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August 11, 2011

Media Release (PDF >) Cascade Water Alliance is bringing its Water Sense Conservation Road Show booth to the Kirkland Wednesday Market on August 31, 2011. Share this:

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July 14, 2011

Media Release (PDF >) Cascade Water Alliance is bringing its Water Sense Conservation Road Show booth to the Kirkland Wednesday Market on July 20, 2011. Share this:

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June 29, 2011

Media Release (PDF >) Cascade Water Alliance is bringing its Water Sense Conservation Road Show booth to the Covington Days Saturday, July 16, 2011. Share this:

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June 29, 2011

Media Release (PDF >) Cascade Water Alliance is bringing its Water Sense Conservation Road Show booth to Redmond Derby Days Saturday, July 9, 2011. Share this:

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June 15, 2011

Media Release (PDF >) Visit Cascade Water Alliance ’s traveling conservation booth at the Bellevue Strawberry Festival on June 25 and 26. The travelling conservation booth is part of Cascade’s WaterSense Road Show, and provides free water conservation-related items and information to the community. Stop by the booth and pick up free conservation items such as showerheads, kitchen and bathroom faucet aerators, rain gauges, shower timers and more. These items save water and can help you save money on your water bill. Knowledgeable staff

Evaluation of Lake Tapps Milfoil to Begin Late May

May 09, 2011

Media Release (PDF >) A visual survey of Lake Tapps to evaluate success of last year’s milfoil treatment and to determine potential areas of treatment for 2011 will begin the last week of May, Cascade Water Alliance announced today. “Eurasion milfoil is a non-native, invasive aquatic plant that spreads rapidly, crowds out native plants, and forms dense surface mats on Lake Tapps. If the milfoil is not contained or controlled, it will pose a serious threat to this lake,” said Jon Shimada, Cascade’s Capital

Lake Levels Update

March 30, 2011

Cascade directs the diversions from the White River into Lake Tapps. Maximum diversion permitted is 1000 cfs. Share this:

Lake Levels To Increase Over The Next Two Weeks

March 23, 2011

Media Release (PDF >) Cascade expects water levels in Lake Tapps to rise to January/February levels by this weekend (March 26 – 27). A large additional rise in Lake Levels (approximately 1 to 1.5 feet) is expected in the first part of next week (March 28 – 30). By the following weekend (April 2 – 3) Lake Levels are expected to be approximately 2 to 2.5 feet above the January/February Lake Levels. Lake Levels should then rise at a slower rate until full recreational level is