Council News and Administrative Updates

Next Regular Meeting of Council will be following teh Election - No later than July 28th 

Resident Notices: 

A) Tax Notices have been mailed and Payment is due before June 30 to avoid penalties.

B) Council has passed a resolution to have an advance Poll.  The advance poll will be July 2 at the pavilion between 3pm -7pm.

C) The Seba BeachPublic Washrooms have been closed due to prohibitive cost of meeting enhanced cleaning requirments.  Seba Beach is glad to inform residents that these facilities will be opened on July 1 in accordance with the Alberta Open for Summer Plan announced by the Premier earlier Friday.  Bathrooms will be open fro 8 am - dusk (~9:30), and cleaning will occur during the week by Town staff.  We thank you for your patience and ask that people treat the faciltiies with respect so that they can continue to remain open for the entire summer.

D) Reminder:  Fireworks are prohibited except with a permit which will only be issued for 3 days of the year in both Parkland County and Seba Beach.  Fines range between $500 to $5,000 and additional RCMP policing has been contracted with instruction to enforce and fine offenders. Residents that are disturbed by fireworks should document and report observed offenses and friendly neighbors may want to remind each other of this restriction.

E) Seba Beach is participating in the AHS water monitoring program.  This is to ensure we can address issues leading towards environmental degradation and prevent or mitigate the potential for further Blue-Green Algae blooms and other impacts on our enjoyment of the lake.  We encourage residents to remind each other that we are a Fertilizer and Herbicide free community and that the future of our lake (and this community) is dependant on everyone.

F) The Seba Beach will be having contracted services attend June 21 & 22 to clean and groom the Pavilion Beach front to ensure the public beach is open before the Canada Day Opening of public areas and faciltiies annouced by the Province of Alberta.

Thank you

Martino Verhaeghe, B.Sc. CMML, RRP/MCIP

Chief Administrative Officer

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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The 2021 Election is July 10 at the Seba Beach Pavilion (505 1st AVE) 10AM - 7PM

The Advance Poll will occur July 2 at the Seba Beach Pavilion (505 1st AVE) 3PM - 7PM

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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