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Monday, May 3, 2021
By Dave Graybill
With warmer temperatures this time of year comes high water. Our area rivers are filling with runoff and flows are changing. The Chelan County PUD offers a handy App for those who like to play on water, particularly the Columbia River in the Wenatchee area and on Lake Chelan. It’s called the Currents App. Knowing river elevations (measured in feet above sea level) is important for anyone boating in the Columbia River reservoirs, recreating in the river parks, and living along the river. The Currents App is free from the Chelan PUD, and it is easy to download to your smartphone, so you can check on water levels before you plan to go out and play on the water. Just go to my web site and click on the Currents App photo on the right hand side of the page. Very handy and helps keep you safe on the water. Something else that you will want to check out from Chelan PUD is the free passes you can get that are good for day-use parking. The passes are good at three-state operated parks—Confluence, Daroga and Lincoln Park. To get your free day-use pass, just visit