Administrative Notices


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.

Summer Village of Seba Beach


No Fireworks Until Further Notice

The Summer Village of Seba Beach would like to advise all residents that until further notice, fireworks are NOT permitted and that all requests for permits will not be considered.

Due to the continuing lack of snow cover, and the long-term forecast of warm, dry, and windy conditions with no significant precipitation, we also ask all residents to avoid performing any major burning and consider alternatives this year, such as mulching, to lower the risk of spring holdover fires. This type of fire smolders during winter months without smoke or flames until dry grasses emerge and the spring winds fan the embers causing a wildfire. A wildfire can ignite easily and spread quickly under these conditions.

We expect these restrictions to extend into January/February 2024. Safe fires in fire pits are still allowed. Please check the Village website and for updates.

Thank you for your support in lowering our community’s risk of wildfire.


Please Update Your Address with the Village

Please Be Advised that 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


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.



Dog Waste

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.


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