I just bottled a beer today that I made with pilsner malt, a little carapils for head retention and US-05. I'm on my phone and don't have the recipe in front of me, but I used American hops and hit the higher end of the IBU range for a Bohemian Pilsner, so it's more hoppy than a Blonde Ale. I'm not sure what to call it, maybe an American Pilsner Ale (??). I fermented at 60-62, and although clean tasting, it's clearly an ale. I have the ability to lager, but I prefer ales. I wasn't trying to make a pseudo lager, just wanted a nice lite beer. It tastes promising so far.
Maybe you can check this out for some opinions on lager workarounds. It sounds like you could get away with using WLP810 to make a California Common type beer with the ambient temperatures you've got going on.