Dyess is a town in Mississippi County, Arkansas, United States. The town was founded as Dyess Colony in 1934 as part of the Roosevelt administration's agricultural relief and rehabilitation program and was the largest agrarian community established by the federal government during the Great Depression. The town is best remembered as the boyhood home of country singer-songwriter Johnny Cash. This page is run by the City Clerk and/or Mayor to keep citizens updated on city news.
108 Center Drive, Dyess (AR), 72330, United States