A nationally-accredited public works agency
Auburn Public Services celebrates with an OPEN HOUSE!
The Auburn Public Services Department improves the quality of life for Auburn's citizens, businesses and industries by providing vital services through these program areas:
Administration, Parks, Highway Maintenance, Solid Waste Managment/Recycling, Traffic Safety & Fleet Services.Our Mission: To provide public infrastructure and municipal services to protect and enrich the daily lives of the people who live, work and play in AuburnOur Vision: To exceed citizen expectations and strive for continuous improvement at all levels; to maintain and improve upon infrastructure; and to prepare for new growth, through planning, teamwork, communication and exceptional serviceOur Values: Auburn Public Services will be known locally for: Safety, Integrity, Fiscal Responsibility, Accountability, Transparency, Teamwork, Excellence and Sustainability
Please note that there will not be a "spring clean-up"/bulky waste pick-up event held in Auburn in this year.
Residents can take their bulky waste directly to Mid Maine Waste Action Corp (MMWAC) at 110 Goldthwaite Road. Household trash & recycling is free for residents; bulky waste, such as washers/dryers, construction waste, brush, etc., is charged according to weight at $98.22/ton (which works out to about 5¢ per pound).
Remember that brush and TVs are accepted here at Auburn Public Services (296 Gracelawn) at no charge (brush must be UNDER 12" in diameter - no stumps or leaves). Please check in at the office before dropping anything off.
The Androscoggin River, Taylor Pond, Lake Auburn, No Name Pond, Sabattus Pond and other water bodies are important for economy, recreation and environment.
We need your help! You can make a difference by following these five steps on your property:
* BUILD HEALTHY SOIL
* MOW BETTER - LEAVE GRASS TALLER
* PRACTICE SMART WATERING
* THINK TWICE BEFORE USING FERTILIZERS & PESTICIDES and
* PRACTICE YARDSCAPING
Click HERE to download our informational poster
For more information, visit: www.yardscaping.org