What’s New at Cascade

Lake Tapps Level Lowered For Expected Storms

In anticipation of a potential upcoming storm event this weekend, Cascade determined that it is advisable to lower the Lake Tapps Reservoir level beginning Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016, from its  >>

EPA Honors Cascade Water Alliance for “Excellence in Strategic Collaboration”

Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency honored 20 businesses, municipalities, utilities, and organizations for their commitment to protecting the environment through promoting water efficiency.  Cascade was awarded the “Excellence in Strategic  >>

Algae Advisory Lifted for Lake Tapps!

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department has lifted the Toxic Algae Caution Advisory for Lake Tapps and states that Advisory signs will be removed from Allan Yorke Park and Lake Tapps North  >>

Lake Tapps 2016 Drawdown and 2017 Fill Schedule Announced

Beginning today, Lake Tapps Reservoir will be allowed to float down through the fall, with an anticipated lake level drop of approximately one foot by Thanksgiving. Homeowners should watch lake levels  >>

Lake Tapps Algae Update:

On Monday, Aug. 29, The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department sampled water from Lake Tapps. Again, test results did not show detectable toxins. Yesterday the Health Department checked 15 locations around  >>