Are you ready for Election 2020? The City of Auburn wants to help. Visit our AMAZING new Elections & Voting Hub to learn about where, when & how to vote, use our "ward finder" app and MUCH MORE
The City of Auburn and the Auburn Public Works Department are seeking a beautiful, local tree to use in Festival Plaza this holiday season.
The ideal tree will be: located in Auburn; an evergreen- spruce or fir; at least 25 feet tall; and relatively “accessible” (no close power lines or other obstructions). The “winning” tree will be removed and transported at no cost to the property owner.
Want to see if your tree can “make the cut?” Visit www.auburnmaine.gov/pages/neighborhood/tree and tell us why your tree should be the winner. Entries are due by October 16.
Auburn needs some extra holiday cheer this year, and our official tree will remain at Festival Plaza throughout the holiday season.
AUBURN FAMILIES: We are so proud to present Auburn Adventures, a wonderful, new program from the Auburn Recreation Department designed to provide safe, affordable childcare for kids in grades K - 6 on remote learning days during the school year!
Program details here. Registration is limited and open to Auburn residents only.
Attention Auburn Businesses: Don't forget that the City of Auburn has forgivable small business and microenterprise loans available for businesses impacted by COVID-19. Learn more.
To commemorate Auburn’s sesquicentennial celebration, we are offering the community a chance to leave their mark with personalized bricks. The bricks will be memorialized in the walking paths of Auburn's beautiful new Anniversary Park (formerly Little Androscoggin Park) in new Auburn. They will be installed near the brand new 40' bell tower that is the home for Auburn’s treasured and historic “Bells of St. Louis”.
This informative site offers health news, business listings, food resources, City programs offering support to residents & businesses, as well as the latest COVID-19 maps & statistics. This hub will be updated frequently, so be sure to visit often.
Auburn Hall – Council Chambers
Auburn Senior Community Center (Pettengill Park)
Lewiston City Hall – Executive Conference Room
Barker Mill Arms, 143 Mill Street
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