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Used Book Sale is Coming!

Used Book Sale is Coming!

We are still accepting book donations upstairs at the library, read our donation guide here before you donate. Volunteers are needed to man the book sale Friday and Saturday plus set up and take down. Sign up to help here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0A48AFAA2CA5F85-used2

National Heritage Area seeks grant applications

National Heritage Area seeks grant applications

The Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area is soliciting grants for 2016-2017. Some of the most popular grants this time of year are school field trip grants that provide transportation costs for classrooms visiting sites within the KMTA National Heritage Area. This year, kindergartners and middle school students from Seward […]

Town Hall Meeting District 29

Town Hall Meeting District 29

Town Hall Meeting Poster Seward 03-26-2016 Town Hall Meeting District 29 Saturday, March 26, 2016 3 pm – 5 pm Seward City Hall Council Chambers 410 Adams Street Please join in the discussion with: Representative Mike Chenault Questions: Representative Mike Chenault Kenai office 283-7223

Guest Author Chuck Sassara-Saturday 2 p.m. in the Library

Guest Author Chuck Sassara-Saturday 2 p.m. in the Library

Save the date! Chuck Sassara is coming to town. Resurrection Bay Historical Society (RBHS) and the Seward Community Library Association (SCLA), a.k.a. Friends of the Seward Library, are co-hosting guest author Chuck Sassara. Chuck came to Alaska via the Alcan highway in the mid 50’s and never looked back. Hear […]

Seward City Flag Contest

Seward City Flag Contest

Submitted by Linda Lasota. Did you know that the City of Seward has an official logo, but does not currently have an official city flag? On February 22, 2016, the Seward City Council passed a resolution in support of a public youth art contest, the winner of which will have […]

City Council's first biennial budget worksession, October 7, 2015. Heidi Zemach photo.

City ponders how to fill a $1.3 million GF shortfall

By Heidi Zemach for SCN- Just a few weeks ago, the City of Seward announced it had ended the 2014 fiscal calendar year in strong financial position, while also making substantial improvements to capital infrastructure.  The General Fund (GF), the city’s main operating fund, coming primarily from tax dollars, ended […]