Welcome to the Summer Village of Seba Beach

 

The Summer Village of Seba Beach was incorporated August 2, 1920. The incorporation was published in the Alberta Gazette August 14th, 1920. The name Seba was chosen by the postal authorities when the post office was opened in July 1915. It is believed that the name was taken after Seba, one of the sons of Cush from Genesis 10:7 in the Bible. The name also appears in Psalm 72. The Village is located on the western end of Lake Wabamun (Cree word for White Whale Lake) 54 kilometers west of Edmonton.

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SEBA BEACH COUNCIL MEETINGS

Meetings are generally held on the 3rd Thursday of the month.

NEXT COUNCIL MEETING

Thursday September 19, 2019 at 6:30 pm

 

Road Bans

75% road ban year round.  
 

Waste Management

Solid waste pickup is every
Monday and Tuesday.

For information click here

 

FOOD BANK 

The Administration office is taking donations for the Food Bank 

 

SEBA RESIDENTS

The Summer Village of Seba Beach was Incorporated August 2, 1920. Seba Beach Council is loolking to form a committee to oversee the 100th Anniversary Celebration for the Summer Village. If you are interested please submit your name to the Seba Beach Administration Office Attention: Sue Evans, CAO

 

 

Parkland County and Summer Village of Seba Beach

Intermunicipal Development Plan and Intermunicipal

Collaboration Framework 

 

 

 

Seba Beach residents should be aware that there have been Lynx sightings within the summer village. Please ensure that all garbage is properly disposed of. Do not leave pet food or garbage outside. Thank you for your cooperation.

 

 

 

 

FOR INFORMATION ON SHORELINE MODIFICATION PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW

http://www.alberta.ca/lakeshores.aspx?utm_source=redirector

 

 

Visit  http://ucahelps.alberta.ca to compare electricity and gas prices in your area, view historical rates, or get help resolving utility related issues

 

Alberta Health Services has issued an advisory about the presence of toxic cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) for Wabamun Lake. Please click on the link below for more information.

http://www.albertahealthservices.ca/news/Page15184.aspx

SEBA BEACH MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Thanks to all who completed the MDP Survey. The draft Municipal Development Plan is now available for review.

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