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As our magnificent region continues to grow, our job is to provide clean, safe and reliable drinking water

Cascade’s mission is to provide water supply to meet current and future needs of our members in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner through partnerships, conservation, acquiring, constructing and managing water supply infrastructure and fostering regional water planning.

Cascade’s Videos

 

Cascade has a YouTube Channel to access it’s videos, including how-to videos such as converting to drip irrigation, healthy lawns, and testing a toilet for leaks.

Click here for Cascade’s 20th Anniversary Legacy video.

Lake Tapps Drawdown Update

The reservoir is currently at full recreation levels. No new water will be added, and the reservoir will begin to slowly float down (the rate will depend on rainfall). Residents  >>

Lake Tapps Drawdown Update

As Lake Tapps residents can tell, the reservoir is at full recreation levels. No new water will be added, and the reservoir will begin to slowly float down (the rate  >>

Issaquah planning new water treatment plant

Taken from the city of Issaquah, WA website – see full article here. Overview To ensure reliable and safe drinking water for decades to come, Issaquah is now planning for  >>

Lake Levels Update – Drawdown

Cascade Water Alliance will be keeping the Lake Tapps Reservoir full through early to mid-October. The reservoir will slowly float down to about 540 feet by the end of October  >>

TappsWise Program

Cascade, in partnership with Tacoma-Pierce County Department of Health offers TappsWise, a program with information and workshops on natural yard care and septic system maintenance. Click here for more information.

September 9, 2019

Lake Tapps Drawdown Update

The reservoir is currently at full recreation levels. No new water will be added, and the reservoir will begin to slowly float down (the rate will depend on rainfall). Residents  >>

Lake Tapps Drawdown Update

As Lake Tapps residents can tell, the reservoir is at full recreation levels. No new water will be added, and the reservoir will begin to slowly float down (the rate  >>

Issaquah planning new water treatment plant

Taken from the city of Issaquah, WA website – see full article here. Overview To ensure reliable and safe drinking water for decades to come, Issaquah is now planning for  >>