Carol Moss-Seabury was elected to the City of Imperial Beach City Council at the November 8, 2022 Municipal Election, representing District One. Prior to being elected to the City Council, she spent four years actively working with the Sheriff’s Senior Volunteer Patrol Program.
Councilmember Seabury collaborated with the National Oceanographic Atmospheric Administration, on the flagship Oceanographer R-101 on a voyage across the Pacific. This unique opportunity allowed her to visit a multitude of Asian countries, including China. Docking this U.S. federal government ship into Shanghai, China for the first time in over 30 years.
Prior to the COVID pandemic Councilmember Seabury would dedicate hours weekly of her time along the Imperial Beach bay trail, cultivating the indigenous plants that were planted and eliminating the invasive unwelcomed species.
Councilmember Seabury values community involvement, volunteering in a variety of local events to include, parades, gardening and fishing tournaments, as well as providing support at the Imperial Beach Super Frog and other local triathlons. Her strong beliefs have landed her opportunities such as collaborating with a local muralist in town.
Councilmember Seabury sits as the representative for the City of Imperial Beach on the San Diego Association of Governments Bayshore Bikeway Working Group (primary), Chamber of Commerce Liaison (primary) and the San Diego Division, Cal Cities Board (primary). Additionally, she will serve for the City on the South County Economic Development Council (SCEDC) (alternate) and the Cal Cites, Coastal Cities Interest Group (alternate).
Seabury grew up in the City of Imperial Beach and was raised by her Navy-Father and Japanese immigrant mother as the fifth born of seven children.
She attended Imperial Beach Elementary, Mar Vista Junior High and is a graduate of Mar Vista High Class.
Seabury has two daughters. In addition to riding her bike around town, she enjoys spending time with her pets, and observing the flocks of birds that migrate through the city, and the changing of tides from her home.