Capitol Lake Improvement & Protection Association 'CLIPA'
Capitol Lake
Save the Lake Preserve the Past Improve the Future
Capitol Lake
Capitol Lake Improvement & Protection Association 'CLIPA'
Save the Lake Preserve the Past Improve the Future

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Article Archives

Community, Private & Public Partnership

April 2015 - CLIPA and other organizations take initial steps to work together to make Capitol Lake and the Deschutes Basin work for the entire community. Read More...

Capitol Lake Needs Your Help! August 2014

Contact your elected leadership. We need to be a vocal majority, not silent and overruled by a vocal and ill-informed minority of residents.
Links to the appropriate committees & elected representatives.

Successful Community Meetings - June & July 2014

CLIPA sponsored public discussions about the future of the Deschutes Urban Watershed and Capitol Lake were attended by many elected officials and representatives as well as members of the community.

Capitol Lake Improvements are Needed NOW - CLIPA'S Proposal– February 2013

A true "Managed Lake Approach" is the only environmentally sound, cost effective and community based alternative that the citizens of Thurston County and the state will accept. To delay this project will increase the eventual cost of dredging both Capitol Lake and the marine waters of Lower Budd Inlet. Read More...

CLIPA Management Plan Better for Water Quality and Pocket-Book - March 2011

CLIPA's 50 year plan for managing Capitol Lake is less than $48 million, and includes a public-private partnership to ensure a watershed-wide coordinated, sustainable management solution. This is in contrast to an estuary option of approximately $150 million which does not include stakeholder cooperation or Deschutes watershed management needs. Read More...

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