- POLICE DEPARTMENT
- PUBLIC WORKS
- UTILITY OFFICE
City Wide Clean Up Day
Saturday, October 5, 2019
7 am to 11 am
Lost Caboose, located on Van Buren Street behind Trinity Lutheran Church parking lot.
This is just for City of Auburn residents and identification will be required upon drop off. There will be a $20.00 fee per load or $10 single item fee to drop off any items.
Please see attached photo of items that are NOT Allowed to be dropped off and will not be accepted in the city wide clean up day.
Should anyone have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the city office at 217-438-6151.
The City of Auburn will host an electronic recycling event on Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 9 am to 12 pm on the city square. Please see list below of those items that may have a cost associated to recycle and those that are FREE to recycle at the event. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact the city office at 217-438-6151.
Recycling with a fee:
These items include:
CRT Monitors – $10
CRT Televisions – $20
Flat-screen Televisions – $20
Projection Televisions – $40
Console Television – $40
Battery Backups and Un-interruptable Power Supplies (UPS)
Christmas tree lights
Computer Peripherals (keyboards, mice, etc.)
Networking Equipment and Cables
Point of Sale Equipment
Power and Accessory Cables
Power Tools (including batteries)
Printers (for large, office printers please contact your local store)
Satellite and Cable Equipment
Surge Suppressors and Power Strips
Telephones (including PBX equipment)
Video Game Consoles
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.