Red, White and Blue, Through and Through!

Residents throughout our community are welcome to join with your neighbors to participate in any one or more of the following July 4th family fun events hosted by the Angle Lake Shore Club and Angle Lake Manor Home Owners Association.

A schedule and map of events is available for download HERE.
The lineup is as follows:

10:00 am - Angle Lake Manor Club Parade 
Pull up a chair to watch or you may choose to decorate your trike, bike, scooter, wagon, dog, yourself! and join the parade! The parade starts at the corner of 33rd Av S & S. 194th St and then turns right to proceed down S 192nd St and then right on 39th Av and back around to S 194th St ending at the Manor Club Beach Lot for a patriotic sing along and ice cream social. Yum!

11:00 am – Bud Jones Memorial Run/Walk Around the Lake 
Compete against your neighbors for bragging rights and prizes – or win the trophy as the fastest runner to complete the course around the perimeter of the lake first.   Race will begin at Post 35.  Registration opens at 10:45 am; Walkers depart at 11:00; Runners start at 11:30 – awards presented at noon.

01:00 pm – Live Music on Stage at the Park

01:00 pm – Dock / Beach Decoration Judging
Let those creative juices flow in a competition to come up with the most impressive Independence Day dock display. Wow the socks off our judges to win a prize of $100 Cash Prize for First Place! $75; $50; $25; or Beach towel will be awarded for 2nd – 10th place respectively.

03:00 pm – Swim Races
Okay all you guppies; minnows; barracudas; sharks; flounders; whales or whichever you perceive yourself. Time to get your swim suits on and get ready to compete for prizes and Trophy as the fastest of all swimmers!  We'll be assembling at 2:45 on the shores at Gregg and Marsha Louvier's Beach (the large Lighted Cross from the water - or Post 46 from 46th Street). Plenty of parking on the grass. Cash prizes awarded to the fastest children, other valuable prizes will be awarded to fastest adults!

03:30 pm – Boat Races (aprox.)
Immediately following the swim races – the attention will shift to boat racing. If it floats then you can race it! Just show up in some kind of water craft and we’ll find a category to put you in and you’ll be ready to join in the fun and paddle, pedal or row your way to victory.  Prizes will be awarded for fastest competitors.

7:30 pm – Decorated Boat Parade
Pontoon boats; ski boats; outboard motor boats – and hey, if you think you can keep up in a row boat or peddle boat, then fall in line with the parade of boats that will circle the lake spreading additional holiday cheer! In similar fashion with our Annual Christmas Boat Parade except we’re asking that you decorate your boat in patriotic red, white, and blue affair instead.  And while Santa Clause might not be there, Uncle Sam just may make an appearance!

10:00 pm – The 4th of July Finale 
Due to unfortunate circumstances, the Shore Club Members and their neighbors will not be producing a fireworks show this year.  However, the City of SeaTac with additional sponsorship support from their commercial sponsors will produce a fireworks show launching from the public park fishing docks. The display will not be visible from the northwest and northeast shorelines, therefore all residents are invited to view the show by boat or make arrangements with neighbors for viewing from the South and West shores.

The Board Members of the Angle Lake Shore Club wish to remind our neighbors that possession and discharge of private fireworks is illegal within SeaTac city limits.

A special shout out in recognition to the many volunteers who donate their time to help plan, coordinate and execute these events. Speaking on behalf of the community, your efforts are most appreciated!

Have a Happy and Safe Independence Day Celebration!

Release from Liability: Recognizing that the ALSC, a non-profit neighborhood based organization run solely on a volunteer basis, will do its best to ensure a safe experience, it is important to understand that participation by any member(s) or non-member(s) in any activities sponsored by the ALSC is done so at the participants own risk.

Recongnizing Good Deeds

It’s time to start feeling better about life in SeaTac and a good way to start is by recognizing neighbors who help to make SeaTac a better place to live! 


Do you have a neighbor who tends to go the extra mile and performs notable contributions toward improving the quality of life for those who live on your street, in your neighborhood, or in the community? The City of SeaTac is sponsoring a Good Neighbor Award to recognize those individuals who perform selfless acts of kindness and promote good will and call attention in a positive way to the benefits of being a good neighbor. Community members are nominated by their peers and the award recipients will be chosen from those submissions.

The 2015 Good Neighbor Award is focused on noteworthy acts having occurred between January 2014 and July 2015.  Nominations will be accepted through July 2015, and the award winners will be announced at the 2015 SeaTac International Festival held at Angle Lake Park on Sept. 12-13.  The recognition program will award one Good Neighbor Award finalist and three honorable mentions;  all nominees will be recognized.

Nomination guidelines and forms are available online through this LINK or by contacting Resource Conservation/Neighborhood Programs Coordinator Trudy Olson at 206.973.4763.  Print copies of the nomination forms are also available at City Hall third floor permit counter area and the North SeaTac Community Center.

Nominations will be accepted until July 31, 2015.

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Seeking Volunteers for Water Quality Surveys

Are you interested saving Angle Lake from the horrors of dense weed infestations?


The King County Noxious Weed Control Program would like to invite you to attend a free training program to help prevent the spread of noxious weeds in our lake.

The 2015 Lake Weed Watcher Training
Saturday, June 27, 2015 (9:30 am – 11:30 am)
Lake Desire Community Clubhouse
18118 172nd Ave SE Renton, WA 98058

The Lake Weed Watcher Program trains volunteers to survey for aquatic weeds in small lakes in King County, Washington. Volunteers are trained to identify both native and non-native aquatic plants.  The goal of the project is to watch for populations of invasive weeds that are not currently known to occur in King County or that have a very limited distribution, but have the potential to spread and cause damage.  Detecting these weeds early allows us to stop them before they get too entrenched to remove.

The training will cover:
  • Plant identification
  • Survey method
  • Data entry and submittal
The County Program provides:
  • Training in survey methodology and plant identification
  • All necessary survey equipment (other than that mentioned below)
  • Plant identification materials
Volunteers need to provide:
  • A small boat (e.g. canoe) and a place to launch it (if you don't live on a lake we can help you choose a lake with a public boat ramp)
  • Personal flotation device (PFD) and any other required water safety equipment
  • Ability to attend one this training session
  • Approximately one field day in early July and one field day in late August or early September
The majority of the session be in the “classroom” however will also include time at the waterfront at the end of the training for more plant ID and equipment use training.

“We’ve had good participation in the program last year and hope to expand participation this year” says Joe Neumann, Noxious Weeds Control Specialist with the Department of Natural Resources, King County. “The training is open to returning and new volunteers. Please feel free to relay this invitation to anyone interested in helping keep lakes healthy.”

To sign up for the training, contact Joe Neumann joseph.neumann@kingcounty.gov or at 206-477-4331. Ben Peterson can still be reached at Ben.Peterson@kingcounty.gov or 206-477-4724.

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Community Yard Sale! Memorial Day Weekend

The Angle Lake Manor has planned the annual Angle Lake Community Garage Sale for Memorial Day Weekend!  The dates selected are May 22nd, and 23rd and 24th. Advertising will be placed in the local papers with additional online postings on Craigslist to help promote the event. The Angle Lake Community will be described as the area between 188th Street on the North; 200th Street to the South; International Boulevard at the West; and Military Road to the East.

Signs will be posted at all street corners throughout the area and will remain up through Sunday, May 24th for those wanting to continue selling through the entire weekend. If you’d like more information or want a sign for your yard (while supplies last) please contact Oren Hadaller at (206) 878-6745.


This event is expected to draw hundreds of value hunters into our area seeking bargains. If you’ve been thinking about ridding yourself of some of your excess goods, don’t put it off any longer – this is the perfect time to sell it! Plus, we've even provided you with some great tips to make your sale most successful - click here to reveal the flyer.

And what's even better? There is no cost to you to participate. 

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Community Survey Results Meeting

At the beginning of April, the City of SeaTac invited the community to participate in a 2015 Resident Satisfaction Survey. The information collected through this survey would be used as the basis to assist staff members gauge whether our city is providing programs, services and amenities needed and desired by members of the community with a goal of ensuring SeaTac is a more livable community.


Regardless if you had participated in the prior survey or not, you are invited to join other community members to review and discuss the results of the survey.

Resident Satisfaction Survey Community Meeting
Bow Lake Elementary 18237 42nd Ave. So.
Thursday, May 21, 2015 
6:00 – 6:30 PM Dinner
6:30 – 8:00 PM Community Conversations

If attending, please RSVP by emailing Soraya Lowry at slowry@ci.seatac.wa.us or calling the RSVP line: 206.973.4817

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