In The News
July 02, 2015
Cascade is officially opening Lake Tapps Reservoir to all recreation effective immediately. Remember, this water is cold, and you may encounter stumps, floating debris or submerged hazards in the reservoir. This opening has been made possible by Cascade’s project for the Corps in which water was twice stored behind Mud Mountain Dam and then released. After state-mandated in-steam flows have been met, water is diverted into Lake Tapps Reservoir. Some additional water will come in this weekend. Law enforcement will be on patrol.Read More
July 01, 2015
BELLEVUE, WA– In this time of water shortages throughout the state, Bellevue and the Puget Sound region has sufficient water for normal activities through planning, strategic investment and a commitment to serve its residents. It is also critically important to use it wisely. But how we use that water and why we need it is the focus of an innovative effort by the City of Bellevue and Cascade Water Alliance to begin the conversation with residents throughout the region about water,Read More
June 25, 2015
In 2009, Cascade Water Alliance joined other agencies in the Puget Sound region in a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) regarding acquisition of the Eastside Rail Corridor from BNSF.Read More
June 18, 2015
Cascade Water Alliance announced the Lake Tapps Reservoir will officially be open for passive recreation beginning Saturday, June 20, at 8 a.m.Read More
June 12, 2015
Cascade continues to fill Lake Tapps with water stored behind Mud Mountain Dam by the Corps during its recent construction project.Read More
June 10, 2015
Cascade Water Alliance today announced that water stored behind Mud Mountain Dam during Phase 1 of the barrier structure apron repair project is being released and fill of the Lake Tapps reservoir has resumed. The Corps and Cascade are collaborating on the project to repair the apron of the Barrier Structure to protect fish, as required by the National Marine Fisheries Service biological opinion. To ensure worker safety in the river, instream flows were brought down to 350 cubic feet per secondRead More
June 05, 2015
Since November 2014, when Cascade Water Alliance drew down the Lake Tapps Reservoir, the lake bed has been closed for public safety. This has included public boat launches and parks as well. The lake remains closed at this time.Read More
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