- POLICE DEPARTMENT
- PUBLIC WORKS
- UTILITY OFFICE
The City of Auburn Adopt-A-Park program is a partnership between the City of Auburn and volunteers, in an effort to keep our community clean, safe, and attractive. By working together, we can continue to provide a beautiful environment in which to live and raise a family. The program also educates and encourages people to stop littering and take pride in their community.
The program is voluntary and is designed for organizations, businesses, or individuals. Each adopting group assumes responsibility for an assigned park or section of a park and agrees to participate in park improvements for (length of time). The City of Auburn will work with the adopting group to select a park and provide guidelines to complete work assigned.
Recently, the City Council revised the application materials to participate in the program. The city is hoping to once again establish this program to further work with groups in the community and continue to revitalize city parks.
The application materials can be completed and submitted to the city office should any individual or group(s) be interested in participating.
2020 CITY OF AUBURN COUNCIL MEETING DATES
JANUARY 6, 2020
JANUARY 21, 2020
FEBRUARY 3, 2020
FEBRUARY 18, 2020
MARCH 2, 2020
MARCH 16, 2020
APRIL 6, 2020
APRIL 20, 2020
MAY 4, 2020
MAY 18, 2020
JUNE 1, 2020
JUNE 15, 2020
JULY 6, 2020
JULY 20, 2020
AUGUST 3, 2020
AUGUST 17, 2020
SEPTEMBER 8, 2020
SEPTEMBER 21, 2020
OCTOBER 5, 2020
OCTOBER 19, 2020
NOVEMBER 2, 2020
NOVEMBER 16, 2020
DECEMBER 7, 2020
DECEMBER 21, 2020
Please find below some important telephone numbers for your reference:
– As always, all fire, medical and gas related emergency calls need to be directed to 911 dispatch through Sangamon County
217-753-6666 – Sangamon County Non-Emergency
217-438-6151 – City utility office
– Residents can contact this number during working hours and non-working hours for any utility related emergency or non-emergency. There will always be someone available to answer the calls.
– After hours calls will be answered by an answering service who can assist callers with questions/concerns.
217-438-3351 – Police Department
– The non-emergency police number will be answered with a voicemail system. Residents can leave a message in the general police department mailbox and/or for a specific officer.
– This voicemail will be monitored to return calls to those who may leave a message.