Docks, Piers & Wharfs
Mooring Disturbance Standard
Effective immediately, a Temporary Field Authorization (TFA) will be required for placing a mooring structure for personal recreational use in Crown-owned bed and shore, for longer than 14 days.
Mooring structures include: Docks / Piers
Mooring Anchors for Buoys
Boatlifts and Shelters
Swimming Rafts and Wharves
User Guide For Dock Authorizations - April 2021.pdf
Application For Dock Authorizations - Application Form.pdf
Mooring Disturbance Standard Waterfront and Semi-Waterfront Property Owners - April 2021.pdf
Mooring Disturbance Standard Shared Docks Fact Sheet - April 2021.pdf
Mooring Disturbance Standard Moorage Allowance Infographic 2021.pdf
Mooring Disturbance Standard Back Lot Property Owners Fact Sheet - April 2021.pdf
Disturbance Standard Temporary Seasonal Docks Mooring Structures - April 2021.pdf
Contact List for Dock Authorizations.pdf
For more information contact:
Chris Vierath, RPFT
Senior Lands Officer
Alberta Environment and Parks
780.778.7108 - email@example.com
Please Update Your Address with the Village
Please Be Advised;
It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that the Summer Village of Seba Beach has your current contact and mailing address. Due to a rise in mail being returned to the Summer Village, we ask that you take a moment to contact the Village Office and update your file.
We thank you for your cooperation.
Summer Village of Seba Beach
Phone: 780.797.3863 Fax: 587.305.0103
Mailing Address: Box 190, Seba Beach, Alberta, T0E 2B0
Reduce the Usage of 1st Avenue North
Due to a substantial road breakup, we are asking that all heavy trucks (including water and sewer) reduce the usage of 1st Avenue North, east of Range Road 55A (Lot 851) until Sunday, April 30, 2023.
If it is an emergency situation, please use extreme caution.
We thank you for your cooperation.
- Village Administration
The largest enforcement costs to the Summer Village of Seba Beach are issues related to dogs.
We realize that pets are an important part of any family and we want to extend our sincere thanks to pet owners who are considerate of their neighbors and community! Being a respectful dog owner in Seba Beach means cleaning up after your pets and abiding by the Village’s Dog Bylaw.
Your Feedback Counts!
We would like to sincerely thank all residents that took the time to submit input, in person and in writing, and also joined us at the Public Hearing on April 18, 2023, for Bylaw No. 01-2023 which was to amend Section 23(3) Temporary Living Accommodations in Land Use Bylaw No. 2-2008. There were 64 people in attendance with another 22 joining the meeting via Zoom.
Council has taken some time to reflect upon the Public Hearing which is summarized by Mayor MacPhee.
Following the Public Hearing, it is apparent the process worked. To initially begin the process, Council had feedback from residents and directed Administration to come back with a draft Bylaw amendment addressing the parameters that were given. Council and Administration amended the draft to something they thought might work for the community or at least be a start for discussions. A notification was sent to all residents (not just an ad in the local paper) as we wanted feedback from all residents.
We received your feedback and it is appreciated.
If you would like to read Mayor MacPhee’s full address to Seba Beach:
Public Letter from Mayor, Rick McPhee.doc • 4KB
Once again, Council and Administration would like to thank all residents.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
The Village of Seba Beach has completed the installation of two electric vehicle charging stations (EVCS), located outside the Municipal Building on 140-3rd Street.
These chargers were generously funded by the Alberta Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC) and are available for public use.
Special thanks to who championed this project, and to Sustainable Projects Group (SPG) who supported the installation and funding application for the chargers.