Each July, Dyer celebrates its heritage with a six-day festival. The Dyer Station Celebration features old fashioned, down home fun. A parade, contest and competitions highlight the event, plus many other events designed to appeal to everyone.If there is a set purpose for the celebration, it is to help the community reach its fullest potential and to do so without sacrificing the small town qualities that make Dyer and its inhabitants so special. Dyer also hosts a wonderful Christmas Parade.

For more information on both events, see the ACTIVITIES & EVENTS section.

Utilities

Electric: Gibson County Electric Membership Corporation - 731.855.4740 Natural

Gas: Gibson County Utility District - 731.855.1441

Water: City of Dyer-731.692.3767

Wastewater: City of Dyer-731.692.3767

Industrial Sites

The City of Dyer has an industrial park (with one available building and 60 acres of green space). The park has electricity, gas, water and sewage on site; rail is adjacent to the site and the park sits on BUSINESS 45-W and is 1/2 mile from 45-W. There are other industrial buildings for sale or lease in the business section of the city. For more information on the Industrial Park and other available sites, see the SITES & BUILDINGS section (under Gibson County-Dyer).

Schools

Dyer is part of the GIBSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT (see information under EDUCATION). There is an elementary school and a middle school within the city for Dyer's children and the district's high school is in Dyer.

City Government

Dyer City Hall
105 South Main St. Dyer, TN 38330
Phone: (731) 692-3767
Fax: (731) 692-4222
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website:www.cityofdyertn.com

Town Meetings:
Second and fourth Mondays of every month at 7pm in Conference Room of City Hall.

Chris Younger, Mayor
Judy Baker, Alderman
Ryan Shanklin, Alderman
Belinda Oliver, Alderman
Ray Carroll, Alderman
Tom Mikkelson, Alderman
Robert Johnson, Alderman
Michael Barron, Alderman
Richard Reed, Alderman