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May 8, 2018, 5:27 PM

The City of Auburn has scheduled a Mental Health Town Hall event for May 31 and is interested in feedback from the community about what topics you would like addressed.

Please share any thoughts, comments or questions that you would like to see incorporated into the event by participating in this online town hall. We are also interested in hearing what agencies or service providers you would like to see represented on the discussion panel.

Thank you.

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June 7, 2017, 11:28 AM

Auburn has seen a steady increase in its population over the past decade as well as a growth in our diversity. To celebrate the diversity in our community the City of Auburn would like to invite members of the community to participate in a diversity council to build connections with ALL of the communities and residents in Auburn. By convening the council, the City of Auburn intends to help the City respond to the rich and diverse demographics that have shaped our community in recent decades.

The council will consist of 15 identified persons who will attend an initial meeting to get acquainted with other roundtable members and share their perspective on how the roundtable will be a value to their respective communities and how the City of Auburn can continue to grow as inclusive and accessible agency for all.

To take our diversity roundtable survey click here

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June 7, 2017, 11:28 AM

The City is currently working on a project called the 22nd St NE & I St NE Intersection Improvements Project that will improve safety for drivers, pedestrians, and bicyclists crossing this intersection, by constructing a modern roundabout in place of the existing all-way stop.

To read more about the project and provide your feedback click here. 

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March 10, 2017, 5:11 PM

The Auburn Planning Commission is seeking your input!

The Planning Commission recently began looking at draft city code that would regulate marijuana related businesses in the City. Previously, the City did not regulate these businesses, but rather relied upon the state licensing process. The City Council asked the Planning Commission and City staff to develop potential regulations for these businesses for its consideration.

The Planning Commission believes it is important to hear from the citizens of Auburn on what they think about regulating these businesses.

Please take a few minutes to complete the survey.

Your survey responses will be provided to the Planning Commission and will be used by the Commission as it develops its recommendations to the City Council.

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January 17, 2017, 4:53 PM

Our State of the City is around the corner and we want to know: What topics do you want to hear about in this year's address?

This is an opportunity to take a look at how we are doing as a community and as your government, to take stock of the past year and to look ahead to the future. This year's address is scheduled for February 16, 2017.

Please take a moment to shape the conversation.

The topic will be open for your input until January 27th.

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July 28, 2015, 12:38 PM

In response to the request of Vista Pointe residents to install speed cushions on 56th Avenue South raised at the neighborhood meeting, the City would like to determine the level of support from the residents of Vista Pointe that would be impacted by the proposed speed cushions.

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July 28, 2015, 12:37 PM

Some would like to see Big Daddy's rehabbed to its former glory. Where you could enjoy ice cold root beer and see the classic cars cruise in on a Friday night in the summer. We need to hear from you and what other ideas you might have!

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