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Welcome to the Town of Dyer


The Town of Dyer, Indiana was founded in 1855 and incorporated in 1910.  During its history, the Town of Dyer has established itself as a progressive community that maintains a vision of the future while building upon a strong foundation of past accomplishments.

The Town of Dyer has the proud distinction of having been listed on the
"100 Best Places to Live in the US" by CNN and Money Magazine.

In 2015, the Town of Dyer was ranked #15 in the State of Indiana
as "The Best Place for Young Families" by Nerd Wallet.

Additionally in 2015, the Town of Dyer was ranked
as the 9th Safest City in Indiana by SafeWise.

Our Mission Statement
Dyer provides exceptional essential services and strives to enhance a dynamic pace-setting quality of life while promoting pride in the community.

Dyer ranked one of the Safest Cities in Indiana!

HomeSnacks Ranks Dyer #9 in Safest Places In Indiana

HomeSnacks released its ”Safest places to live in the Hoosier State" report this week. To compile this report, HomeSnacks looked at the hard numbers from the FBI's most recent report of crime (2014). Specifically, they analyzed the FBI's Uniform Crime Report which summarizes the number of property crimes and violent crimes in each city per year which all have a minimum population of 5,000 people. They used three criteria:

  • Violent crimes per capita (murders, assaults, rapes, armed robberies)
  • Property crimes per capita (thefts, burglaries, motor vehicle thefts)
  • Total crimes per capital

Dyer was ranked the 9th safest city in Indiana!  See the full list, here:

Dyer Hometown Celebration
3 days ago by Tammi Hedrick
The Hometown Celebration will be held this Saturday, August 27th in PHEASANT HILLS PARK (new location this year) from 11am to 11pm.  We have something for the entire family:  kids corner, with jump houses, obstacle courses and slides, a 32 foot gaming trailer with high definition television and seating for up to 28, Touch A Truck for the little ones.  Awesome car show by Thunder Roads Productions, Silent auction items, sports memorabilia and the Jamrose band at 7:00 pm.  Of course there will be food vendors and craft vendors, beer garden and music throughout the day, ending with a great display of FIREWORKS!!.  Come out and celebrate Dyer's last festival of the year!  
Fall 2016 Leisuregram
8/12/2016 10:04:22 AM by Jill Jacobsma
Above is an electronic copy of the 2016 Fall"Leisuregram" provided via Slideshare. A registration form is provided in Adobe Acrobat format below, if you do not have the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these files, you may download a copy for free from the Adobe web site by clicking on the link provided below.
   Registration, Waiver and Release Form
                                                                                                         Town of Dyer Parks and Recreation Department                                                                                Refund Policy 
2016 Street Project
6/7/2016 12:28:11 PM by Jill Jacobsma
2016 Street Project

Residents on affected streets will be notified before work begins.

Please keep in mind that schedules are subject to change. Sandy Ridge should begin near the week of July 11th. Pheasant Hills began work on July 8th.

Work in Sandy Ridge is as follows:

Street    Section   Type of Work
Old Beach Road   N/A   Reconstruction, Sanitary Work
Flint Court   All   Resurface
Boulder Road   All   Resurface
Rolling Hill Drive   All   Resurface
Dune Sand Court   All   Resurface
Foliage Lane   Arrowhead to N/A   Resurface

In Pheasant Hills, work is as follows:

Street    Section   Type of Work
Scotty Lane   All   Reconstruction, Sanitary Work
Hillside Drive   All   Reconstruction
Heather Lane   All   Resurface
Hickory Drive   Osage to Peach Tree   Resurface
Peach Tree Lane   All   Resurface
Peach Tree Court   All   Resurface
Sycamore Drive   Willow to Osage   Resurface
Town-Wide Garage Sale 2016
5/19/2016 10:31:41 AM by Jill Jacobsma
The 2016 Town-Wide Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, August 27th, from 8:00 AM until 2:00 PM at Northgate Park. Spots for Dyer residents are $10 and spots for non-residents are $15.

Click below for more information and the application.

Garage Sale Application
Dyer Dog Park
11/2/2015 10:58:00 AM by Mark Heintz
Registration for 2016 Dyer Dog Park memberships has started! Located at Central Park, the three acre facility includes a small dog area and a large dog area. Complete with benches, dog waste stations and shelters in each area the dog park is open year round from dawn to dusk. Each area of the park includes its own water fountain for the dogs (but is only on seasonally during the warmer times of the year).

Individuals and their dogs visiting the dog park must be registered at the Dyer Town Hall Parks and Recreation office. To register the annual fee of $60 per resident dog or $108 per non-resident dog must be paid along with proof of required vaccinations. Register now for 2016! Additional dogs do receive a discounted rate. Please read through the attached dog park registration packet which includes much more useful information, details on dog park requirements and the necessary registration form.

Stop by Central Park to check out the new dog park facility.

Dog Park Registration Packet
Central Park refined Master Plan
3/13/2015 1:01:37 PM by
The Dyer Park and Recreation Board recently approved a refined master development plan for Central Park. This long term development plan for the park shows the ultimate goal of providing recreation spaces for all ages while also being aware of the parks location between future commercial development and existing residential development. Open this news item to see sketch ups of the park and the master plan link.
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