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City Hall Closed

In observance of Thanksgiving - City Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23, 2018

City Commission

City Hall Meeting Room

November 19, 2018 @ 7pm

If you have any events you would like to add, please submit them to the City Clerk for review. Email:clerk@auburnmi.org

As a reminder: Parking on the streets in the City of Auburn is prohibited between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. from November 1st to April 1 per Auburn City Code of Ordinance § 70.04  ALL NIGHT PARKING. 


Festival of Banners 

Banners will be available to purchase for $25 at City Hall once they are taken down (November/December). Previous years banners may also still be available. 

Entries for the 2019 season will be available January 2019.

Thank you very much for helping to beautify Auburn. 


Brush Chipping & Leaf Pick-Up

Just received word ... DPW will do one last round of the City for brush pick up on Tuesday, October 30th! Leaf pickup will begin as soon as they are done with brush and will occur 2 - 3 times per week. Grass clippings, corn stalks, ornamental grasses/plants and other yard waste will NOT be accepted by the City. It causes too much damage to the machinery. These materials should be properly set out for Waste Management to pick up on Wednesdays as part of the yard waste services they offer.

Leaves should only go in the gutters after regular pick-up has started to help prevent storm drains from getting clogged. Keep in mind that DPW will only be out 2 -3 times per week for leaf pick-up and it may take up to 2-3 weeks to make a full round of the City. If you have smaller piles of leaves, they can be bagged and set out for yard waste pick-up on Wednesdays as well. Waste Management will end their yard waste pick-up on November 28th.


Consumers Energy Community Tree Planting Grant

Thanks to a grant from Consumers Energy, the City of Auburn now has a few more trees. Trees were planted in Auburn park next to the pavilion, along the road at the baseball fields, along the highway side of the volleyball court, next to the pond, and by the road in front of Bay City Western School. These trees were all chosen to conform to the "right tree - right place" principles, which takes into consideration the tree height, canopy spread, shape (for shade cover), growth rate, maintenance requirements, and more. Check out some of the before and after photos of a few areas improved with this grant.