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 11/6/17

Culmback Dam Road is CLOSED to ALL PUBLIC ACCESS, INCLUDING PEDESTRIANS, at Olney Pass due to construction activity.   

The South Shore Road and associated day-use recreation sites/boat launches are open.

The inner gate at 116th Street will be closed outside of business hours (7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.). The outer gate will be left open.


PUD property and Recreation Sites are day-use only.

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Contact:

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