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City of Auburn / Government

Government

As the county seat of DeKalb County, Auburn is governed by an elected mayor, seven-member common council and three-member board of public works and safety officials.

Mayor Norman E. Yoder

Mayor Norman E. Yoder serves as the chief executive of the city, overseeing all city departments; seeking and administering local, state and federal grants; and overseeing all city projects. The mayor is elected to a four-year term by the citizens of Auburn.

Common Council

The Common Council serves as the legislative branch of Auburn's city government, appropriating city funds and passing ordinances and laws. The council's overarching mission is to use the financial and human resources available to provide services to residents. Five members of the common council are elected from individual districts and two are elected at-large.

Board of Works

The Board of Works conduct the day-to-day business of running the city government in Auburn. They oversee the development and implementation of programs from all city departments, including police, fire, street and utilities.

 
 
Alerts

Alerts

Taxpayers have the ability to view budget notices in one central online location at BudgetNotices.IN.Gov. A new email subscription option is provided to taxpayers to stay informed of submissions by their local units. Taxpayers will be able to view all local government units in DeKalb county, search by their address, or use an interactive map tool. This website has been designed to promote the importance of budget notices and the role that they play in the daily lives of Indiana taxpayers. Taxpayers that do not have Internet access or have difficulties with the website may contact the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance at (888) 739-9826 and request a paper copy of the notices for their local government units.


 

Mayor's Corner

November 3, 2017
When Martin McCoy applied to be a police officer at the Auburn Police Department, he was one of 126 applicants for a single position. The APD obviously made the right choice—McCoy has been serving Auburn for nearly 25 years, with the last 17 as Chie…
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News

November 15, 2017
The source of Auburn’s drinking water is groundwater produced from wells located in our community. To help protect the underground aquifer and the water supply wells from contamination, the City of Auburn continues to implement the Wellhead Protecti…
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