Snohomish County Public Utility District No. 1

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Customer Service (M-F 8a-5:30p): 425-783-1000

Jackson Project: Spada Lake Regulations

Spada Lake is the principal source of drinking water for Snohomish County’s population. As a result, the maintenance of high quality water is of primary importance. Water quality depends upon responsible public observation of the following:

Water Quality Regulations

  • Boat launching only at designated locations
  • No combustion engines allowed.
  • Licensed motorized vehicle operation on improved roads only
  • Picnicking at designated sites
  • Public must use site toilets
  • Pets must be on leashes at all times
  • No overnight camping
  • No swimming or wading in creeks or reservoirs
  • No inflatable devices allowed on Spada Lake (this includes rubber rafts)

Fishing Regulations (Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife)

For the most current fishing regulations, contact the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife at 360-902-2700 or check its website at www.wdfw.wa.gov. Note: All tributaries to the lake are closed to fishing.

Spada Lake Reservoir & Sultan River Access

 Updated 7/31/17

*** Culmback Dam Road will be CLOSED to ALL PUBLIC ACCESS at Olney Pass from 9/1/2017- 3/31/2018, in conjunction with  construction activities at the dam. 

Recreation sites on the South Shore Road will remain open for day-use activities.

Fireworks are not allowed on PUD property, and fires are permitted only in fire boxes provided at the recreation sites.

Parking at Olney Pass requires a Discover Pass, available from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources.

The outer gate at 116th street will be closed after business hours due to vandalism.

 


PUD property and Recreation Sites are day-use only.

For more details:

PLEASE READ

Contact:

425-783-1712
(M-F, 8am to 5pm)