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Oct. 31 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Planning Commission

Nov 15, 2016, 7pm

City Hall Meeting Room


Notice of Hydrant Flushing

Monday - Friday from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm 

starting Monday, October 10, 2016

As part of the City of Auburn's maintenance program, the Department of Public Works is preparing to perform a comprehensive flushing of the water system using the fire hydrants. The Hydrant Flushing Program is necessary to maintain adequate water quality and to ensure the proper functioning of the distribution system.

You may experience lower quality water pressure and discolored water during this maintenance work. It is recommended that Residents let their water run for a few minutes, until it clears up, prior to drinking or doing laundry. If the water does not clear or water pressure does not return to normal after one hour, call the Dept. of Public Works at (989) 662-7275 and a City representative shall be dispatched to your location. In addition, if you see water department personnel in your area, please refrain from using excessive amounts of water for a one hour period. 

Notice of City of Auburn Planning Commission Date Change

Notice is hereby given that the City of Auburn Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, 113 E. Elm Street, Auburn, MI 48611, has been changed to Tuesday, November 2, 2016 at the same time and location.


Photo provided Auburn Mayor Lee Kilbourn, left, and Baraga Village President Wendell Dompier shake hands after being elected president and vice president, respectively, of the Michigan Association of Mayors.

Auburn mayor elected president of Michigan Association of Mayors

Jon Becker, for the Daily News Published 9:19 am, Friday, September 30, 2016

New Blight Ordinance and Brush Chipping Policy

 The U.S. Supreme Court has denied the request for consideration in the State's Attorney General's straight-ticket voting case, meaning the straight-ticket voting option will appear on Michigan's November 8, 2016 general election ballot. 
You will be able to check a single box on the ballot to cast your vote for a particular party (straight-ticket voting) or you may select individual candidates regardless of party affiliation. 
  General Election:
November 8, 2016


 Don't let obstacles stop you from voting!

Are you expecting to be out of town on election day? Are you physically unable to attend the polls? Will you be 60 years of age or older? These and other reasons might make you eligible to vote by absentee ballot. 

It's easy to request an absentee ballot. Complete an application online HERE and return it to City Hall at 113 E. Elm or call the City Clerk at (989) 662-6761 to request a copy. Make sure your application is complete and return it to City Hall. Ballots will be mailed to you when they become available or after your application is processed. Call, stop in, or email if you have any questions.

Festival of Banners

Auburn DDA with the help of Mayor Kilbourn and City Personnel have made the final choices on the banners that will be displayed on the light poles along Midland Road from May to November. This festival is designed to help beautify our city and to showcase the art talent in our community. The theme is: What we love about Michigan

Check back soon for highlights of some of the banners that were chosen.

It would not be possible to put on the Festival of Banners without the support of the Auburn DDA.


The City of Auburn is an equal opportunity employer and provider