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 added.
Updated 11/05/17
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                                            Feel like volunteering?  

                    There are many things you can do to help our community.  

       Volunteers are being used to assist our Road Maintenance Operators Raymond McKay and Ray Queen.
      Volunteers are always welcome to assist the DMR VFD.  Become a Fireman, Support Group Member or
      just help out where needed!

                                                             For more info, go to our
NEWS page.
                                                 AWARE OF AND CHECK FREQUENTLY - This site is run by webmaster Jackie Edwards.  It 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.  This site is managed by Shannon Barron.

Both of the above sites are useful and should be checked frequently, especially in times of emergencies such as fires.
Marjie and Sharman
offered their services to
deliver necessities like
medicine to stranded
residents in the DMR
Monsoon Season Over in the DMR, wishing for more rain now!
Our "rainy season" lasted longer than usual.  The result was that many roads were been badly rutted
and damaged.  Limpia Creek is still flowing although most of the seasonal creeks have dried up.  It
would be great if everyone up here would pitch in and throw the occasional boulder that the water
pushed into the crossings.  Let's be good neighbors and help out a little where we can!  
Check out the UPCOMING EVENTS page regularly as it is being constantly updated!
Photos are now available!

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