Welcome to the Summer Village of
Seba Beach



Seba Beach is a Summer Village located 85 km (53 mi) west of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada. Local sites include The Seba Heritage Museum and Memory Wall, Wabamun Lake, a public library, and several businesses including two restaurants, a general store, a miniature golf course, a golf resort, and a recreational vehicle park. August long weekend is the annual Regatta at Seba Beach, which features a parade, a dance, foot races, fireworks, a beach volleyball tournament, and a cribbage tournament, among other events. During the summer and fall, there is a weekly farmers market on Saturdays.

Fish within the lake include northern pike, whitefish, walleye, and yellow perch.

Seba Announcements


Summer Village of Seba Beach
Regular Council Meeting

 


TBA
 

 

 


Beach Clean-Up & Plant Identification Event

When: Saturday June 1, 2024
What: Collected Aquatic Vegetation washed up on shore.
Drop Off: 1st Avenue or the nearest lake access road allowance.

As most residents are aware, the last few years have seen a large increase in aquatic vegetation accumulating on our shorelines. This can become unsightly and at times not very fragrant. Most folks have been diligent in removing these accumulations; some transporting it themselves to the compost area at the local transfer station, others piling it on 1st Avenue for Public Works to remove.

Depending on how much vegetation has been placed for pickup, the task can consume a couple of days each week. Unfortunately, our Public Works are not able to continue this on an ongoing basis. For that reason, the Summer Village of Seba Beach will be hosting Beach Clean Up Events to handle the aquatic vegetation, without taking away from regular critical Public Works duties.

On Monday and Tuesday, June 3rd and 4th, we will be hosting our first Beach Clean Up Event. Public Works or a contracted company will be picking up all aquatic vegetation from the Summer Village of Seba Beach. This will allow lakefront residents to utilize the weekend of June 1st and 2nd to clean up their beaches.

The collected aquatic vegetation can be placed on 1st Avenue, or the nearest lake access road allowance and it will be picked up from there. If we have a repeat invasion of aquatic material we will plan another cleanup event. All residents have or can get a Solid Waste Disposal Access Card and can transport this material themselves or as a group to the Seba Beach transfer station, outside of these Beach Clean-Up events.

Thanks,
Summer Village of Seba Beach


Plant Identification Workshop

When:       June 1st & June 8th at 12:30 PM
                    (Immediately after the Farmer’s Market.)

Where:     Seba Beach Pavilion,
                    505 - 1st Street South Seba Beach, AB

What:       This informal event will allow residents to identify
                    which local plants are noxious
or invasive, and what
                    to do with them!

We will walk as a group along the lake’s shoreline from the Pavilion to the Yacht Club, discussing the array of vegetation and weeds found there. A knowledgeable representative will lead this event, provide information, and answer questions.
We look forward to seeing you!

Thanks,
Summer Village of Seba Beach


Yard Debris Pickup

Due to the Fire Ban, the Seba Beach Transfer Station will only be taking brush and yard debris until this Saturday, April 27th.

Beginning next week, Seba Beach will no longer be able to pick up yard debris and brush. Public Works are working hard to collect as much yard debris as they can before it will no longer be taken, however, the main Transfer Station at Stony Plain will still be collecting brush until further notice. Please visit the Stony Plain Transfer Station's website for the most updated information. 

Thanks,
Summer Village of Seba Beach


Road Restriction Notice - Please reduce the use of 1st Avenue North

With the weather being mild, the ground is now thawing, turning 1st Avenue North into a real mess.
There are some very soft spots out there right now and Public Works has put pylons out to alert passers-by. 

Please be mindful of deliveries, except, of course, septic and water trucks as they are an essential service.

Thanks,
Summer Village of Seba Beach


LIVE EVENT! - Lake Stewardship Community of Practice Forum

WHERE:    Snow Valley Lodge, Edmonton, AB
WHEN:      May 29, 2024 at 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
INFO:         Lunch will be provided

Join the North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance (NSWA) and the Alberta Lake Management Society (ALMS)
for the Lake Stewardship Community of Practice Forum!

The objective of the Community of Practice is to connect, invigorate, and engage Alberta’s lake watershed stewards. The vision is for a province where lake stewards are present, respected, connected, and knowledgeable stakeholders who can undertake community-level action to enhance healthy lakes for Alberta’s future.

During this forum, there will be plenty of opportunities to connect with fellow stewards, community members, and knowledge experts to ask questions. The purpose of this forum is to ultimately advance solutions to lake watershed issues.

Some key items for the day include a panel discussion with prominent stewards, networking opportunities, educational booths, and breakout sessions that delve into noted topics.

*Lunch will be provided*
Please contact Kelsie Norton (
kelsie.norton@nswa.ab.ca) if you have any severe allergies or dietary restrictions that need to be met.

The day will end with an outdoor social at the Snow Valley Lodge - Can't wait to see you there!

Learn more about the Lake Stewardship Community of Practice: Click Here
Check out NSWA's Lake Stewardship Webpage: Click Here

Click the Button and Register for this Event today!


Yellowhead Regional Library - YRL 2023 Annual Report

Read the Yellowhead Regional Library's 2023 Annual Report today!
Don't forget to take advantage of the significant resource of knowledge in organized literature!


FireSmart Neighborhood Awareness Workshop

The recording of the FireSmart Neighborhood Awareness Workshop is now ready to be viewed!

Click the FireSmart button for more information on FireSmart!


FREE FireSmart Home Assessments

Parkland County is now offering FREE FireSmart Home Assessments to residents of Parkland County, including the Summer Village of Seba Beach, and other Summer Villages.

County residents can get a free FireSmart Home Assessment to learn how to protect their homes from wildfires. Each assessment takes about 45 minutes, and it's important that you're there too. 

Our FireSmart experts will:

1.     Tour the outside of your house and yard for things that increase your risk during a wildfire.

2.     Provide a customized report based on what they see with actions on how to reduce the risk of damage by wildfire.

3.     Share helpful tips to make your home less susceptible to wildfires.

If you've completed the suggested safety improvements in the report, you can ask for another assessment later if you wish.

Visit Parkland County - Free FireSmart Home Assessments for more information!

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