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City Hall will be closing just before 3 p.m. on Friday, December 6th.

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In observance of Christmas - City Hall will be closed on Tuesday, December 24 and Wednesday, December 25, 2019

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

Park Rentals will begin for residents of Auburn & Williams Township for the 2020 calendar year, beginning on Monday, December 2, 2019. You will need to enter City Hall at the meeting room doors to sign in. You must be present when called to complete the reservation process.

Non-residents may begin making reservations Monday, December 16th. 

Rental fees are due by cash or check at the time the reservation is booked. Dates will not be held for inquiries over the phone or by email. There is a limit of 2 reservations per household. 

It is important to note that there are two (2) different rental spaces available at Auburn Park. The Auburn Park Pavilion is the first building as you drive down Jaycee Drive and looks out to the Amaize Place playground. The Farmers Market Pavilion is the new building (attached to the basketball courts/ice rink) and looks out to the pond. It is a smaller space (about 50-55 people), but works great for smaller events and meetings. Although our community organizations try to reserve their events early on, sometimes opportunities arise and arrangements are made to use the facilities at Auburn Park after the public has begun reserving time. If you do not want any other events at the park facilities during your event, you will need to reserve all available spaces. If you require additional time for set up or clean up, you will need to reserve the additional time. Early entry can no longer be granted without a reservation. 

Auburn Park Pavilion Rental Agreement

Farmers Market Pavilion Rental Agreement


December 4, 2019 Update: It looks like the snow is here to stay, so we will be unable to continue leaf pickup this season. 

November 25, 2019 Update: Our crew is working overtime this week to attempt to pick up the entire City before the holiday. Please, make sure your leaves are raked into the out lawn and are clear of any other debris (including grass clippings). Rain and snow are in the forecast for the end of the week, and will determine if we are able to pick up next week. If you are bagging your leaves, this Wednesday, November 27th, will be the last day for pick up. 

** November 18 - Our crew is back out with the leaf vacuum picking up leaves again!! (At least what they can). Please be mindful of the leaf pick up guidelines (see below). This helps our crew be more efficient so they can get more done in a day. They will continue to work as much as the weather allows following the same zone schedule. They will pick up early if they finish a zone before the end of their work day, but more often than not they are working overtime to complete the current day's zone. If you are bagging your leaves the last day for Waste Management yard waste pick up will be on Wednesday, November 27, 2019. ** 


Brush Chipping has ended for the season. Leaf Pick-Up will run through the first week of December. 

  • Leaves must be set out by 7:00 a.m. on your scheduled pickup day for collection. Please refer to the map or call City Hall at (989) 662-6761 to identify your section. 
    • Section 1 - North East side of the City - Monday
    • Section 2 - South East side of the City - Tuesday
    • Section 3 - Mid South West section of the City - Wednesday
    • Section 4 - West side of the city - Thursday
  • Leaves should be placed in the grassy out lawn area to help keep our drains clear of debris
  • Keep leaf piles clear of any obstructions (telephone poles, mailboxes, etc.)
  • Keep leaf piles pure. Grass clippings, sticks, rocks, branches and other debris harms our machinery and can cause lengthy delays in the pickup process.
  • Please, do not park vehicles in front of leaf piles on collection day. If a vehicle is blocking the area it may prevent out crew from collecting your leaves. (Leave sufficient space for the truck and machine to approach the leaf pile). 
  • Bagged leaves may be set out for Waste Management to collect on Wednesdays until November 27th.