The mission of the animal control department is to provide responsive, efficient, and high quality animal care and control services that preserve and protect the health, safety and welfare of people and animals.
The Assessors Office is responsible for the determination of the fair market value of all real and personal property within the Town of Auburn, and the administration of all laws relative to taxation as outlined in the Massachusetts General Laws.
The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for coordinating resources during emergencies and disasters, or incidents that exceed the day-to-day resources of the Police, Fire and other public departments of the Town.
The Finance Department provides the financial services of the Town, including the preparation and administration of the Town Budget, the assessment and collection of all Town taxes, excises, betterments, assessments, fees, fines and penalties, processes and administers as assigned, contracts for the acquisition of goods, supplies, services and property, the application for grants from any source and the management of the electronic information communications and processing systems, and the disbursement of funds.
Find information about Auburn Fire and Rescue.
The goal of the Human Resources Department is to enhance service to the citizens of Auburn by hiring and retaining the best Town employees, and by increasing productivity and job satisfaction through the planning and administering of personnel programs, wellness initiatives and professional development designs, along with healthcare benefits.
The IT (Information Technology) Department provides strategic planning, acts as technology consultants to all Town departments, and develops Town wide technology policies and procedures.
Learn about the Pakachoag Golf Course.
The Parks, Recreation, and Cemetery Division manages, develops and improves the parks and recreation facilities of the Town; plans, implements and manages the recreation and cultural activities of the Town; and operates and maintains Town cemeteries as facilities for public and private internments.
The Auburn Police Department aims to reduce crime and the fear of crime, and to improve the quality of life of Auburn's residents.
The Massachusetts Public Records Law (MGL Chapter 66 and Chapter 4, Section 7) provides that every person has a right to access public information. Find guidelines for accessing public records in the custody of the Town of Auburn.
The Department of Public Works maintains capital facilities, and provides services and performs functions for the Town of Auburn related to parks, cemetery, recreation, forestry, stormwater, sanitary sewer, landfill, bridges, dams. highways, streets and sidewalks.
Learn about the Auburn school district.
The Auburn Town Clerk serves the residents of Auburn as the official record keeper for Town Meetings, Vital Records and the Administrator of Elections including voter related activities.
Learn about the Town Manager of Auburn.