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
City of Seward
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 […]
The recent storm dumping more than two to three feet of snow in the Seward area boat owners need to be aware and take action. If you own a boat in the Seward Harbor you should have it shoveled off soon. The current forecast states that it will warm up […]
This annual award recognizes local preservation efforts and encourages community understanding and appreciation of Seward’s history. For over 100 years, many Seward citizens have enriched our sense of place and community. Without the hard work and civic pride of those that came before us, Seward would not be the exemplary […]
The 2017 Urbach’s Youth Basketball League kicks off Saturday, Feb 4th! SPRD is recruiting volunteer coaches and officials. Please let either Melanie or Austin know if you are interested. We would really appreciate your help for this fun league.
The City of Seward Public Works Department would like to remind residents the chances of water pipes freezing are higher during cold weather conditions. If you have had freezing problems in the past, streaming cold water about the diameter of a pencil can help prevent water lines from freezing.
The Seward Teen and Youth Center is hosting a Kids Carnival on Polar Bear Jump Day. January 28th from 2-4pm at AVTEC Gym. There will be 20+ games for kids ages 1-8yrs old. Prizes for every game. A great way to spend the cold afternoon. Tickets cost .50 each and […]
Each year since 1973 the Seward International Friendship Association (SIFA) has assisted the City of Seward to coordinate a summer exchange program for high school students with our sister city of Obihiro, Japan. Now SIFA is in need of new members and people willing to take on leadership roles in […]
What would Seward be like in a world where society has lost its grip? Stephane Desienne, a French science fiction writer, has written a new book exploring this question. Amidst the dystopia, a giant floating city appears. The mysterious metropolis anchors in the middle of Resurrection Bay. If you would […]
The Seward Community Library & Museum is excited to present the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program. It’s as simple as it sounds—make a goal to read 1,000 books to your child before Kindergarten. This program has been launched in libraries across the country as an effort to increase the development […]
We only have EIGHT more DVSA calendars to ring in the new year! Call 224-5257 or stop by SeaView’s front desk to pick up your copy. $10 each, cash or check. Thank you for supporting this local cause!! Sam Foist-Swart, MA, MSW
Join us on Saturday, February 11th, for a HAT PARTY. Don your best hat and head to the Seward Community Library & Museum for an exciting day celebrating our favorite headwear. Doors open at 11:00AM for a hatful of fun. The movie Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost […]
Seward DMV will be closed next week Mon, Tues, and Wed (Jan 9, 10, & 11) for training.
The City of Seward is hiring a Maintenance Mechanic/Operator. This is a regular, full-time position with benefits; starting pay is $21.51/hr. This position is responsible for performing skilled work in the mechanical repair, and maintenance and operation of a variety of gasoline and diesel powered vehicles, pumps, generator, and to […]
Join us for Community Book Club on Tuesday, January 10, at 6:30 PM in the upstairs meeting room at the Seward Community Library & Museum. We will discuss The Sex Lives of Cannibals: Adrift in the Equatorial Pacific by J. Maarten Troost. This is 2004 travelogue describes the two years the […]
On Friday Dec 16th, the police department held our annual Christmas Party/Awards Banquet. 2016 Police Officer of the Year, for an officer who distinguished themselves by actions which represent the highest standards of the police profession – Officer Morgan Woodard 2016 Correctional Officer of the Year, for exceptional leadership skills […]
Sports and Recreation at the AVTEC Gym will be closed Dec 24th – Jan 1st for Maintenance and Cleaning. Happy Holidays! Adult Basketball League End of Season Tournament Adult Basketball League is over – Great turn-out of fans! Congratulations to Miss Melody for claiming the 1st place trophy. 2nd […]
Submitted by Rissie Casagranda – TONIGHT– December 13th @ 6PM Seward Annex Building!!! (kitty- corner from city hall) SEWARD COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OPEN HOUSE MEETING!!!!!!! Tonight is your opportunity to be heard! All you have ever dreamt Seward to be, all you could hope Seward to become- this is your opportunity […]
By Kelly Lane for Seward City News – When I walked into City Hall on Monday evening, the entryway and hallway were packed full of Seward High School students. In talking with a few young men, I learned that the government class was in attendance as part of an assignment […]