Dyersville is a city in eastern Delaware County and western Dubuque County in the U.S. state of Iowa. It is part of the Dubuque, Iowa, Metropolitan Statistical Area. Dyersville is a thriving farming city with a long history. It is nicknamed "The Farm Toy Capital of the World" because it hosts a farm toy show the first weekend in June and the National Farm Toy Show the first weekend in November. It is also the long-time home of the Ertl Company, a maker of die-cast farm toys. Multiple local businesses are based on this part of its economy.
Among the largest employers are: FarmTek - distributor of farm supplies and manufacturer of tension fabric buildings, Modernfold - operable and moveable walls and folding doors, Lumber Specialties - floor and roof trusses and wall panels, Dyersville Die-Cast - custom manufacturer of zinc and aluminum die-casting, CNC machining, powder coating and scale model toys, TOMY - branded toys, collectibles, hobby and infant products, Spireon - mobile resource management, All American Homes - manufacturer of modular homes and apartments, BARD Materials - ready-mix concrete (e.g. lime, crushed rock, sand), Mercy Medical Center - acute hospital services, nursing, nursing home, assisted and independent living facilities, physical therapy, Beckman Catholic High School.
Dyersville has a population of over 4,058 people. Dyersville also forms part of the wider Dubuque area which has a population of over 97,311 people.