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Happy Holidays from the the City of Auburn!

City Hall will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 20th 

Due to the observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day the City Commission meeting has been scheduled for 
Monday, January 13, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall 

January 13, 2020 Agenda

 
 
Click here to view or pay water, sewer and property taxes
 

 
If you have any events you would like to add, please submit them to the City Clerk for review. Email:clerk@auburnmi.org
 

2020 Festival of Banners

For the 5th year the Auburn DDA will be supporting the Auburn Festival of Banners!  We have about 60 banner posts along Midland Rd in the Auburn city limits to help us showcase the talent in our community. Submissions will be judged on design and theme content. This year's theme is "School Pride/Spirit"

School pride/spirit is an essential part of a successful school. It makes a student part of the school. It is MORE than just sports, so we are encouraging you to find other creative ways to show this. 

There is no charge to enter your artwork! Print out a copy of the submission form for the details and get drawing/painting/coloring. Entries are due by 4 p.m. on April 3, 2020.

ATTENTION BUSINESSES and ORGANIZATIONS - You are welcome to participate. Entries need to be hand drawn/painted in an artistic fashion and relate to the theme.

TIPS: 

  • Keep your design to a max of 9" x 17" (anything larger is unable to be scanned and may result in parts of your design being cut off).
  • Print your name and school or contact information on the back of your artwork in case it gets separated from your submission form. (We'll do our best to return the original artwork). If you have artwork from a previous year we may still have it. Inquire with Stacy at City Hall.
  • Small words and images do not reproduce well on banners. (Detail work is fine for more experienced artists).
  • Use contrasting colors to help your image pop!
  • Keep it appropriate. Anything deemed inappropriate will not be considered for reproduction.

Submission Form



 

Park Rentals will begin for residents of Auburn & Williams Township for the 2020 calendar year, beginning on Monday, December 2, 2019. You will need to enter City Hall at the meeting room doors to sign in. You must be present when called to complete the reservation process.

Non-residents may begin making reservations Monday, December 16th. 

Rental fees are due by cash or check at the time the reservation is booked. Dates will not be held for inquiries over the phone or by email. There is a limit of 2 reservations per household. 

It is important to note that there are two (2) different rental spaces available at Auburn Park. The Auburn Park Pavilion is the first building as you drive down Jaycee Drive and looks out to the Amaize Place playground. The Farmers Market Pavilion is the new building (attached to the basketball courts/ice rink) and looks out to the pond. It is a smaller space (about 50-55 people), but works great for smaller events and meetings. Although our community organizations try to reserve their events early on, sometimes opportunities arise and arrangements are made to use the facilities at Auburn Park after the public has begun reserving time. If you do not want any other events at the park facilities during your event, you will need to reserve all available spaces. If you require additional time for set up or clean up, you will need to reserve the additional time. Early entry can no longer be granted without a reservation. 

Auburn Park Pavilion Rental Agreement

Farmers Market Pavilion Rental Agreement

 



Leaf Collection and Brush Chipping have ended for the season. For tentative schedules and guidelines for next season, please check out the Roadside Collection (Brush/Leaves) section of our website. 

 

 
 
 
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