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Worried About Your Drinking Water and Lead?

This photo shows a pipe with properly treated water. Phosphate treatment deposits a thin layer, or coating, on the inside of pipes. This prevents contamination of you drinking water from materials such as lead and copper.

The City of Auburn's water source is White Stone Point near Au Gres. The water in the bay and Lake Huron is different from  that in the Flint River. If you have questions, call us at 662-6761.

Water & Sewer Forms

If you are in need of Water Service or Sewer Connection please fill out the below forms and submit to City Hall.

Application and Order for Installation of Water Service 

Sewer Connection Permit

Water Meter Permit Application (Second Meters)



Water Quality Reports

2021 Midland Water Quality Report (file:///C:/Users/aubur/Pictures/2021%20Midland%20Water%20Report.pdf)

2021 Auburn Water Quality Report (file:///C:/Users/aubur/Pictures/2021%20CCR.pdf)

2019 Auburn Water Quality Report (link distributed in the Spring 2020 Newsletter)

2018 Auburn Water Quality Report  (link distributed in the Summer 2019 Newsletter)

2017 Auburn Water Quality Report  (distributed in the Summer 2018 Newsletter)

2016 Auburn Water Quality Report (distributed in the Summer 2017 Newsletter)

2015 Auburn Water Quality Report (distributed in the May-June 2016 Newsletter)


2014 Auburn Water Quality Report (distributed in the Spring 2015 Newsletter)