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City Commission Meeting

May 9, 2016, 7p.m.

City Hall Meeting Room

 
 

Auburn-Williams Community Recycling Day!

UPDATED on April 18, 2016

Please share with your friends & neighbors:

A-W Community Recycle Day is this Saturday!

When: April 23
Time: 9am - 1pm
Where: Auburn Park

Due to circumstances beyond our control, there will not be a shredder, but paper of all types is accepted.

We can accept paint cans; expired prescription drugs; small electronics; rechargeable batteries, styrofoam, plastics #1-6, metal, altoid-type tins, glass, auto and marine batteries; corks; juice pouches; and ink jet cartridges (for a small fee)

We are not accepting tires or hazardous waste. Bay County will accept those on June 4th.


Auburn Park Pavilion & Building Now Open for Rentals

Auburn City Park, located at 435 S. Auburn Road, includes walking trails, a fishing pond, baseball/softball fields, picnic shelters, 12 horseshoe pits, playground, volleyball courts, ice rink and a sledding hill located at Nine Mile Road.

The park pavilion & building is available for rent all year long. It is a great place to have family reunions, graduation parties, Thanksgiving dinner or a Christmas party. The pavilion building offers heat during the winter months a refrigerator, microwave, 8 round tables (seats 6 @ each), about 75 chairs, 4 - 8 Foot utility tables, 7 picnic tables and outside grills with 8 grates.

No person or organization shall be allowed use of the Park building without first entering into a rental agreement issued by the City of Auburn under the following guidelines:

January 1st through January 31st - Auburn/Williams nonprofit groups exclusively have first rights to the city park. 

February 1st through March 31st - Open to Auburn/Williams residents only on a first come, first serve basis.

Beginning April 1st - Any resident from outside of Auburn/Williams is allowed to reserve the park for any dates that are still available.

The park also has an extra pavilion that is available on a first come first serve basis and has 8 picnic tables.

Check the Park Calendar to see what dates are available.


Auburn in the News:

Bay County economic organization reveals plan

Jon Becker for the Daily News

Updated Apr 17, 2016



Festival of Banners

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. All banner entries will be judged to see which will be displayed on the light poles along Midland Road. The banners will be on display from May to November. 

Deadline for entries was March 24th. 

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

 
 
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