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Archive for August, 2015

Closed Lake Washington shoreline to re-open today

SEATTLE (August 31, 2015) — The remaining four-block stretch of Lake Washington near last Wednesday’s sewage spill site that was closed over the weekend will be reopened today. Tests done over the weekend showed the water is safe for recreation. Posted warning signs in this area are being removed. Seattle’s Seward Park swimming beach reopened […]

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Seward Park swimming beach will open after two days of clean water samples

SEATTLE (August 28, 2015) — Seattle’s Seward Park swimming beach will reopen Saturday, after two consecutive days of testing showed the water safe for recreation. But a four-block stretch of Lake Washington remains closed to contact by humans and pets pending further testing. The section of Lake Washington shoreline near Wednesday’s sewage spill site — from […]

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Seward Park swimming beach closed through Friday

SEATTLE (August 27, 2015) — Seattle’s Seward Park swimming beach will remain closed through at least Friday afternoon, until further water testing can confirm the water is safe. Seattle Parks and Recreation (Parks) and Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) made the decision to close the beach yesterday as a precaution, after problems with an electrically operated pipe […]

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Region hitting 10 percent water reduction goal, utilities continue to ask for reduced water use

  Puget Sound Region (Aug. 26, 2015) — In the last two weeks, the region has collectively cut back on its water use by 10 percent, hitting the goal set by Everett, Seattle and Tacoma. The three cities ask customers to please keep up their efforts to reduce water use. After moving to the Voluntary […]

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Region’s customers asked to voluntarily reduce water use by 10 percent

  Everett, Seattle, Tacoma move to “Voluntary Stage” of water shortage plans  Puget Sound Region (Aug. 11, 2015) After unusually hot weather, the region’s all-time driest May-July and in preparation of a potentially drier-than-normal fall, Everett, Seattle and Tacoma have moved to the second stage of their water shortage response plans — voluntary reduction. The […]

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Video: Ship Canal Water Quality Project – Public invited to comment until August 24, 2015

Sewage and stormwater from many older parts of Seattle all funnels into shared pipes that lead to King County’s treatment plant in Magnolia. During heavy rains, these pipes can reach their capacity. When the pipes are too full, they can overflow into our lakes and waterways. SPU is working with King County to design and […]

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