(Seals off the western WS shore this morning, photo by J&R)
Besides the chill in the air, another sign of fall: One night, five community meetings. They are among the highlights on the WSB West Seattle Events Calendar:
TONIGHT’S TRAFFIC ALERT: Another southbound overnight closure of 99/Alaskan Way Viaduct.
‘SCHOOL YOUR PARENTS’: Students, parents, and caregivers are all invited to the High Point Library (35th/Raymond) 4-7 pm to find out how it can play into school-year success as well as family fun. The calendar listing has details.
FIDO MAKES A SPLASH: Again today (and daily through Saturday), Arbor Heights Swim and Tennis Club opens its pool to dogs only, since human-swimming season is over. 5-7 pm. Details here.
CITY HEARING ON LOWMAN BEACH SEWER-OVERFLOW PROJECT: The million-gallon tank planned across the street from Lowman Beach Park is a county project, but it can’t proceed without city permits. Before deciding on those permits, the city Department of Planning and Development has a hearing tonight to take public comments. 6:30 pm, The Hall at Fauntleroy (9131 California SW). Here’s the official notice, which notes that you can provide your comments by spoken or written word.
DESC DELRIDGE SUPPORTIVE HOUSING ADVISORY GROUP: Concerned about safety, once the 66-unit housing complex is up and running? That’s on the agenda tonight, along with updates on when construction will begin, and the retail space expected to be occupied by the Delridge Produce Cooperative. 6:30 pm at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center (4408 Delridge Way SW).
ADMIRAL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: Live in the Admiral area? Come meet your community council and see what’s ahead for fall – 7 pm, Admiral Church lower-level meeting room (California/Hill).
FAUNTLEROY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: Monthly board meeting, including a look ahead to the 10th annual Fauntleroy Fall Festival (October 14th). 7 pm, Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (9131 California SW).