|Elevation||2,293 ft (699 m)|
|Time zone||UTC-8 (Pacific (PST))|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-7 (PDT)|
|GNIS feature ID||1512746|
The Northern Pacific RY began laying tracks through the present location of Tyler in May 1881 along with a Railway Station under the town name of Tyler. In December 1881 Tyler's first store opened up, naming the new community Stevens.
On June 7, 1882 a Post Office opened up in Stevens. Along with other buildings as people started to settle in the Town of Stevens.
For the next 10 years the towns name was Stevens, but in 1892 the Citizens Renamed the town "Tyler."
By the 1900s Tyler had many businesses and homes built. Tyler also had a Water and Stock yard in the middle of town. In 1965 the I-90 Freeway went right by the Community of Tyler. In 1974 Tyler's Post Office close and to this day all mail is done through Cheney. Slowly the Community began to decline in population.
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