Andy Prude Well Service

Water well service, pumps, tanks and Solar system sales.

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Phone: (432) 426-3030

Cantu Quality Builders

Car Rentals Texas

City of Alpine Gas Dept

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Graphic Design, Logo Design, Marketing, Printing, Website Development



Electricity options

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Fort Davis Recycles


Except Holidays
Tuesday – Friday, 8 AM – 1 PM
Saturday 7 AM – 3 PM
Questions, call the center 432-249-1557


603 Military Drive, Fort Davis, TX

The Jeff Davis County Receiving Station is to the north and east of the Courthouse on the corner of Military and Compromise Streets. You can reach it from Highway 17 by turning east on either Compromise or Cemetery Streets. (Map below)

Fort Davis Recycling


The Jeff Davis County Receiving Station is to the north and east of the Courthouse on the corner of Military and Compromise Streets. You can reach it from Highway 17 by turning east on either Compromise or Cemetery Streets.

Cardboard is recycled by placing the material in the containers just after entering the facility on the right. Costumers must break down all boxes before placing in cardboard bins.

When recycling in the Compactor, the attendant will ask you to sign in and also look at what you are bringing. This is to prevent contamination of the Compactor, which causes an expensive fine for the County. The Compactor, at the far northwest corner of the receiving station, accepts many types of recyclable products. See below WHAT IS RECYCLABLE & WHAT IS NOT at this facility.

Once the recyclables are compressed by the Compactor, they are reduced in size by 4 to 1. When the Compactor is full it is hauled to Austin to a Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) to be separated on an assembly line and bailed for shipment to places where they can be reused.


If you need to clean up your property, remember the

Receiving Station accepts more than just cardboard

and what goes into the compactor.

The attendant will meet you at the gate to learn what you need to dump so he can assist you and assess the fee.
EFFECTIVE October 27, 2020



30-gallon bag of trash $3.00
50-gallon bag of trash $5.00
Roll off $42.00 per yard
Living Room Chair $18.00 each
Couch $24.00 each
Mattress or Box Springs:
Twin $12.00 each
Double & Queen $18.00 each
King $24.00 each
Water Heaters $18.00 each
Stoves $18.00 each
Washers $18.00 each
Dryers $18.00 each
Dishwashers $18.00 each
Refrigerators must be RED Tagged $30.00 each
Freezers must be RED Tagged $30.00 each
Large A.C./ Heaters must be Red Tagged $30.00 each
Chipable Limbs $6.00 per yard
Non Chipable yard waste $35.00
Receiving station accept tires if they are not on rims (wheels).
Small to regular size tires $3.00
Larger tires $5.00


Glass, Dirt, Rocks, Bricks, Cinder Blocks, Cement, Motor Oil, Car Batteries, Chemicals or Paint, Rims, Wire


Twenty years ago Elaine Harmon, curator, and Jerry Yarbrough, superintendent of FDNHS, started an all volunteer recycling program. They collected recyclables and delivered them to Alpine to the center created by Hal Flanders. After Hal’s death a new city manager dismantled the recycling infrastructure. Ten years ago Jeff Davis County tried to set up recycling with Duncan Disposal, now Republic. Volunteers staffed every Saturday morning to help people recycle. After a year of work by 100 volunteers, we learned that Duncan was not recycling.

Creation of the present recycling system was made possible in 2011 with a $10,000 grant from the National Park Service Foundation with the help of John Morlock the new Superintendent. Many in‐kind contributions were given to grade the site for the compactor, compact the base, add a reinforced concrete pad, and bring in 3‐phase electricity.

In all a $20,000 investment was made to have single stream recycling with Texas Disposal Systems (TDS) whose goal is to prevent anything recyclable from being dumped in a land fill it operates. In their new contract with the County, TDS because of their increased costs, increased the hauling fees for our compacted recyclables. Jeff Davis County was paying $10,000 per year to provide free recycling for its citizens. Hauling fees went up $5,000 which was too much for the County Budget. The total budget for the Receiving Station is $97,000. Dumping fees only bring in $15,000. Solid waste disposal costs taxpayers $82,000 per year.

A group of dedicated volunteers put on a fish fry fundraiser November 2015 and raised the $5,000 needed. Over 100 people attended the fish fry and 40 people donated from $100 to $1,000 in sponsorships. Volunteer efforts and generous donations have been a hallmark of recycling in Jeff Davis County and are one reason for its success.


Send Donation to:

Fort Davis Recycles

PO Box 2176

Fort Davis, TX 79734

Partners in Fort Davis Recycling

Rick Herrman and Margaret O’Donnell

Pam Nelson Harte

Mike and Debby Murphy

James and Tammy King

Todd Jagger

Beth and Larry Francell

Sue Ashworth

Curtis Evans

Dave and Linda Hedges

Jerry and Susan Pittman

Western National Park Association

Madge Lindsay

Ray and Liz Leach

Liz Sibley

Porters Grocery

Martin and Sherry Stringer

Pam Breithaupt

John K. Lowe

Hugh Scanlen

Tim Roberts and Karen Little

Victoria Lowe

Jimmy Bencomo

Willis and Maria LeJune

Texas Nature Conservancy

David and Ana Schreiber

Fort Davis State Bank

Your “People to People” Bank since 1911. Branches located in Fort Davis, Alpine and Presidio to service all your needs. ATMs available in all locations. Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender.

Phone: (432) 426-3211

Fort Davis Veterinary Services

Veterinary services for pets.
Janet Greathouse, DVM and Dave Taylor DVM
Open Monday-Friday 8:30am-12 noon, 1pm-5pm

Phone: (432) 426-3086
Address: 43441 State Hwy 17 S, Fort Davis, TX 79734

Fort Davis Water Supply Corp

Girl Scouts Of The Permian Basin

Year round leadership development program for girls ages 5-17.
Education & camping for youth, Group facility rentals.

Hours: Monday-Thursday: 9am-6pm

Phone: (432) 364-2201

Grand Companions Humane Society

Grand Companions helps people save and connect with homeless pets through our rescue shelter and adoption programs.

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm

Visit our Facebook page.

Phone: (432) 426-3724
Address: 701 Compromise St., Fort Davis, TX 79734

Hilary’s Nut Farm Kennel & Dog Grooming

Jarratt Dirt Work and Paving, Inc.

Lance Jarratt


Utility Installation, Building Sites, Diversion Dams, Stock Tanks, Grubbing/Brush Clearing, Road Grading, Water Lines – Ranch/Commercial/Residential, Paving – Commercial/Residential.

Tuesday – Friday. 9 -3

Phone: (432) 249-0187

Jeff Davis County Abstract & Title Co.

Jeff Davis County Library


Located in Memorial Square, Fort Davis, TX

Monday – Friday 10:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday 10:00am to 2:00pm

Phone: 432-426-3802
Address: PO Box 1054, Fort Davis, TX 79734

Jeff Davis County Mountain Dispatch

205 W. Court Avenue
Fort Davis, TX 79734

Subscriptions $39 in local tri-county area, $42 elsewhere.

Visit our Facebook page.

Phone: (432) 426-3077
Physical Address: 205 W. Court Avenue, Fort Davis, TX 79734
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1097, Fort Davis, TX 79734-1097

Lannom & Roach, CPA’s

Looking Sharp

Martini Construction

As a locally owned and operated design-build company, Martini Construction works as a team to creatively customize your home or commercial space to match your needs. Martini Construction specializes in concrete and welded steel frame manufacturing, ensuring high quality results. At Martini, you will find a workforce of skilled craftsmen that are top notch. OSHA compliance is a necessity, and ongoing training and certification programs allows their crew to continue to develop their specialties in welding, electrical, carpentry, trim work, etc. A strict adherence to timelines and budgets end up saving their customers headaches and money. Martini Construction is also experienced at historic restoration and preservation.

Martini Construction is located at 503 Cemetery Road.

Contact: Phil Martini, owner (432) 207-2278 or Matt Blackman, general manager (432) 249-0283


Phone: (432) 249-0283

Mobile Comunidad

Mobile Comunidad is an outreach program of the Friends of the Jeff Davis County Library and Food Pantry of Jeff Davis County, in partnership with the Jeff Davis County Library, committed to lifting people up by meeting a variety of social service needs right where they live.

Hours vary. See website for the van’s scheduled stops.

Phone: 432-756-5522
Physical Address: Friends of the Jeff Davis Co. Library, 100 Memorial Square, Fort Davis, Texas
Mailing Address: PO Box 425, Fort Davis, TX 79734

Mobile Mortician of Texas

The staff at Mobile Mortician of Texas takes great pride in caring for our families, and has made a commitment to provide you with a beautiful, lasting tribute to your loved one. Honoring your loved one is our top priority, and part of that is assisting you deal with grief during this difficult time. Everyone’s needs are different, and for that reason, families can entrust their loved one’s wishes to our staff. We have a wide range of resources to support you not only today, but in the weeks and months to come.

We are officially ready to serve our community. If you need us, call 432-249-1333 and we will come to you and help you honor and celebrate the life of your loved one.

Phone: 432-249-1333
Physical Address: 43430 Hwy 17, Fort Davis, Texas
Mailing Address: PO Box 2174, Fort Davis, TX 79734

My Tiny Space

Flower shop and Comic Books

Justus Hall


Phone: 432-244-9998
Address: 43430 Hwy. 17 S. Ste. A Fort Davis TX 79734

Poissenot Productions

Post Office

Lobby Hours:
Monday – Friday 9am – 2:30pm, 3:30pm – 4:30pm

Phone: (432) 426-3914
Address: 500 Sgt Gonzales, Fort Davis, TX 79734

Studio Five-O-One

Sunkissed Tanning

Texas Disposal Systems

West Texas National Bank

West Texas National Bank locations are strategically placed throughout West Texas to provide you access to our services in a wide range of areas. Come visit one of our convenient locations or call us at 1.877.493.7862.

ATM in Fort Davis

101 N State St
Fort Davis, TX 79734

Accepts cash and check deposits

Branch in Alpine


101 E Ave E
Alpine, TX 79830



Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 3:00 pm




Monday – Friday
7:30 am – 6:00 pm

9:00 am – 12:00 pm



Accepts cash and check deposits

West Texas Tour & Transport

Transporting tourists and locals across West Texas. Call Steve to set up your transport today!

  • Midland/ El Paso/ Private Airport Transportation
  • Amtrak Train Packages
  • Connections to McDonald Observatory Tours
  • Non-Emergency Medical Transport
  • Area Orientation Tours
  • Connections to Overnight Big Bend Outfitter Tours

Phone: 432-194-4138
Address: PO Box 561, Alpine, TX 79831

Alpine Avalanche

Big Bend Regional Medical Center

Big Bend Regional Medical Center is a 25-bed facility with complete inpatient and outpatient services, providing emergency and health services for the Big Bend Region.

Phone: (432) 837-3447
Address: 2600 N Hwy 118, Alpine, Texas 79830

Big Bend Telephone

Provides high speed internet and advanced data services. Now offering high speed internet at low prices for Fort Davis Estates, Mano Prieto and most of downtown Fort Davis.

Open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.

Toll Free: (800) 592-4781
Address: 808 N 5th Street, Alpine, TX 79830

Blue Sky Productions

Publishers of Big Bend Real Estate Guide, Map of the Big Bend & Davis Mountains, Big Bend Artists and suppliers of other marketing materials such as business cards, brochures & booklets.

Phone: (432) 614-4074

Caliche Flats Homes

Frances E. Valdez, Attorney at Law


Iris Korus, DDS

Morrison’s True Value

Retail hardware, sporting goods, house wares, giftware and rental equipment.

Monday – Saturday, 8am – 7pm; Sunday, 1pm – 5pm

Phone: (432) 837-2061
Address: 301 N. 5th, Alpine, TX 79830

Permian Basin Area-Wide Phone Book

ROMP (Responsible Ownership of Marfa Pets)

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)