1. Phillips@mail.com
    Chuck Downs
    Councilmember Place 5
  2. Phillips@mail.com
    Vada Childers
    Councilmember Place 1
  3. Phillips@mail.com
    Kenny Dry
    Councilmember Place 2
  4. Phillips@mail.com
    Nancy Moore
    Mayor Pro-tem
    Place 3
  5. Phillips@mail.com
    Bill Murphy
    Councilmember Place 4

City of Tye, Texas

Where it all comes together

The mayor and city council collectively serve as the governing body for the city and normally possess all legislative powers granted by state law.  The position of councilmember has been compared to those of the members of the state legislature and the U.S. Congress.  These positions require elected officials to represent their constituents, to make policy decisions, to budget for the execution of the policies and to see that their policies are carried out.  Unlike their counterparts in state and  federal offices, however, city officials are in direct contact with the citizens they serve on an ongoing basis.

Tye City Council meetings are held on the third Monday of each month, unless otherwise stated, at 6:30pm at Tye City Hall, located at 205 North St.  Please visit the Public Notices page to view the agenda and check for any changes to dates and/or location.

If you are interested in running for city council or mayor, you must, among other requirements:
  • be a citizen of the United States
  • be at least 18 years old on the date of the election
  • be a registered voter and have lived in the State of Texas for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the filing date for the election, and in your city or ward for at least 6 months prior to the filing date for the election

​​For more information or to check for additional requirements, please contact the city secretary.