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Alert: Health Department Issues Toxic Algae Caution Advisory for Lake Tapps

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department has issued a toxic algae caution advisory for Lake Tapps and they posted advisory signs at the two public boat launches. The Health Department states: “Most  >>

Lake Tapps at Maximum Fill Today – May 17, 2017

Today Cascade will raise the Lake Tapps reservoir to approximately elevation 543 feet, the maximum allowable level Cascade can operate Lake Tapps. Cascade raises the reservoir to the maximum allowed at  >>

Cascade Hosts “Clean and Healthy Lake Tapps” Open House, May 16

Cascade Water Alliance invites the public to an open house on Tuesday, May 16, at 6:00 p.m., to learn more about how everyone can help keep Lake Tapps Reservoir clean and  >>

Fix a Leak Week

In recognition of national Fix a Leak Week, students at Discovery Elementary School in Sammamish learned how to construct a drip irrigation system to water vegetables in their school garden.  >>

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2017 Lake Tapps Reservoir Spring Refill Update

Cascade Water Alliance and the Lake Tapps Community Council announced today that the Lake Tapps Reservoir has reached recreation minimum pool levels (elevation 541.5 feet) a month ahead of the  >>