Together, hundreds of certified scuba divers, along with shoreline volunteers of all ages, help collect litter from the bottom of Lake Travis and across the Travis County Parks system. Divers, families, County officials, and staff of Colorado River Alliance rally together to raise public awareness of the importance of Lake Travis and the Highland Lakes. For 27 years, the community has come together to help protect and preserve Central Texas’ most vital resource. The event previously known as the Lake Travis Clean-up began in 1994 as an informal gathering of local dive shops. Since inception, the event, now managed by a collaboration between the Colorado River Alliance and Travis County Parks, has grown to include underwater efforts as well as trash pick-up along the shoreline, near roadways, and throughout parks across the river basin. More than 1,000 volunteers are expected to remove around five tons of trash and debris from the waters and shoreline of Lake Travis and at parks and creeks across Travis County as part of the clean-up. This annual effort is the largest ongoing community event designed specifically to keep the Lake, River, our drinking water, and our community healthy and clean. We are seeking event sponsors!
Lake Travis Community Cleanup
Date and Time
Sunday Apr 24, 2022
Multiple Travis County Parks & Lake Travis
Volunteers are free & registration will open February 2022. Multiple levels for sponsorships.