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Welcome to the davismountainsresort.com 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 added.
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THE DMR HAS TWO OFFICIAL AND IMPORTANT WEB SITES THAT EVERYONE SHOULD BE AWARE OF AND CHECK FREQUENTLY
DMPOA.net - 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!
dmrvfd.com - 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.
Feral Hog Information
Feral Hog Update 08/06/2019
I’m proud to report that Gary Freeman called this morning to advise that we had a large feral hog in the trap on Limpia Canyon
Trail. When we approached the trap, the very large boar charged us then turned and ran into opposite side of the trap breaking
through enclosure. Fortunately, I had a 12 gauge with 00 buckshot and was able to bring him down on the move before escaping.
I didn’t take any gory pictures but he was the biggest I’ve seen so far. David Wilson
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry Guthrie 426-2729
Darryl Lewallen 426-2205 email@example.com
David Wilson 832-330-6333 firstname.lastname@example.org
Janette Winters 426-2143 email@example.com
Click here for more info on Feral hogs: Feral Hogs
SPECIAL STATEMENT FROM THE DMPOA ROAD COMMITTEE
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 that 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
Mariel Davis - DMPOA Board Member
Janette Winters - DMPOA Board Member and Road Committee Chairman
DONKEY/BURRO FEEDING FROM VEHICLES
Thanks to Carol Diquilio for coming up with these great
signs! One will be at cattle guard, one at Thompson
trail and one at the Community Center. Additionally, on
a personal note, it would be a good idea for people not
to stop and have any interaction with the critters while
driving on the roadways. Hopefully people will not
exceed the 20 mph speed limit within the DMR, but
slow down even further. Drive for the conditions and
watch out for animals!
| Burn Ban is back in effect
Fire Marshal Roy Hurley
(Go to "Upcoming Events" page for larger images)
Fort Davis Frontier Christmas
December 7, 2019
3pm – Cielo Concert at the Library
4pm – Parade down State Street
4:30 – Take your picture with Santa at
4:30 – Christmas Cookie Baking
4:30 – 6:30 Kids Christmas Crafts and
fun at the Kelly Pavilion with Hot
Cocoa and Christmas Cookies
5:00 – The Spanish Club performs
6:00 – Live Music by The Texas Vipers