Effective immediately, the City of Tye will move to Stage 2 Water Warning. Tye purchases its water from the City of Abilene, therefore, citizens of Tye must abide by Abilene's water restrictions. 

Water customers may do outside watering of landscape one day every two weeks. Customers' watering schedule is determined by the last digit of the house number or property address. Landscape watering using sprinklers or drip irrigation will be permitted between midnight to 10am and 6pm to midnight on designated days. Shrubs, trees, flowerbeds and gardens can be watered anytime with hand-held hoses and buckets.

Customers' watering schedule is as follows:

7 or 8 - Every other Sunday                  2 - Every other Thursday
9 - Every other Monday                        3 or 4 - Every other Friday
0 - Every other Tuesday                       5 or 6 - Every other Saturday
1 - Every other Wednesday

Failure to abide by these restrictions may result in fines up to $500 and termination of water service.  For more information, contact Tye City Hall. Let's all do our part to conserve our water.
December 5
- Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at Tye Volunteer
  Fire Department, 6pm

December 6
- Roll Off Containers will be open 8am - 1pm
  at City Maintenance Yard across from the
- Tye Community Musical at Tye Community
  Center, 6pm

December 7
- Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

December 8
- City Council Meeting, City Hall at 12pm

December 18
- Merkel ISD School Board Meeting, Merkel ISD
  Administration Building, 6:30pm

December 20
- Roll Off Containers will be open 8am - 1pm
  at City Maintenance Yard across from the

December 21
- Winter begins

December 24
- Christmas Eve: City Hall will close at 12pm

December 25
- Christmas Day: City Hall will be closed

December 26
- City Hall will be closed

December 31
- New Year's Eve

January 1, 2015
- Happy New Year! City Hall will be closed
City Calendar

Santa Claus is Coming to Town
Website Updates
Work is complete on the Animal Control website.

Work begins on the Fire Department site. We hope to have it up by Thanksgiving. Check back for further updates!
Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will be making their annual visit in Tye on Friday evening, December 5th.  They will be arriving at the Tye Volunteer Fire Station at 6 pm.   Each child will be able to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, have their picture made and receive a gift.  Hot dogs and drinks will be served to all that attend.

Tye Volunteer Fire Department will once
again sponsor the "The Christmas Store".  Children can shop for small gifts for their parents with the donation of a non perishable food item.

Jill Collett, TX DOT Traffic Safety Specialist, will be at the Fire Station conducting safety checks on child safety seats.  This will be a good time to have your seats checked out to ensure the safety of your little ones.

For more information you may call Tye City Hall, 692-8588.
Stage 2 Water Restrictions in Effect
Children's Christmas Coloring Contest
The City of Tye will be sponsoring a Christmas Coloring Contest for the children of the community. Pictures can be dowloaded here or you may pick up a picture from City Hall. Children need to bring their finished artwork to City Hall by Monday, December 1st to be entered in the contest. Pictures will be displayed at the Tye Fire Department on December 5th during Santa and Mrs. Claus' visit. Prizes will be awarded for the winning pictures. For more information, contact City Hall.
American Red Cross Holiday Mail for Heroes
When sending out your Christmas cards this year, don't forget the brave men and women who serve in our Armed Forces. So many of our soldiers are separated from family during the holidays due to deployments or hospital stays.

The American Red Crossis sponsoring the "Holiday Mail for Heroes". By taking your cards
to the local Red Cross office, you can be assured that your cards will be received by and help brighten the holidays for a soldier that cannot make it home for the holidays.

There are some guidelines that the American Red Cross requires when submitting cards. For more information on this program, you can call their local office or visit their website.