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Visitors

Welcome to the City of Auburn! We hope your experience here is an enjoyable one. We invite you to walk our scenic streets...visit our retail and restaurant establishments... take in our parks, museums and cultural events... and simply experience for yourself why Auburn is such a unique and special place.

Proudly known as the "Home of the Classics" for our pioneering role in the early automotive industry, we've also made a name for ourselves today as a forward-thinking city where community and commerce thrive. In fact, we are one of the few cities in the United States to offer a community-owned infrastructure to manage the distribution of electricity—at the lowest rate in the state. It's this type of ingenuity and innovative development that makes Auburn a destination for businesses, families and visitors alike.

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Mayor's Corner

June 3, 2019
By Chris Schweitzer, General Manager, AES With Dave Vanderbosch, Garrett Electric Superintendent Auburn Essential Services (AES) and the City of Garrett are expanding their partnership once again—with a fiber to the home (FTTH) pilot being launched …
September 22, 2017
By Norman Yoder, Mayor of Auburn There’s been a lot of discussion about the Auburn Community Pool especially after it was announced that this past summer was its last one of operation. Many want the city to keep the pool open. I understand those sen…
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January 31, 2019
Auburn Essential Services (AES) is joining Auburn Main Street (AMS) in helping the community form connections and make memories during “We Love Auburn” month. This year, AES is sponsoring a synthetic ice rink that will be available Feb. 9-10 f…
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  • June 17, 2019
    ANNOUNCEMENT: Although Wayne St and Auburn Dr will have some closures this week, all area businesses remain open.
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