Sept.  5 - Roll off containers will be open
              8 am - 1 pm at City Yard across
              from Tye Cemetery.
              Tye Community Musical, 6 pm
              at Tye Community Center

Sept.  7 - Labor Day   City Hall will be

                Roll off containers will be open
                8 am -1 pm at City Yard across
                from Tye Cemetery

Sept. 21 - City Council Meeting, 6:30 pm
               at Tye City Hall

Sept. 22 - Merkel ISD School Board
                Meeting, 6:30 pm at Merkel
                ISD Administration Building

Sept. 23 - FALL BEGINS
City Calendar
Sherry Lyle Selected for Trademark Who's Who
Sherry Lyle, Founder-Director, of the Masters Learning Institute, located on FM 707 North in Tye, has been selected for inclusion in Trademark Who's Who  2015-2016 Edition for Excellence in Adult Education and Community Work.

Sherry Lyle has been an Educator, Pastor, Executive Director and Humanitarian for over 35 years serving the community by helping adults and special needs children achieve success in education.  In 1986 she founded the Masters Learning Institute in order to help those in need acquire their high school diploma.  The Masters Learning Institute currently has over a dozen locations in the state of Texas including Arlington, Austin, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Houston and San Antonio.  There is also a location serving the states of Colorado and New Mexico.  Sherry also serves on various community boards in Texas and Colorado while helping thousands of adults get their high school diplomas every year.

Sherry Lyle resides in Tye and  is currently a valued member of the Tye City Council. and has served for approximately eight years.  She has also served on the Tye Economic Development Board.
Rules for Discarding Limbs
The City of Tye offers tree limb removal to residents within the community that have active water service with the city. City maintenance employees will pick up limbs in front of your residence on the third Thursday of each month. This service is set up to help residents with minor clean up of their property. There have been some issues in the past few months which warrants some clarification.
* Limbs must be cut up so that one person is able to throw them in the back of a dump truck. If you cannot lift the limbs, chances are the maintenance workers will not be able to  There is a difference in limbs and tree trunks.
*  Limbs to be picked up at your residence shouldn't take workers more than five to ten minutes to load. If you have a pile of limbs that is so large that it will fill up the bed of the dump truck, chances are the maintenance workers will not pick these up. Because of the time involved to load such a huge amount of limbs, the city can possibly make arrangements to park the dump truck in front of your property and you may load the limbs yourself.
* If you want to discard limbs and do not want to wait for the designated pick up day, the brush pile, located at the City Maintenance Yard next to the Cemetery,  is open Monday - Friday, 8 am - 3:30 pm.
Senior Citizens Spotlight

The Tye Senior Citizens will be serving breakfast burritos, coffee, chili dogs, chips and drinks at the Community Center during the Community Wide Garage Sale, September 19, 7:30 am - 1 pm.  Come by and support our Senior Citizens.  The monies raised will help purchase supplies used for their weekly senior meals.

If you are 60 years of age or older, you are invited to join the senior citizens on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Tye Community Center for lunch.   Meals are served at 11:30 am and the suggested cost is $1.00.  You will have a chance to visit with many nice people and get a break from cooking.  Once a month you will also have the opportunity to try your hand at Bingo.  For more information you may contact Jeanina Cochran, 695-6414.

Meals are prepared Monday through Friday at the kitchen located at the Tye Community Center for the Rural Taylor County Aging  Program.  This program serves home delivery meals to residents in Merkel, Trent, Lawn, Tuscola, Elm Valley, Buffalo Gap and Tye.  Each site has a site leader that oversees the delivery of the meals in their community.   Jackie Romero is the site leader for Tye.  She does and excellent job and would like to welcome you to the Tye site.  You may also contact Jeanina Cochran for more information on the Rural Taylor County Aging Program and to see if you qualify for home delivery.

City Wide Garage Sale

September 19th
For more information call
Job Opening
The City of Tye currently has an opening for Police Chief. For more information, please visit our Jobs Page.