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Public Asked to Comment on Park’s Proposed Master Plan

The Auburn Parks and Recreation Department has developed a draft of its five-year master plan and would like the public’s input before it’s finalized. All feedback must be submitted by Feb. 19. Get Your Copy Visit the Parks page of the city website or click on the links below to download copies: Park master plan […]

Parks & Recreation Department Wants Your Feedback

In keeping with the Auburn Parks & Recreation Department’s ongoing commitment to provide quality parks and facilities, open spaces, natural areas, educational opportunities and services to enhance the well-being of the citizens of Auburn and surrounding areas, we are conducting a survey from June 15 – July 26. Your participation in this survey is vital […]

Customer Service Survey from the Department of Building, Planning & Development

By William J. Spohn, Administrator As the city department entrusted to oversee the development of the city, we play a large role in Auburn’s future growth. Primarily we issue, oversee and guide projects to completion by conducting building inspections, administering the local plan review process and serving as staff for both the Plan Commission and Board […]

Likelihood of combined sewer overflow greater in fall, spring

By Todd Sattison, Program Director of Water Pollution Control Auburn’s Water Pollution Control division—which includes a Class III Municipal Wastewater Treatment Facility and both separated and combined sewers—protects the health and well-being of the community and downstream users. While there are several measures in place to ensure clean and safe water, there are times when […]

Auburn Joins Next Century Cities to Promote Next-Gen Connectivity

Next-generation broadband is no longer an amenity for communities. It’s an absolute requirement for businesses to operate and stay competitive in our shrinking global marketplace. Yet, it’s not as commonplace as you may think. In fact, many communities are struggling to put the infrastructure in place like what we have in Auburn to deliver next-generation […]