What’s New at Cascade

Caution Advisory Remains in Effect at Lake Tapps

As part of their ongoing surface water monitoring efforts, Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department staff checked seven locations around Lake Tapps on Thursday, Aug. 25, and found a small area of algae  >>

Lake Tapps Algae Update

Following concerns regarding algae blooms in Lake Tapps last week – which when tested for toxins, were negative — the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department just informed Cascade that it inspected Lake  >>

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Update on Algae in Lake Tapps

The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department has lowered the Lake Tapps toxic algae advisory from a warning advisory to a caution advisory. People should avoid areas where visible algae may be  >>

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Toxic Algae Advisory For Lake Tapps

At 4:00 p.m. today (August 18, 2016), Cascade received a call from Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department about a toxic algae bloom in Lake Tapps. Please see the following link on  >>

Lakefront Property Owners Can Help Control Aquatic Weeds

Cascade continues to control and prevent the spread of Eurasian watermilfoil in Lake Tapps as is required by law. However, treatment of native, aquatic plants is the responsibility of homeowners.  >>