Auburn’s Mayor, City Council and Downtown Development Authority are inviting the public to a groundbreaking ceremony for the new City Hall and Municipal Complex Oct. 14.
Auburn’s Mayor, City Council and Downtown Development Authority voted recently to approve $12.5 million in URA Bonds to be issued to finance the acquisition, construction, and installation of the new city hall complex.
As downtown Auburn’s revitalization projects begin, the city is placing importance on the physical infrastructure needed to support each stage of development. This foundational work includes the capacity of sewer lines, as well as location of roads and trails.
The City of Auburn is set to break ground next month on its future municipal complex south of Atlanta Highway/State Route 29/Highway 8 and has secured public financing for the project.
After 15 years of doing business with Republic Services, the City of Auburn appears ready to move on.
The Auburn City Council approved the hiring of a construction manager at risk for the new city hall, which will be built on city-owned property off Atlanta Highway to the southeast of the current city hall.
The City of Auburn will encourage, but not order, citizens and employees to wear masks while inside municipal buildings.
The Auburn City Council, in a split vote Thursday, April 2, approved a change to a 2008 sewer fee collection agreement with Barrow County, though the council was generally opposed to the way it was presented to them by the county.
Gwinnett County and all 16 of its municipalities, including the City of Auburn, have issued stay-at-home orders in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.