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Stormwater Department

Throughout much of Dyer's history, storm water management has been part of the sanitary sewer utility. Most of Dyer’s sewers were “combined” and used for both sanitary and storm drainage. In the early 1980s, the sewer systems through federal mandates, were separated to meet federal and state regulations.

The separate storm sewer system consists of over 100 miles of pipes, ditches, and 20 detention
ponds. In 1991, the Town of Dyer created a Department of Storm Water Management with the responsibility of maintaining and operating this system.