide array of City departments.

Ms. Anderson has worked on a variety of matters and advising a variety of departments and City commissions, including but not limited to: drafting, implementation and enforcement of cannabis laws and regulations; Police Department compliance with SB 1421/ AB 748; COVID-19 emergency, including health orders, compliance, and enforcement, and supporting the Emergency Operations Center; homelessness; the Independent Redistricting Commission; Fleet Services; California Public Records Act; Brown Act; the Budget Oversight Committee; records management; and American Disabilities Act compliance.

Professional Affiliations 

Ms. Anderson is a member of the State Bar of California. Ms. Anderson is admitted to practice in California.


Ms. Anderson received her Juris Doctor from Pacific Coast University, where she graduated valedictorian and was a recipient of the Excellence in Trial Advocacy Award. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Vanguard University.