Bart Williams and Joe Yates will be on the November ballot and both came up with the idea to do away with the signs.
Williams, who is the incumbent, said the agreement was to reduce visual clutter and waste and could also save a few flat tires.
"Inevitably a few of those wire legs get left along side the road and get run over by mowers," said Williams. "We'll just have a cleaner Dyersburg."
Yates agrees with Williams that the signs are an eyesore and doesn't believe they generate votes either.
"I don't think that driving down the road and either seeing Bart's sign or my sign is going to convince you to vote for either one of us," said Yates. "We're just spending bad money to get cheap publicity."
He added that his running for alderman is nothing against Williams, but is something that he has always wanted to do.
The two men hope other candidates will take notice of what they are doing and follow their example. Yates said one of his pet peeves is when he sees candidates' signs months after the election.
"That's the thing I hate is people forget where a sign is and it just stays up," said Yates.
Williams already had signs in storage from his last campaign and said it is a relief to not have to put them out.
"The day after the election, win or lose, we won't have to be scurrying around gathering up signs," said Williams.
Yates added that it was good the agreement was being publicized because the community can hold their feet to the fire if they see a sign from either candidate.
Williams and Yates will be on the ballot for Dyersburg Alderman-At-Large Position 3 on Election Day, which will be Nov. 2.