What makes Davis a special place to live?
Davis provides a refreshingly eclectic-yet-utilitarian atmosphere unlike anywhere else in West Virginia. It’s a peaceful place where time moves a little slower; a place where you can see the stars at night. It’s the kind of place that when you travel—no matter where your adventures lead—you’re always excited to come back home.
The folks who call Davis, and Tucker County, home are incredibly passionate about living here, and that passion is palpable in the smiles of residents and storefronts of local businesses. It’s a place where you’ll get a homely “howdy” from local passersby and recommendations on the best trails from local adventurers, and you’ll be on a first-name basis with the barkeep after a few local pints.
Davis is surrounded by some of West Virginia’s most beloved, cherished, and unique landscapes—landscapes that will become your backyard. And in what better backyard to raise a family? Endless outdoor opportunities abound for family hiking, biking, camping, and fishing within minutes of your door. Cultural opportunities abound for immersion into art, music, and community. It’s no surprise that many native residents who spent their childhoods skiing and camping in these woods now own and operate successful and exciting local businesses.
For some, Davis is a magical place to retire. The strong sense of community cultivates instant friendships, and plenty of adventures await folks of all skill levels and physical capacities. But regardless of age, Davis is full of people who genuinely want to live in West Virginia—people who simultaneously embrace the region’s history while remaining focused on its future.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are the town council members?
Mayor: Doug Martin
Recorder: Andy Snyder
Councilwoman: Cindy Robeson
Councilman: John Felton
Councilman: Ted Helmick
Councilman: Alan Tomson
Councilwoman: Lisa Cousin
When and where are town council meetings?
Where: Davis Town Hall
When: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm
Agendas & Minutes
I want to build or remodel in Davis, what do I have to do?
Obtain a construction permit through the Town of Davis. Please visit the Davis Town Hall for details.
Is there an annual water quality analysis available?
How do I contact Emergency Services?
Davis Volunteer Fire Department
610 William Avenue
Davis, West Virginia 26260
(304) 259-5232 (Emergencies dial 911)
Tucker County Sheriff
341 2nd Street
Parsons, WV 26287
9105 Seneca Trail
Hambleton, WV 26269
What utilities serve Davis?
5001 Nasa Boulevard
Fairmont, WV 26554
(888) 536-9600 | Website
Town of Davis
(304) 259-5302 | Contact
Snow Removal (streets only)
Town of Davis
(304) 259-5302 | Contact
Which are the Churches in Davis?
Davis Methodist Church
388 Thomas Ave, Davis, WV 26260
St John’s Lutheran Church
Community Bible Church
Thomas Ave, Davis, WV 26260
Davis Church of God
Henry Avenue, Davis, WV 26260
Which schools serve the town?
Elementary/Middle School: Thomas/Davis
250 Quail Ridge Rd, Thomas, WV
High School: Tucker County High School
116 Mountain Lion Way, Hambleton, WV
Montessori: Mountain Laurel Learning Cooperative
324 Brown St, Thomas, WV 26292
Tucker Valley Elementary/Middle
81 Tucker Valley School Rd, Hambleton, WV 26269
Where is the closest medical facility?
Mountaintop Health Center @ Cortland Acres
30 Cortland Acres Ln, Thomas, WV 26292
St George Medical Clinic @ Tucker Valley
8591 Holly Meadows Rd, Parsons, WV 26287
Where is the closest off-hour and EMERGENCY medical facility
Garrett Regional Medical Center – Oakland, MD
251 N 4th St, Oakland, MD 21550
Davis Medical Center – Elkins, WV
812 Gorman Ave, Elkins, WV 26241
Dentists, Physical Therapy, etc.?
Davis Dental Service
340 William Ave # 2, Davis, WV 26260
417 William Ave, Davis, WV 26260
Physical Therapy: Cortland Acres
39 Cortland Acres Lane, Thomas, WV 26292