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Welcome to Auburn
Founded in 1793 by John L. Hardenberg, a veteran of the Revolutionary War, our community grew up around Hardenbergh's mill and home and became known as Hardenbergh's Corners. In 1805 the name changed to Auburn, taken from an Oliver Goldsmith poem, which describes "Sweet Auburn, loveliest village of the plain."   More

Franklin Street Water Main Project
The 30-inch water transmission main replacement will address the existing aging and deteriorating water main that is the backbone of the City's water distribution system and allow the City of Auburn to remedy conditions that have caused water supply interruptions caused by leaks and breakdowns.
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Water Meter Replacement Program
The City of Auburn is in the process of replacing residential water meters that are 10 years old or older, and has contracted In Line Services, Inc. to perform this service. If your ymeter is to be replaced you should receive a postcard in the mail with instructions on how to schedule your replacement.
If you need assistance in scheduling your appointment, please contact In Line Services directly at or 1-800-557-3088. If you would like the City to schedule your appointment for you, please call 315-255-4142.

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›› Auburn Police Department Weekly Stats.
›› City Council Meeting moved to Tuesday, April 15, 2014. More Info
›› State of the City Address: View Mayor Quill's and City Manager Selby's State of the City presentation slides.
›› Auburn's Residential Comparable Sales Used in 2014 City-Wide Assessment Update is available online.
›› As of May 16, 2013 all vacant buildings within the City of Auburn must be registered with the Fire Department no later than 30 days of becoming vacant or after being notified by a Code Enforcement Officer. For more information regarding the Vacant Building Registry program, visit the Fire Department's Vacant Building Registry Page.
›› Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) reports have been published identifying potential or existing environmental contamination on properties in the EPA Brownfields Program. View reports.

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