- POLICE DEPARTMENT
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- UTILITY OFFICE
Due to a water main break, there is a boil order in effect for the following areas:
On Divernon Road from Gun Club to White Post Road
On Kennedy Road from Sugar Creek to Redbud Park
McClelland’s Trailer Court
It may take a few days for samples to be reviewed and the boil order to be lifted. In the meantime, we ask residents in the affected area to boil all water for 3-5 minutes before use. If you have any questions pertaining to this boil order, please contact the city office at 217-438-6151 during regular business hours or 217-438-3351 after hours.
The City of Auburn will be taking sealed bids for surplus properties. The bids must be submitted to the Auburn City Office on or before 4/28/17 before 4 p.m.
Item 1: 1986 1 ton camo Chevrolet pickup truck, diesel motor.
Item 2: 2008 Chevrolet Impala police car
Item 3: Generator, diesel engine, 5KW, 60 HZ 120 phase, 120/240v 1 phase, 120/208v 3 phase.
Payment is due immediately upon awarding of bids and all property is being sold as is. All property can be viewed at the Auburn Police Department located at 324 W. Jefferson. Any questions can be directed to 217-438-3351.
Based on the Public Hearings that were held and discussions by the Auburn City Council, the Proposed Reduced TIF District and the Proposed Changes to the TIF document have been made.
If you have any questions after reviewing the material, please contact the city office at 217-438-6151 and you will be directed to an alderman who can assist you further.
There is a boil order in effect for the following areas:
– All of Adams Street from 8th Street to 11th Street
– 1014 and 1018 West Jefferson Street
A boil order means that residents in the affected area(s) are advised to boil their water for three (3) to five (5) minutes prior to drinking or cooking with it. This is a precautionary measure for residents’ protection.
We will update the residents affected by this boil order as soon as it has been lifted.
The City of Auburn Utility Office has received concerns from residents pertaining to the utility bills received this month. All questions can be directed to the office either via phone at 217-438-6151, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person during normal business hours of Monday-Friday from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. Just a reminder that the utility bills are a month in arrears. The bills received this month and due by the end of the month is for December usage.
December was a colder month than we experienced last year and it is important to compare usage not just from the prior month, but from usage from a year ago at this time as well. The National Weather Service average monthly temperature for December 2016 was 30.9 while December of 2015 was 42.4.
The city does not “estimate” readings on any utility account. If a reading is not received or flagged for significantly low or higher than normal usage, we do recheck those accounts and attempt to make contact with the customer at the address being rechecked if we have a phone number on file.
We encourage residents to go online and register their utility account to see usage over time. Office staff are available to assist customers in establishing their account online.
We welcome any and all concerns and will address each of them to provide additional details to residents.
There has been a water main break on Washington Street. City crews are aware of the break and are actively working to repair it. If you are experiencing little to no water pressure, it could be caused by the break. Further details regarding the break will be posted to this website. If you have any questions, please call 217-438-6151.