Area Wildfire Notice and Information 

Emergency officials in Parkland are battling wildfire near Tomahawk, south and west of Seba Beach. (See Map attached)

The best source for information is or Parkland County’s Facebook and Twitter pages for updates.

WILDFIRE UPDATE (as of May 11 at 8:55 a.m. . - Source Parkland County)

The wildfire is Being Held at this time. The fire remains at 2220 hectares in size and is currently at 65% containment.

A special air quality statement is in effect for the areas around the fire. Smoke from a wildfire west of Tomahawk is causing poor air quality and reducing visibility in the area. Air quality is expected to improve later this morning, however, it may be poor at times again while the fire active. Individuals may experience symptoms such as increased coughing, throat irritation, headaches or shortness of breath. Children, seniors, and those with cardiovascular or lung disease, such as asthma, are especially at risk.

A State of Local Emergency is still in effect for Parkland County and the area remains the scene of an active and large wildfire. In the event that conditions change an Evacuation Order may be re-issued and the evacuation process will re-commence.

With thunderstorms coming this afternoon, they can bring unpredictable winds. If you are within the fire zone, and there is an active fire close to your home, call 911 and let them know you are in the fire zone. A fire crew will be sent to your location.

Roads within the area have been limited to local traffic only.

Avoid the area for your own personal safety and for the safety of our fire crews

If you require non-urgent assistance, the ESS line remains available 24/7 at 780-203-3258.

Seba Beach has not activiated its EOC, but Administration continues to monitor information to ensure action or activation is not required by the Village.  This page is periodically updated, however the best source for immediate information remains Parkland County.

Thank you

Martino Verhaeghe, CAO


Council News and Administrative Updates

Next Regular Meeting  of Council May 20, 2021 @ 6:30PM 

(The Agenda /Zoom Link will be posted by Tuesday prior to the meeting under the Council and Minutes Tab)

Resident Notices: 

A) The New Development Permit (Discretionary Use) has been issued for Construction of a 2nd Story on an existing Cabin at 229-1st Ave S.  Details can be found under the Planning and Development Tab. Update: This Permit has been appealed by an affected party and an appeal hearing has been established for May 3, 2021.

B) Fire Restriction: Fire hazard conditions are at a level where fires can start and grow quickly. No open burning fires or major burn operations are allowed. Safe fires in approved fire pits, burn barrels/incinerators with screens, as well as gas/propane stoves, barbeques and fire pits are allowed. Limited fire permits will be issued but may be suspended or cancelled at any time.. (updated April 27)

C) Due to the suspension of Fire Permits, the Seba Beach/Parkland Transfer Station will only be accepting brush until the disposal areas fill. Once bunkers fill brush can no longer be accepted until burn operations can continue safely.(April 7)

D) The Summer Village has sent property assessment notices to every property.  Those whom wish to view the Tax roll may do so under the Information tab of the Seba Beach Website.  The fina date to appeal your property value assessment is April 30. Tax notices are expected to be mailed May 7th, 2021

E) New Summer Jobs and Casual Work Board Posted under the Employment Opportunties Tab

Thank you

Martino Verhaeghe, CAO


Please see below for information regarding a Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Hearing to be held Monday May 3, 2021 @ 7:00 P.M. via Zoom meeting

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.

Thank you for visiting the SV of Seba Beach website. Please direct all website questions and comments by contacting us by clicking here or filling our our form by clicking here.


Covid-19 and Seba Beach

For COVID information and other health related questions please click here.


The state of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on municipalities continues to change on a daily basis.  As we navigate these challenging times, Municipal Affairs will continue to support and provide regular updates as they become available. At this time we are not in a position to address the recreation dock requirements for the season

Effective immediately, the Administration office for the Summer Village of Seba Beach will be closed to the public. Office staff will be available by phone at 780-797-3863 and/or email at

Council Meetings and Public Participation

Given the current situation regarding COVID - 19, Council meetings may be held via teleconference and Public viewing of meetings will be facilitated by a ZOOM link posted on the Seba Baach Webpage with the agenda for the meeting. Public engagement and delegations at Council meetings is limited to urgent and time sensitive matters and must be accepted by the CAO prior to the publishing of the agenda. If members of the general public are interested in participating as a delegation, please call the office at 780-797-3863.

We respectfuly request your patience as we work with our local, regional, provincial, federal and world stakeholders in mitigating this crisis.





The SEBA BEACH Public Library Closure has been extended by the Current Public Health Order applicable across Alberta, until further notice.  Pick up and Drop Off Services will be avalaible Tuesdays and Thursday during this time.

If there are any questions you may contact The Public Library via phone at: 780.797.3940 or Email:

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