The new Village of Sebewaing logo is simple yet representative of our community. The blue upper part of the leaf represents the “crooked river” after which Sebewaing was named. The green lower part of the leaf represents our connection to nature—hunting, fishing, agriculture, and recreation. In addition, the color green is a reminder of the Villages efforts to recycle (“going green”).


"Thank you Sebewaing Village DPW for keeping Sebewaing environmentally clean and safe."

-Sebewaing Resident


What's New in sebewaing?

Main Park Restroom improvements are complete! (Click here to see the final product)

The Village of Sebewaing is continuing to collect tax deductible donations to support the Main Park Restroom Project as the restroom building is now complete!  Thank you to those who have already donated, to those who will be donating, and to anyone supporting this project in any way!

  • 03-07-17 -- As the weather is getting nice out and you start thinking about all of your spring projects, please don't forget to obtain a zoning and/or building permit for any projects inside the village limits that may require one!  For more information, please check our Building and Zoning Permit page by clicking here.
  • 8-30-16 -- As of September 5, 2016, all solicitors in the Village of Sebewaing will be required to have a signed permit to be obtained at the village office.  If a solicitor comes to a resident’s door, they must have a copy of the permit to present to the resident.  If a solicitor is unable to produce this permit, please call the Sebewaing Police at 989-883-2380.  This requirement was ordained by the Village of Sebewaing in Chapter 110: Solicitation.  To view a copy of the ordinance,click here.  For further information regarding the permit requirement, please call the Village Office at 989-883-2150.  

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Sebewaing is well known for its great walleye fishing, duck & pheasant hunting.

Sebewaing is the home to many farms  and agriculture driven businesses.

Sebewaing is blessed with four parks and two campgrounds on the Sebewaing River.

The Village of Sebewaing has a deep and rich history beginning in 1845.