West Seattle Christmas Lights: 2013 map, with additions ahead

December 15, 2013 at 7:05 pm | In West Seattle Christmas lights, West Seattle news | 4 Comments

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Since we’re going into prime Christmas-lights-viewing time, with a week and a half until the holiday itself, here’s the first version of our annual map. This is NOT all-inclusive – we know there are many more bright lights out there – but we’re short on time for driving around to look, so please keep sharing suggestions, and we’ll be adding more! This is now part of the WSB West Seattle Holiday Events/Info Guide, so you can find it there even if you lose track of this story on the main page (also bookmark our coverage archive: westseattleblog.com/category/west-seattle-christmas-lights). Tips and/or photos, editor@westseattleblog.com – thanks! (We expect to add a few later tonight after another scouting trip.)

8:50 PM: Back from checking out Fauntlee Hills, which usually has more than a few brightly lit homes, and indeed, you’ll find them again this year:

Concord and Trenton, north of Barton, are the key streets to see, and we’re adding them to the map.


  1. I love all the homeowners who do Christmas lights! Thanks for your creativity and high electric bill. Hope you all know how much joy you give us on these dark nights. If you hear a little honk, that’s me driving by and saying “thank you”.

    Comment by Mary OConnor — 10:03 pm December 15, 2013 #

  2. good timing for the map :)

    Comment by JoB — 7:37 am December 16, 2013 #

  3. I can not help but notice that the pattern created by the “light” displays on the map are a binary depiction of the exact DNA code of Ed Murray. Co-incidence or proof of a conspiracy involving Santa, Seattle City Light and the FAA?

    Comment by Cranky Westie — 9:28 am December 16, 2013 #

  4. I saw very bright and nice lights on 26th avenue SW, pretty much at 104th. A couple of nice houses in a row.

    Comment by Dean steada — 11:23 pm December 20, 2013 #

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