Angle Lake Clean Sweep!

The Angle Lake Shore Club “Lake Clean Sweep” is scheduled for this Saturday, July 20, 2019, from 9AM to 1PM. 

We encourage all residents to volunteer to help the ALSC with shoreline and lake bottom clean-up and trash removal. We will also have groups assigned to clearing trash from our streets located between International Blvd on the west to I-5 on the east, and from S.188th Street on the north to S. 200th Street on the south. in cleaning up our neighborhood. 

The shoreline and lake bottom on the west end between the public park to the mobile home park is in dire need of scuba divers, snorkelers and waders to help remove submerged trash and debris.  If you know anyone who dives, please contact Judy Williams at (206) 419-4637. The club will reimburse them for the air in their tanks.

After the clean-up from 9AM to 1PM, participating volunteers will be invited to a picnic lunch at the Angle Lake Manor Club Beach and entered into our appreciation raffle drawing for ALSC branded shirts and other prizes.

If you live in this area, we urge you to come to Angle Lake Park by 9AM on Saturday, July 20, 2019, to grab some heavy-duty trash bags and picker-upper grabbers to join with your neighbors in this rewarding and fun event. 

Share Your Thoughts

Rita Palomino Marlow, Taryn Hill (Vice-chair), Bruce Bryant, Tani Rae Standridge,
Jim Todd (Chair), Peter Daigle
Pictured above is a group of neighbors who volunteer as members on the Arts, Culture, and Library Advisory Committee (ACLAC) which acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council with the following purposes: 
  • Make recommendations pertaining to art and culture to the community and creating a bridge between the SeaTac community and the Valley View Library;
  • Inform the City Council in matters of the arts, culture, and library-related activities and programs;
  • Represent the interest of the community pertaining to the arts, culture, and library;
  • Develop cooperation with schools, local, regional, state and national art and cultural related organizations;
  • Solicit grants and resources to enhance and promote related programs;
  • Advocate for increased access and consciousness to art, culture and library programs;
  • Facilitate community dialogue and education on issues including literacy, diversity and intellectual freedom;
  • Establish and administer an Arts and Cultural Master Plan; and 
  • Work with King County 4Culture Grant program for funding sources.
This team of volunteers is currently looking at ways to encourage arts and culture within the city of SeaTac. 
A survey has been created to collect public comments, opinions, and ideas to generate artistic opportunities and cultural events. Please click on the link below to share your thoughts on how this goal might be achieved.

Let's Celebrate!

Independence Day is one of the most festive holidays in the United States, and as such, it's a great time to be at Angle Lake.

The community will celebrate by hosting a large Fourth of July fireworks display, patriotic parade, live music at the park, dock decoration contest and street and open water races. To help ensure you don’t miss a minute of the fun and entertainment, download a copy of the schedule of events and locations map HERE.

Respect and observe our laws: 
It is illegal for anyone to discharge personal fireworks anywhere within SeaTac city limits.

Please consider the money you'd typically spend on personal fireworks and donate it toward the public display instead. A contribution form is available for download HERE.

An event of this size cannot be done without the help and cooperation of many people. A special and sincere thank you is given to each of the volunteers who have donated their time in helping to plan and coordinate these events, go door to door in their effort to collect fireworks fund donations and to all our Shore Club members who have contributed financially, thank you for your support!

Have a Happy and Safe 4th of July.

Link Light Rail - Link the World

While Sea-Tac Airport is historically known as our region’s gateway to the world – the Sound Transit Plaza at the Angle Lake light rail station will transform into a portal opportunity to “Link the World” 

Link the World is the latest cultural event offered by the SeaTac City Parks and Recreation Department. The festival will feature music and present educational entertainment from the various corners of the world, a variety of area artists will display their creative works of art, and several local Food Innovation Network vendors will be offering affordable sample ethnic dishes for spectators to try! 
The event is free to attend. Free parking in the garage while space available on a first come basis, else get out and enjoy a short walk to the station located at 19955 28th Ave South. 

Bring a chair with you if you plan to stay for the entertainment. 

Off Lake Info: Elevator Outage

If you access the Sea-Tac airport terminal from the Sound Transit 176th Street ‘kiss-n-fly’ passenger drop-off, please note that the elevator at this location will be out of service for an extended period.

The elevator connecting International Boulevard and the SeaTac/Airport LINK station is in need of major repairs and will close June 17th for two months. The stairs will remain open. For those with accessibility needs, a shuttle will run between International Boulevard and S 176th St. and the Arrivals loop of the Airport door 8. 

Shuttle Info
  • Catch the shuttle at the bus stop adjacent to the elevator at IB and 176th and at the Arrival Terminal at door 8 on level 3. 
  • Get shuttle status updates or stop location information call 360-543-9380.
  • Note that priority access to the shuttle will be given to individuals and parties with mobility devices such as wheelchairs, walkers, and crutches.
  • The Shuttle will be operated fare-free.
Or you may instead choose to purchase a one-way trip departing from the Angle Lake station to arrive at the Airport Terminal.

The elevator is expected to resume service mid-August. Updates on this improvement project, when available, will be posted here.