In The News
May 15, 2015
Although Governor Jay Inslee has declared a state-wide drought emergency, Cascade and its members have sufficient municipal water supply. Customers can continue to use water wisely as they would in any other year and follow normal activities.Read More
May 05, 2015
For the first time since 2007, when Puget Sound Energy still operated Lake Tapps, the reservoir will most likely not be filled to recreational levels by Memorial Day.Read More
April 23, 2015
Cascade began its refill of the Lake Tapps Reservoir on March 13. The improvements and enhancements to the system work well, enabling Cascade to maximize water diverted from the White River.Read More
March 16, 2015
Cascade Water Alliance began refilling the Lake Tapps Reservoir system over the weekend. The speed of the refill is dependent on the available flows in the river. The target for reaching recreational lake (reservoir) levels remains Memorial Day weekend.Read More
March 05, 2015
Cascade is on schedule to begin refilling the Lake Tapps Reservoir the week of March 16th.Read More
February 24, 2015
The Lake Tapps – White River improvement projects that required the lake to be drawn down this winter are on track and expected to be completed in time to begin refill of the lake by mid-March as originally projected.Read More
January 08, 2015
The Washington Department of Ecology has signed an agreement with a consortium of five cities and two water and sewer districts in King County for permanent and temporary trust water donations that will protect flows for fish in the river through 2034 and beyond.Read More
December 18, 2014
Cascade Water Alliance announces that its major rehabilitation activities along the entire White River Lake Tapps project to update, improve, and enhance the system are underway and ahead of schedule.Read More
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Using Water Wisely
As our magnificent region continues to grow, so do the demands for clean, safe reliable drinking water.
"At Cascade, we plan for water out 25 to 50 years to ensure the viability of our communities."
- John Marchione, board chair
Cascade's mission is to provide water supply to meet current and future needs of our members in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner through partnerships, conservation, acquiring, constructing and managing water supply infrastructure and fostering regional water planning.
Members are Our Source of Quality
Our local member cities and utilities are the source of water quality, making sure our 350,000 residents and 20,000 businesses receive great tasting high quality water today... and tomorrow.