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Nestled amidst the rolling landscape of Northwest Indiana, within easy reach of the City of Chicago, Dyer offers a small town atmosphere infused with all the comforts and conveniences of a major metropolitan area. Recognized as one of the fastest growing towns in the state, Dyer prides itself on being in step with the future, yet cognizant of its past, and invites you to partner in its vision. So whether searching for a new place to call home, or a new location to conduct business, consider Dyer. Our future is yours to share!
Redevelopment Commission Façade Improvement ProgramGarbage and Recycling Pick Up
The Dyer Redevelopment Commission has established a Façade Improvement Program as a means of assisting businesses located in the TIF District, with beautification projects. This is a 50/50 matching grant program that is applicable to façade improvements, landscape improvements and signage improvements. Applicants can apply for up to $25,000 in funding. Please contact Rick Eberly at 865-6108 for further information.
We learned today that our waste hauler has completed the transition to a fully automated pickup service effective immediately. This means that all waste will be picked up using the mechanical “arms” to dump the garbage or recycling materials into their trucks.
More...Access to Public Records Request Form
Please see the attached document. More...2013 Contractors Registration
Attached is the application for a Contractors Registration More...IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM PUBLIC WORKS
Over the past 20 months the Dyer Department of Public Works has been installing new water meters in homes and businesses across Dyer. We are now over 90% complete. Once we finish this project, we can significantly reduce the cost of manually reading the meters, provide more accurate meter readings and improve the productivity of the billing process.  More...2013 Recycling Pick Up Schedule
2013 Recycle Schedule More...2013 Summer Leisuregram
The 2013 Dyer Parks and Recreation Summer Leisuregram is now available here. All Dyer mailing addresses should have received a copy in the mail around April 20th. More...Quiet Zone Update - 5/20/2013
The quiet zone project affecting the CN railroad crossings on Hart St. and Lake St. is expected to begin on May 20, 2013. The project will begin with a crossing improvement on the Lake Street crossing being constructed by CN followed by the work we need to do relative to the quiet zone work. As a result, the Lake Street crossing will be closed from May 20th through May 31st.
The Hart Street crossing will then be closed from June 3rd through June 7th. There will be a detour route posted during the construction.  More...License and Registration Renewal Reminders
The rental registration fee is $25.00 and is due by January 31st. Late fee is additional $50.00 if not paid by the 31st.
Pet licenses are due by May 31st. The fee for spayed or neutered dogs is $5.00, for unsprayed or unneutered dogs the fee is $20.00. The fee is also $5.00 for spayed or neutered cats and $10.00 for unsprayed or unneutered cats.
Business licenses are due by April 1st. The fee is $75. If you do not register or renew your business license by April 1st, 2013 there will be a late fee of $300.
All of these are paid at the Clerk-Treasurer’s office. The hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM and on Thursday 7:30 AM until 6:00 PM.
Call the Clerk Treasurer’s office for more information at 219-865-2421.
Just a reminder that the town developed an e-cycling program for its residents last May. Dyer residents are able to drop off things such as televisions, computers, printers etc. that waste haulers can no longer take. More...SUMMER FEST SCHEDULE
Summer Fest Schedule More...2013 Newsletters
Copies of the 2013 residential newsletters. More...
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