WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Tree blocking SW Juneau stairway

(WSB photo)

With all the recent rain, the National Weather Service has a region-wide alert up about landslide risk – and here’s a reminder that the same conditions are perilous for trees, too. The one in our photo is blocking the SW Juneau stairway between Delridge and Puget Ridge [map], on the hillside just east of Louisa Boren STEM K-8, to/from 21st SW. We talked with an SDOT crew that was just about to leave after assessing the situation, and they told us it won’t be cleared today, because they don’t have a tree crew available.

6 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE WEATHER: Tree blocking SW Juneau stairway"

  • Jaylaw April 17, 2018 (7:51 am)

    “Don’t have a tree crew available?”  I have a chainsaw. Can get it taken care of in 10 minutes.  

    • Seattleite April 17, 2018 (12:04 pm)

      Dude, you also have a typical crap attitude… not everything in the world is as perfect as you are, Your Highness, but boy are we glad youre here to remind us. Now… take your chainsaw and go do something about it, or… STFU.

      • Jaylaw April 17, 2018 (5:43 pm)

        @Seattleite:  hey keyboard tough guy/girl, stop reading misery or haughtiness into my comment. I was offering to help clear the stairs so people can get to their bus stop and kids can get to school if the city can’t get to the job right away.  

        And stop with the “Dude” lingo. What are you, 12 years old? 

        Lol- STFU?  Must be 12.

  • beef April 17, 2018 (8:24 am)

    They were out there today, Tuesday, when I went by at 7:30.

    • WSB April 17, 2018 (9:21 am)

      Thank you for the update!

  • momosmom April 17, 2018 (6:07 pm)

    @Seattleite…WOW it sounds like you’re the one with the typical crap attitude. GEEZ take a chill pill.

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