Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.  Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.    
–Margaret Mead
Welcome to the site.  This site was created to show the world what a wonderful place the Davis Mountains Resort is.   It is meant to be a positive place
for fun and information about the DMR and surrounding communities.  Take some time and browse some of the links and let us know if there is something you would like to see
Updated 06/11/2019
All photos and contents on this site are copyright protected.  Please contact us directly of you wish to use photos or contents from this site.
      THE DMR HAS TWO OFFICIAL AND IMPORTANT WEB SITES THAT EVERYONE SHOULD BE AWARE OF AND CHECK FREQUENTLY - This official DMPOA site contains a wealth of information for property owners, residents and guests of the DMR.  Here you can find our governing documents, DMPOA
Board meeting agendas and minutes, community information and more! - This site is for the Davis Mountains Volunteer Fire Department.  This is a great place to keep up with our local fire department, see photos
of the fire fighters and equipment, news and many useful links.  

Both of the above sites are useful and should be checked frequently, especially in times of emergencies such as fires.
$4,000+ REWARD
Leading to the arrest & conviction of
person(s) shooting donkeys in the DMR.
CALL THE DMPOA  432-426-3374
Mon-Wed-Fri  12-5:00pm
Deer and turkeys co-existing in the DMR

                                                                             LAWNMOWER FIRE

On December 15, 2018, the Lawnmower Fire burned appx 30 acres of land behind Point of Rocks on Hwy 166.  Units from the Fort Davis Volunteer Fire Department and
the Davis Mountains Resort Fire Department responded.  
Photos by Fire Marshal Roy Hurley
                                  SNOW IN THE MOUNTAINS
On December 13, 2018, the mountains were graced with 2" of
snow in places.  It was beautiful, although icy, and was pretty
much gone by the next day.
                                                                                                           IMPORTANT CHANGES TO USAGE OF THE COMMUNITY CENTER

If a DMR property owner would like to hold a community meeting or gathering at the Center, they must first check with the DMPOA Office Manager to verify the date you want to reserve is open. If the date is available, the DMPOA
property owner reserving the facility must fill in an Agreement of Use form and submit it to the DMPOA Office Manager who will then log it on the calendar. There are no charges or fees associated with reserved uses of the
Community Center. However, if the facility is not cleaned after use or damages have occurred to the property, the individual reserving the facility will be contacted and held responsible. To make reservations for private use,
please call the Office Manager, Una Learish, at 432-426-3374.

Note:  This opens the door to property owners holding activities and classes at the Community Center.  Several classes were not held in the past due to fees involved in the process.  We have many talented residents in the
DMR and it would be great for them to share their expertise and talents with the community.  Thanks to the DMPOA Board for this recent decision!
                   Feral Hog Information

If you have a problem with feral hogs, please click on the file
below for more information and how we can help

The members of the Feral Hog Committee are:
Gary Freeman    426-2083
Jerry Guthrie      426-2729
Darryl Lewallen  426-2205
David Wilson      832-330-6333
Janette Winters  426-2143

Click here for more info on Feral hogs:  
Feral Hogs

Fire season is here --if it ever really left! The DMR hasn't had substantial rain since the
summer of 2017. Despite the showers that have recently graced us, everything is tinder dry.

If we need to evacuate due to threat of fire, we'll need to get out quickly and without
disruption. To thSat end, the road crew spends part of every week maintaining the main
road out to the highway, although heavy traffic and high driving speeds make that job
difficult given time constraints.
The road crew is also working to improve the "feeder roads" in each section -- Bandolero,
Squaw Valley, and Cochise Canyon -- as they cycle through the road plan. These will have
to carry traffic from the many side roads that feed into them, and must be driveable for a
speedy evacuation.
We're a community, and we depend on each other.

As you walk or drive your local roads, and particularly the "feeder roads," please help us
make a safe evacuation possible for everyone:
• Move larger rocks to the road edge;
• Make sure your driveway's entry onto the road is smooth and level, and
any culverts under it well banked;
• If there's a pothole or major bump, or a really rough intersection, you
and a shovel may be able to solve the problem. If not, tell your Road
Committee members -- not only the road crew -- promptly: they can't
schedule a fix for what they don't hear about!

Mariel Davis      - DMPOA Board Member
Janette Winters - DMPOA Board Member and Road Committee Chairman
Big Bend Burger Company is open!
Located in the old Pop's location!  Burritos in the morning and breakfast. .
       Come on down! Right by the Caboose in Fort Davis.
Big bend burger will be closed Sunday Monday and open Tuesday-Saturday 11 am-7pm
The phone number for call in orders is 4324263491


Beginning the week of June 24th, the DMPOA business days are changing to:
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday   -  Same hours of Noon to 5 pm.