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Can Emergency Responders Find You?

By Michael VanZile, Fire Chief, Auburn Fire Department Every second counts during an emergency. And, more often than you’d think, when Auburn firefighters, police officers and EMS personnel are responding to emergencies, they are slowed down because they are having a difficult time finding the right address. As you can imagine, valuable time can be […]

2018: A Year of Revitalization

By Norm Yoder, Mayor, City of Auburn If one word were to sum up Auburn in 2018, I think it would be revitalization. Throughout the city, we strived to bring new life and vitality. This was most visible with the Sixth and Main Street Revitalization Project. This project, funded in part by a $500,000 grant […]

Making it a safe winter

By Martin McCoy, Chief of Police With what seems to be the early arrival of winter weather the Auburn Police Department would like to remind all citizens of several safety tips to practice during the winter season. We encourage all citizens to prepare, pre-plan, stay alert, slow down and stay in control. Sidewalks Snow and […]

Committed to the Community

By Chief Martin McCoy, Auburn Police Department After 20 years in public service, I’m convinced that effective community policing depends on strong relationships. Police officers need to know their community well. Likewise, they need to be known by residents and business owners. Starting this month, we’re launching a new program to integrate officers into the […]