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There's more to living in Silver City than golf...
for some folks, anyway!


Grant County's great year-round climate, relaxed lifestyles and abundant opportunities for mental, physical and spiritual activity make our part of Southwest New Mexico one of the best in which to retire. We hope you'll consider joining us here in Silver City, Hurley, Bayard, Cliff, Pinos Altos or one of the many other great communities in Grant County.

You bet folks want to live here! They've been coming here for more than 1,100 years! Read reviews about us!
  • "The Real New Mexico Experience." New York Times, January 13, 2006
    "People who live in Silver City like to say that their town of 10,000 offers 'the real New Mexico experience.' Perched on the edge of the Gila National Forest in a high-desert wonderland of ponderosas, deep gorges and red-rock mesas, Silver City is a bit rough around the edges... but that's the way the locals like it." Read this article!
     
  • "From mining bust to tourist boom, Silver City celebrates 20 years of New Mexico MainStreet"
    " ... As New Mexico’s longest-running MainStreet community, today’s Silver City is a colorful, bustling burgh that Outside magazine declared one of its 20 “Dream Towns.”

    Read more reviews about us!
Looking for information on club meetings, civic organizations and other regularly scheduled community activities? Click here for an up-to-date list!

The Western Institute for Lifelong Learning (WILL) approaches learning as a lifetime adventure for continued intellectual discovery in a supportive, expansive, and informal learning environment.

WILL is based on the experienced programs created by retired professionals at Duke Institute for Learning and Retirement and other Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes. We are a grass-roots organization created by Grant County residents and partnered with, yet independent of, Western New Mexico University in Silver City. Learn more!

There are plenty of ways in Grant County to escape from busy day-to-day life... but it's nice to know you're never too far away from quality healthcare, your neighborhood pharmacy or the doctor's office.
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Or learn more about our award-winning healthcare resources: