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Lake Tapps Reservoir Drawdown Update

Cascade will begin the fall drawdown on November 1 and will bring the reservoir level down to approximately 539 feet for the fall and winter.  This drawdown is necessary for  >>

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Lake Tapps Reservoir Levels Update

Due to no precipitation and low river flows, the reservoir level has dropped slightly to 542.3’ (as of 2:30 on 9/11/20). Cascade is doing everything it can to add water  >>

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Reminder to License Before Modifying or Constructing a New Improvement at Lake Tapps Reservoir

All modified or new improvements on the Lake Tapps Reservoir require a License from Cascade. Cascade owns the reservoir lake bed and shoreline up to the 545’ elevation line (note  >>

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FREE Lake Tapps Incident Locators Available

The Lake Tapps Incident Locator Program, first launched in 2014 by East Pierce Fire & Rescue, continues to be an effective way to ensure that public safety help gets where  >>

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No Trespassing on Dikes

You may have noticed fencing on some of Cascade’s dikes. Although the dikes are closed to the public, the combination of warm, sunny days and the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted  >>

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