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We apologize for any confusion that may have happened over the last couple of weeks. Due to new security protocols implemented by our web host we were prevented from updating our webpage for about 2 weeks at the beginning of July. We are now functioning as expected and have updated the links for the newsletter and minutes. 

Information regarding the transition utility billing:

The City has changed the billing dates so no more Utility Billing at Christmas time. You should expect your bill to be mailed in January, April, July and October.

The one-month bill came out July 1st to enable this conversion. Due to this short billing cycle there will not be a shut-off/reminder notice sent out this month. However, if there is a Previous Balance (PB) listed on your bill you will need to pay that amount by JULY 14th to avoid disconnection of service for delinquent amounts due. 

October 21st was chosen as the due date for this short 1-month billing so that those that expressed interest in a 4-month bill instead of a 1-month bill may choose to still pay as if it were a 4-month bill without the worry of penalties. We are trying to help make this transition as friendly to you as possible.

If you are set up with AutoPay/ACH your payment will be processed for July 19th. If you need to freeze this payment due to the transition timing, please call City Hall at (989) 662-6761 by July 17th. 

We have also received some concerns regarding possible high usage. It may help you to know that although the billing cycle is from 6/1/17 - 6/30/17 the usage is actually from a slightly longer time frame. This is due to the amount of time it takes to actually process the bills from the meter reading to the time we print and mail the bills. For this transition bill the reading dates are from approximately May 9 - June 21, about half of a normal quarterly bill. 

If you have further questions do not hesitate to contact City Hall at (989) 662-6761

Bidding is now CLOSED for the new Park Pavilion. 

Click here for details.

NEW! Audio of the City Commission meetings will be available on the Minutes page of the website for you to listen to after the meetings. We are still learning this new process on all levels, so please bear with us as we figure things out. Audio should be available within 3-5 days after the meetings. Written minutes of the meetings are posted after they are approved at the following meeting. As always, requests may be made at anytime for information not found on the web through our Clerk, Pam Reinhardt. 

Festival of Banners 2017

This year's theme is "The Colors of the Seasons". There were over 130 submissions that had to be narrowed down to just 60 banners. 

We'd like to thank ALL of the students who participated this year. The office voted these submissions the top for each age. Follow us on Facebook this summer to see more of the submissions and keep an eye out for the banners to arrive in the next few weeks.

Aaron, age 9    Adrianna, age 10  Laken, age 11
 Jadyn, age 12 Sarah, age 13   Dominique, age 14 
 Sydney, age 15  Lauryn, age 16 Taylor, age 16 
 Christie, age 17  Kailey, age 17 Mario, age 18 

New Blight Ordinance and Brush Chipping Policy


DNR announces Michigan's Free ORV Weekends

This opportunity is a great way for ORV enthusiasts to explore Michigan's vast system of 3,660 miles of trails. Read more.

DNR says, "Leave wildlife in the wild

Spring is here, bringing warmer temperatures and the next generation of wildlife. Read more.

Firework Free Fourth of July Camping

The DNR has a quieter option for veterans and other visitors, including pet owners, Read more.


May 26, 2017


City of Auburn

113 East Elm St

Auburn, Ml 48611

Separate sealed BIDS for the construction of (briefly describe nature, scope, and major elements of the work) Construction of a new 90' X 160' pre-engineered metal building structure inclusive of mechanical and electrical trades, will be received by the City of Auburn.

Bids will be received at the office of City Manager until 2:00pm (Standard Time- Daylight Saving Time June 28, 2017 and then at said office publicly open and read aloud.

The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following locations:

Case Architecture - 282 S. Main Freeland, MI

Central Michigan Survey & Development- Mt. Pleasant, MI

Auburn City Hall - Auburn, MI

Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the office of Case Architecture located at base@casearchitecture.com (PDF set) upon payment of $0.00 for each set.

Any BIDDER, upon returning the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS promptly and in good condition, will be refunded the payment, and any non-bidder upon so returning the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS will be refunded $0.00.

Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained also by clicking on the links below.

Auburn Park Pavilion Specifications Bid

Auburn Pavilion Architectural and Civil Bid

Auburn Pavilion Electrical Bid

Auburn Pavilion Structural Bid

Auburn Pavilion M&P Bid

The City of Auburn is an equal opportunity employer and provider