Do you have your book in hand yet? Read the book already? We are getting ready for the Community Book Read event with author Kristin Hannah calling in to discuss her best seller, The Nightingale. Limited books are available at the library front desk, or on the library catalog. “Named […]
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Sports and Recreation schedule: Free gym walking in the gym is from 9:30 am to 11 am. Indoor Park is offered Tue – Fri: 11 am to 12 noon. Roller skating is Saturdays from 2 to 3:30pm Rock Wall is every Friday from 5 to 7pm Dodgeball at the AVTEC […]
The February 18, 2017 Historic Preservation Commission Work Session has been canceled and rescheduled to March 4, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. The Work Session location is in the Council Chambers. All interested persons are invited to attend. The work session topic is the Historic Preservation Plan.
Seward residents please use caution this weekend! Please drive slowly and be aware of reduced visibility around town as crews continue to remove snow. Boat owners – please ensure your boat is shoveled off. Call the Harbormaster’s Office for a boat watch list, 907-224-3138. Please monitor your roofs and check […]
ATTENTION ALL Boat Owners we have had over 2ft of snow in Seward overnight and it is still snowing. Boat owners need to be aware and take action your boat may need to be shoveled. Do you have a Boat watch? The Seward Boat Harbor suggests that you always have […]
Last night’s City Council meeting was one of the briefer that I’ve attended. It was straight to business and proceeded quickly through the agenda. The meeting was attended by Council Members: Bardarson, Keil, Casagranda, Squires, McClure and Altermatt. Council Member Slater was out of town. In attendance were also the […]
Submitted by Johanna Kinney, City Clerk: City of Seward has been notified that the Seward airport is closed for the next 48 hours. After this period of time, conditions will be reassessed to determine if it is safe to reopen.
City of Seward Public Notice February 13, 2017 3:30 p.m. Seward Public Works Crews are working to keep Lowell Point Road open after several rock slides that have occurred. At this point, it is open to one lane traffic and crews hope to widen it to two lanes. Be advised they […]
Linda Corbin told Seward City News the following story about a random act of kindness at the grocery store: When I begin to think about moving away from Seward, it seems like something extraordinary happens. Today, while in Safeway and checking out, I discovered that I had forgotten my wallet. […]
Reminder of snow removal on Third Avenue Tuesday! Please drive on Second and Fourth Avenues if you can while crews work to remove snow on Third.
Kristin Hannah will be calling in to discuss her book, The Nightingale! Join us at the Seward Community Library on Saturday, March 4th, 2017. Get your book and start reading today! Available through the Joint Library Catalog and some copies are available for free from the Friends of the Seward […]
Preparing and Caring for your Senior Pet Saturday, Feb 4th, 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm Seward Community Library Though our pets age quicker than humans, they are really good at being young at heart. Sometimes a pet can show subtle signs of being uncomfortable or even ill as they get […]
Stop by the Seward Community Library & Museum on Friday, February 17th and Saturday, February 18th between noon and 4:00PM for a craft at the museum kitchen table. Learn your name in Morse Code and make a cool Morse Code Bracelet. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (907) 224-4082.
Council Chamber was packed at the January 23 City Council meeting. Chairs had to be set up and some people stood. At the beginning of the meeting during Citizen’s Comments, three people spoke in support of Marc Swanson and Heather McClain, the recipients of the 2016 Historic Preservation Award. Heather, […]
January 25, 2017 at 12:30 p.m. City crews continue to dig out massive amounts in snow in the downtown and harbor areas. As crews complete plowing main service roads, they will be able to start clearing the residential streets. All systems are functioning and long hours continue. Please drive carefully […]
By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – Monday night’s City Council meeting was preceded by a 6:30 pm special session to pass a resolution declaring a State of Disaster Emergency due to extreme weather and heavy snow in the City of Seward. The resolution was discussed among Council members, […]
Submitted by City of Seward- January 24, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. Last night in a special meeting, the Seward City Council approved Resolution 2017-009 which ratified the City Manager’s Declaration of a State of Disaster Emergency due to extreme weather and heavy snow in the City of Seward. This resolution requests […]
Submitted by Seward Fire Chief Eddie Athey – Additional information on snow loads can be found by following this link to the FEMA Snow Load Safety Guide….. https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/7d8c55d1c4f815edf3d7e7d1c120383f/FEMA957_Snowload_508.pdf
Submitted by the City Clerk, City of Seward – On January 21, 2017 at 11:00AM, the City of Seward declared a State of Emergency for our community due to record heavy snow in Seward. The City is managing the road situation as well as it can and has cleared emergency […]
A note from your friendly building inspector. Please pay attention to your roofs and decks in the next couple of days. Right now the snow is nice and easy to shovel but with rain and more snow in the forecast it will get heavy and put additional stress on your […]