July 07, 2014
Cascade Water Alliance, in conjunction with the Lake Tapps Community Council, announced today that Lake Tapps will rise to its maximum allowable level of 543 feet elevation within the next week and that it will stay there for several days.
July 02, 2014
Cascade has completed an Environmental Checklist and issued a Determination of Nonsignificance for the 2014 Flowline Outage Project. Comments must be submitted by July 16, 2014. Read the Checklist and DNS here. Share this:
June 25, 2014
Cascade will hold a public hearing at its offices on Friday, July 11, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. to receive testimony from interested persons to determine that the materials and property shown in the attached document are surplus of Cascade’s needs, and that they are to be sold or discarded. The materials will not be sold at this hearing.
May 16, 2014
Cascade Water Alliance celebrated its 15th anniversary celebration May 15, 2014, featuring breakfast speakers, workshops with regional and national leaders, and luncheon speakers.
May 15, 2014
Cascade’s 2013 Water Efficiency Program saved approximately 60 million gallons of water, 1.7 million kilowatt hours of energy and 1 million pounds of avoided greenhouse gas emissions this year, benefitting thousands of members.
May 14, 2014
Lake Tapps reached recreational level in early May and will be maintained at approximately 542.5 feet. In mid – late July, Cascade will raise the lake level to the maximum allowed under agreements with the community (elevation 543.0 feet).
May 13, 2014
On April 28th the Washington State Drowning Prevention Network awarded the Swimsafe Coalition the 2014 Tom Warren Award for its 2013 Swimsafe drowning prevention education program on Lake Tapps.
September 16, 2013
This August and September Cascade Water Alliance, owner of Lake Tapps, continued its multi-year program begun in 2010 to address dense growth of Eurasian water milfoil. Share this:
September 16, 2013
Setting and meeting six-year goals for wise water use is more than just a state requirement for Cascade. “It’s a critical part of our supply management strategy,” says Redmond Mayor John Marchione, chair of the Cascade Board. “This goal helps ensure a reliable water supply and keep utility costs lower by allowing more water to stay in streams.” Share this:
August 28, 2013
By GARY CHITTIM KING 5 News Editors’s note: The below article appeared on KING5.com on August 27, 2013 BUCKLEY, Wash. – Indian tribes and a river protection group are demanding federal officials do something to stop the loss of tens of thousands of salmon in the White River. Share this: