Where It All Comes Together!
Highway 84, and FM 707
8 Miles W of Abilene
Just N of Dyess Air Force Base
“The City of Tye is located at the intersection of Interstate 20 and Farm-to-Market Road 707 in Taylor County, west of Abilene and north of Dyess Air Force Base.
The community was laid off by the Texas and Pacific Railway in 1881 and originally named Tebo. In 1901, the community name was changed to Tye, in honor of John P. Tye, who served as the first postmaster and as a Methodist minister.
The city incorporated in 1954. During World War II, Tye Field was built just south of the community for the Army Air Corps. In 1956, the base was renamed Dyess Air Force Base. Today, the city boasts a population of over 1200 residents and over 50 businesses. As it was in the 1980’s, trucking is still a major sector of the economy.” – City of Tye Website
Tye is located at 32°27′12″N 99°52′1″W (32.453324, –99.866993). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 4.7 square miles – Wikipedia
“The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Tye has a humid subtropical climate, abbreviated “Cfa” on climate maps.” – Weatherbase.com
Total Population in Tye city, Texas is 1,176 – Source: 2020 Decennial Census
The City of Tye is served by the Merkel Independent School Dist