Rules and regulations about Twin Buttes have changed quite a bit but one thing that hasn't changed; is the amount of trash dumped on the public land.

This Saturday is your chance to help change that. There will be a public volunteer clean up starting at 8:30 in the morning. There will be two locations for volunteers to meet up. The ultimate goal help people see that their efforts to keep the land clean matter.


“To get the community to buy in, to take some ownership of Twin Buttes, to value it a little bit more, and eventually have that cultural change where we take care of our public lands,” Lt. Game Warden Jason Huebner said.

You do not have to have a permit to participate in this event. There will be water, porta-potties, and trash bags provided.

What: Twin Buttes Reservoir 1st Annual Community Clean-Up (no permit required for the day for volunteers)
When: June 10th, 2017
Where: Twin Buttes Reservoir at three locations – Twin Buttes Marina Road Boat Ramp off of Hwy 67 to Mertzon, Backside of Middle Concho Park, and the paved parking lot at the South Pool entrance.
Time: Meet at 8:30 AM for trash bag and glove distribution along with a short safety briefing – Clean-up will wrap up at about 11:30 AM with a lunch (price to be determined later) at the Twin Buttes Marina Road boat ramp.


Businesses Sponsoring the Cleanup:
Sam’s Club, Home Depot, Family Powersports, GM Welding, HEB, Chick-Fil-A, Walmart, Happy Trails, The Outdoorsman, West Texas 4 Wheel & Offroad