Angle Lake Manor (ALM)|
The ALM is a Homeowners Club of the 124 homes that share ownership of the Private Angle Lake
Manor Beach Lot at 3417 S. 194th. Homes included are all homes on the South side of S 192nd
and all homes between there and the lake from the Angle Lake Park to 39th Ave S.
Bi-Monthly meetings are open to all ALM homeowners or tenants. They are usually on the
second Thursday of the month, and are held at the
beach lot in the summer months. There are many volunteer opportunities, and we invite
you to join in and become a part of the energy,
fun and responsibility we share in this close-knit and caring community.
At the meetings we discuss our Neighborhood Watch program, the use and maintenance of
our beach lot, and four major events run by ALM:
1) The Fourth of July Kiddie Parade & ice cream social with live music
2) The National Night Out Against Crime potluck in August
3) The Holiday Party, Potluck and White Elephant gift exchange in December
4) The annual yard sale on Memorial Day and/or Labor Day weekends
Dues are $40 a year to support maintenance of the beach lot and organization. One key to the beach lot is
given to all paid members. Replacement keys cost $20. Rules are posted at the entrance. Important to note
is the covenant forbidding public access to the beach lot. ALM ownership of the lot will return to the
developer, if non-members are allowed to access it without a member present.
Flyers delivered door to door are an occasional mode of communication. But we prefer to
communicate through email and short text reminders. We have established a phone tree to reach
residents quickly in case of emergency. You can check this website for meeting
location and date as well as history, event photos, covenants, and all pertinent documents.
Please make sure we have your email address so we can email announcements and newsletters.
Send your name, phone number, home address and email address to Bob Simmons at
Questions can be directed to the President and (jokingly annointed) Queen of the ALM,
Tani Rae Standridge, (206) 300-5740.
A group of women often swim together in the summer. To join search for the Facebook group Angle Lake
Swimmin Women or text Tani Rae 206-300-5740.
The ALM Facebook group for general news is Facebook
Angle Lake Manor Group.
Angle Lake Shore Club (ALSC)
The ALSC is a social organization for lake and non-lake dwellers alike. Their mission is
to build a stronger community providing unique events year round for residents living on
and around the lake."
The ALSC welcomes new neighbors with a welcome packet of information. If
you are new or know someone who is, please contact Marge Murtha (206) 557-4641.
The ALSC helps neighbors stay informed about local concerns and activities through the ALSC
Blog and emailed Newsletters.
The ALSC blog is at
http://anglelakesc.blogspot.com. Follow the Facebook Community page at
Dues are only $20 per household or $10 for individuals. To join the ALSC fill out the form
in this link:
Membership gives you access to year round ALSC planned activities like the ones listed below and
Dues are $20 per household or $10 for individuals. To join, fill out the form in
Membership gives you access to year-round ALSC planned activities like the ones listed
below and dock visits by the Easter Bunny, Santa and Halloween characters.):
1) Polar Bear Plunge - January 1
2) Fishing Derby - Sunday in April or May: Buy a $5 rafle ticket for access to the derby
and lunch. Dozens of prizes to win from raffle tickets and from type and size of fish.
3) Swim and Boat Races, Round the Lake Run, Fireworks Show - July 4
4) Tasty Tapas - August $30*: a roving dinner party by boat around the lake.
5) Members Only Holiday Party - December $35*: A gala evening with catered food.
* Please note: Quoted costs may change. Updated June 2022.
Angle Lake is an "L" shaped natural lake, approximately 100 acres in size, and up to
50 feet deep in places. It
is among the cleanest lakes in all of King County. Fishing (Rainbow Trout, Largemouth
Bass, Black Crappie,
Yellow Perch & Kokanee) is permitted year round, and the lake is home to resident bald
ducks and other wildlife.
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 other
lakes in the program. Here is a link so you can compare recent years from the plots or
from the data.
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