Masks Required at Dyer City Hall

Masks Required at Dyer City Hall

Due to the increasing number of cases in our community and out of concern for the safety of our residents and staff, effective Friday, July 31, 2020, masks will be required for anyone entering Dyer City Hall. This includes those conducting business or attending...
Dyer to host farmers market

Dyer to host farmers market

The City of Dyer will begin hosting a farmers market each Saturday through October. The first market day will be Saturday, July 25, 2020. The Dyer Farmers Market will host vendors of locally grown produce and locally produced items. Additionally, the market will host...
How to read your water meter…

How to read your water meter…

More than a year ago, the City of Dyer Utilities department began a major project to replace all the old water meters with new, high accuracy water meters. In addition to being extremely accurate, these water meters can be read remotely (a staff member drives by and...
Please don’t blow grass in the street

Please don’t blow grass in the street

With warmer weather and with regular rain, many of us are mowing our yards more often. It might seem like a great solution to simply blow the clippings into the street. Before you do that, consider either composting or leaving them to naturally break down in your...
Tornado Season: You Need a NOAA Weather Radio

Tornado Season: You Need a NOAA Weather Radio

Peak tornado season in Tennessee is April and May and you need a NOAA Weather Radio. There have already been a couple of tornado warnings issued for Gibson County this year. Most recently in the early morning hours of April 30, Dyer was in the predicted path of a...