​​​​What's New in sebewaing?​

  • Countryside Windows and Doors has an approved solicitation permit in the Village of Sebewaing
    Tuesday November 13 to November 16, 2018
    Hours 11:30 AM to 6:00 PM

    Leaves will be picked up October 8 through November 21, Monday through Friday 7AM - 3:30PM by the DPW. Leaves must be placed on the edge of the street in rows NOT PILES or they will not be picked up. Brush & grass clippings must be kept separate.

    Emterra Environmental USA (trash contractor) will also pick up bagged leaves on trash day. For the yard waste truck, leaves must be in a marked refuse container with an "X" or in kraft type brown paper bags, NO PLASTIC BAGS.


  • Village of Sebewaing  2018 Property taxes are now to be paid to the
    Huron County Treasurer
    Please call 1-989-269-9238 to get the amount you owe.

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

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



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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.  


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

-Sebewaing Resident


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


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


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”).