Monthly Archive: October 2018

Say Yes! to a Green Lake Work Party Saturday, November 10th, 9AM to Noon

Thanks for coming to this month’s Work Party!
Date:  November 10th
Time:  9 to Noon
Meet:  East End of the Small Craft Center Docks, 5900 W Green Lake Way N (near the old Aqua Theater and the Pitch and Putt Golf Course) We will be grubbing out invasive Himalayan Blackberry canes on the west side of the lake to open a new area for planting next fall. Wear your grubbies, long sleeves and drizzle protection. Can you make it?
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You can also find information on Green Lake Stewards Work Parties on Friends of Green Lake Calendar any time.

Green Lake Park Users Helping the To Do List Get Done!

At the Friends of Green Lake (FOGL) meeting on January 26, 2016, FOGL was joined by several staff from the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation (SDPR).  At the conclusion of the meeting it was suggested by SDPR that FOGL prepare a list of items we felt should be addressed in the Park.

Alder tree growing between blocks of the shoreline wall on east shoreline.

The To Do List identifies issues or problems, provides location information if appropriate, and suggests possible corrective measures. Where possible, one or two photographs are included to illustrate the issue/problem.

Very high steps at West Beach

FOGL hopes that the “To Do” List will stimulate discussions about the needs of Green Lake Park and we hope to participate in these discussions. We expect other Park users will join in these discussions.

Lake Report – October 28, 2018

Secchi Depth: 2.8 Meters
Water Temp: 13.8 degrees C (56.84 degrees F)

Monitored at East Green Lake by Jeffrey Howard. The sample was taken from the T-dock near the Green Lake Community Center. The boat rental site is closed for the winter. I will continue sampling weekly from the same site.

Through a combination of efforts by volunteer lake monitors and King County staff, the King County Lake Stewardship Program analyzes data to track long-term water quality trends in small lakes in western King County, including Green Lake. To go to the King County Lake Information Page for Green Lake, click here. Choose “Green Lake-1”.