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Request Auburn Police support at your next event

Requests will be taken to the earliest Auburn Board of Works and Safety meeting for consideration. The BOW meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 9:00am in the Auburn City Council Chambers. The requesting party is encouraged to attend the BOW Meeting to answer any questions the board members may have. If the requesting party does not attend the BOW meeting, they will be notified of the board's decision.

If you prefer to download and print the Event Request Form, click here (PDF).

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