Our next ALM meeting will be at 7 pm on Thursday, June 7 at the Angle Lake Manor Park.

Welcome to the Angle Lake Manor Community Website.

We are sad to report former Angle Lake resident, Ruth Porter, passed away on April 4, 2018. Ruth was born in Seattle on May 27, 1926. At Seattle University she met and married a young Navy veteran, Robert J Porter. They were part of the Angle Lake community for many years, raising their family here. They had been married for 69 years at the time of her passing. Their son John is still part of the Angle Lake community, living just a few doors down from where Ruth and Bob raised their family.

Ruth's greatest love was her family. She is survived by her husband Bob and their children: John, Mike, Marilyn, Paula Porter Hopkins, and Rob Porter; 12 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Services will be held at 11 am, Thursday, April 19, 2018 at:
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church
15236 21st Ave, Burien, WA 98166

A reception will be held right after the service (from Noon to 1 pm), in the basement of the church. Following the reception, Ruth will be buried at Hilltop Cemetery in Kent, next to her daughter Kathleen Walker.

Condolence cards can be sent to Bob Porter at 1829 SW 146th St., Burien, WA. 98166.

For more information, please visit
Ruth's Obituary

ALM Neighborhood Walkalong with SeaTac Police Chief Lisa K. Mulligan

Angle Lake Manor is a unique community consisting of about 125 homes, located on the North side of Angle Lake, in the City of SeaTac. Each household has an equal and undivided interest in the community Beach lot on South 194th St. The community beach lot provides private access to Angle Lake, restrooms, and a floating dock in the swimming area.

Few communities anywhere have maintained the impressive number of annual events, and active Community Club for 50+ consecutive years as Angle Lake Manor Community Club has done.

Angle Lake itself is a natural lake, approximately 100 acres in size, and among the cleanest lakes in all of King County. Fishing is permitted year round, and the lake is home to resident Bald Eagles, and other wildlife.

This community website can be a useful resource for our residents, and a living source for information and news. Please explore the website, and take advantage of the many resources available here.

To obtain keys to the beach lot and pay your dues, please call our Treasurer, Bob Simmons at (360) 747-3773 or email him at almcc.treasurer@gmail.com.

The King County lake data crew has a nice set of plots of the data we submit on our lake and the same for the othe lakes in the program. Here is a link so you can compare recent years from the plots or from the data. Click here

This is a community website. Residents are encouraged to submit their ideas, and content for publication. Simply send your articles, letters, digital photos or questions to any club officer . . . . right here on the website.