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Please be informed that the City of Auburn will be testing sewer pipes in this are on April 24-28 by the use of artificial smoke. The artificial smoke should not enter our premises unless a sewer leak is present. 

This testing uses an artificial smoke that is forced through the sewer lines with air pressure to help locate any inflow and infiltration areas in the sewer system caused by breaks in the lines, breaks in manholes, and broken clean-outs. The test will also help locate any unlawful sewer connections, such as downspouts, weep tiles, and sump pumps discharging into the sanitary sewer. 

The presence of artificial smoke in your house should be reported right away to the persons in the street conducting the tests, or by calling the City of Auburn DPW at 989-630-6085.

The fake smoke is odorless, but nevertheless looks like smoke. The fake smoke is relatively harmless, but could be irritating. If you smell smoke (i.e. real smoke) please call the fire department/emergency dispatch at 911 first, before calling the City of Auburn.

Please call the City of Auburn if there is a person in your household with heart or respiratory ailments that could be immobile or alarmed by fake smoke. House pets will react in a manner similar to a person and should leave the 'smokey' area. Please make sure that an exit is available for your pet during the testing period.

To minimize the chance of fake smoke entering your house, please pour water into all drains, especially floor drains, prior to the date of the test. 

New Blight Ordinance and Brush Chipping Policy


 

Jaycees Easter Egg Hunt

The annual Easter Egg Hunt is held on the Auburn Cornfest grounds the weekend before Easter each year. This event boasts of 10,000 eggs for kids 10 and under, prizes, games and crafts! The hunt begins at 1pm sharp, Saturday April 8th.

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.

DNR skills class in steelhead, walleye, bass & turkey

Want to learn more about steelhead, walleye, bass & turkeys, check out the DNR skills clinics. Read more.

Michigan Taxpayers can check on the status of their returns 

Read more.

Firework Free Fourth of July Camping

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

 

The City of Auburn is an equal opportunity employer and provider

 
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