Chris Younger, Mayor

Chris Younger was elected Mayor of Dyer in November, 2012 and began his second term on January 1, 2017. Chris is a life-long resident of the City of Dyer. He and his wife, Crystal, have one child. Chris’s background includes his own plumbing business, industrial maintenance, and he currently owns and operates Unique Antiques and Collectibles. Additionally, Chris is professional fisherman in Crappie Master circuit and has been featured in numerous national publications.

Chris Younger

Chris Younger

Mayor

Term Expires 12/31/20

Board Room, City Hall

The Board of Aldermen

The Dyer Board of Aldermen are elected to four year terms with four aldermen being elected every 2 years. The Board of Aldermen are the legislative and policy making body for the City — the “Board of Directors” for the City. They approve certain purchases, approve the annual budget, authorize the hiring of new employees, and pass laws through the amendment of the Municipal Code via ordinance. The City Board meets each 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at 7:00 at City Hall.

City Charter & Code

The City Charter is like the constitution of the City. It is approved by the Tennessee General Assembly. Changes are made on request of the Board of Aldermen. The Municipal Code is “local law” and covers everything from traffic laws to animal control to utility policies. Changes to the municipal code are made by ordinance; ordinances must be approved twice before coming into effect.

Download: Dyer City Charter

Download: Dyer Municipal Code 2013

Jennifer Hughey

Alderperson

Term Expires 12-31-20

Tom Mikkelsen

Alderman

Term Expires 12-31-20

Craig Blackburn

Alderman

Term Expires 12-31-20

Michael Barron

Alderman

Term Expires 12-31-20

Ray Carroll

Alderman

Term Expires 12-31-18

Richard Reed

Alderman

Term Expires 12-31-18

Fred Ivie

Alderman

Term Expires 12-31-18

Robert Johnson

Alderman

Term Expires 12-31-18