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Economic incentives available upon request.

Please contact the City Manager for more information:

 806-647-2155

 

 

 

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CCOMODATIONS

 

The Dimmitt Chamber of Commerce website is supported by

the hotels and motels of Dimmitt, Texas.

 

Executive Inn
320 N. Broadway
806-647-2177
 

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COMMERCE

 

Dimmit Municipal Airport: Dimmitt has a municipal airport (5,500 ft. runway) –

Enterprise Zone, homer rule government, volunteer fire

department and an average annual temperature of 57.5 degrees.

 

Castro County News: The Castro County News is featured

weekly on Thursday on KDHN Radio 1470.

 

Castro County Hospital District: CCHD is a 25 bed facility and is the

medical center of Dimmitt, It features rehabilitation therapies, emergency

medical services and consulting specialists, and radiology (in house CAT scan).

www.plainsmemorial.com

 

Dimmitt Nursing & Rehabilitation, L.P.: Dimmitt Nursing &

Rehabilitation, L.P. Is a licensed nursing home facility with a 114 bed capacity.

Castro County Museum: Dimmit is know for it's colorful cowboys and western heritage.

 Visit the Castro County Museum for more history and information about Dimmitt's past.

 There is no admission charge but donations are accepted. By appointment only.

 

The Ozark Trail Obelisk: The Ozark Trail Obelisk is located at the intersection of

 highways 86 and 385 and was constructed in the 1920's for $600. Marking the distance

 to other towns and trade centers along the Ozark Trail, it originally stood in

the center of the intersection but was moved to its present location by a colorful

 pioneer settler, Mr. Edwin “Goose” Ramey. Distance in miles to Amarillo (63),

Lubbock (80), Albuquerque (275), Oklahoma City (325), Ft. Worth (396), Dallas

(438), Denver (463) and Austin (476) are featured at this landmark.

 

Castro County Fair and Annual Celebration – Saturday after Labor Day.
Featuring exhibits, quilt shows, fiddlers' contest, parades, early settlers reunion,

food booths, crafts, rides, games, live entertainment and tons of family fun!

 

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EDUCATION

 

Dimmitt is CAT Country! Dimmitt's 1,101 students are educated in three

modern facilities: Richardson Elementary (708 W. Stinson St.), Dimmitt

Middle School (805 W. Jones St.) and Dimmitt High School (1505 Western Circle).

Gifted and talented, bi-lingual and ESL programs are available. Educational

facilities within commuting distance include West Texas A&M University (Canyon),

Texas Tech (Lubbock), South Plains College (Levelland), Wayland (Plainview),

Amarillo College (Amarillo) and Eastern New Mexico University (Portales).

Visit Dimmitt ISD for more information.

 

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RECREATION

 

Municipal Outdoor Swimming Pool - 200 W. 7th St. (rear) behind junior

high schoolSeasonal pheasant, duck and goose hunting during appropriate seasons.

Quilting – Join quilters from around the state for the Ogallala Quilt Festival

annually the first Saturday in April. Contact the Chamber more information.

Rhoades Memorial Library – showcasing the Michael Richter pewter

sculpture “The Circus Parade” - 105 SW 2nd. St. - (806) 647-3532

 

Youth Sports Programs -Contact the Chamber for more information.

 

Castro County Exposition Center – yearlong county and community activities available

Dimmitt Senior Citizens Center – for those 50+ (but much younger at heart!)
218 W. Jones – (806) 647-2654

 

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RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

Ignacio & Lorraine Mendoza

647-2993

 

Ann Henderson

647-4342

 

Simon & Maria Ramos

647-4320

 

Alex Trigo

647-2283

 

Juan Pablo Rodriguez

647-4797

 

Olga Marquez

647-9966

 

Felipe Flores (Stafford Apts. & Jones St. Apts)

647-3760

                       

Paul Fry

647-2248

 

Carol Lust

 647-2229 or 647-3554

 

Joe & Norma Franco

292-6043

 

Sandy Parson

        647-5545

 

George Rasor

647-3375

 

David Keith

647-4537

 

Kent Birdwell

 

647-3427 or 647-5561

 

Gertie Waggoner

647-5762

 

Pati Elder

647-6323

 

Northside  Apartments

647-4051

  

You can go by City Hall 200 E Jones and ask for a list of recent shut offs.

647-2155


 

Organizations & Clubs:

 

Lions Club

 

 

 

Rotary Club

 

4-H

 

Helping Hands

 

FFA - Dimmitt High School

 

Rack's Club

 

Booster Club

 

Protective Child Abuse

 

Meals On Wheels

 

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