Auburn is a place where the community cares about its residents. This commitment is stronger than ever, especially with the progress made by Auburn’s new Public Safety Building. Now, it’s officially open—and everyone there is ready to help out those who need their assistance.
What can you find at the newly-built Auburn Public Safety Building?
Auburn’s new Public Safety Building was created to help meet the growing needs of our population. It will provide a new home for—and take on the duties—of places like the municipal court facility and Fire Station #1.
The specific public service institutions and administrations that you can find at the Public Safety Building are:
- A fire station;
- The Auburn Municipal Court;
- City Council Chambers;
- The Public Safety Administration;
- The Auburn Police Division; and
- The Emergency Management/Communications Section.
As of right now, people can enter the Police Division lobby and the Municipal Court lobby.
Where can you find the newly-built Auburn Public Safety Building?
Keep an eye out for this building the next time you’re driving around town! You can find it at the corner where Magnolia Avenue and Ross Street meet.
Is the Auburn Public Safety Building fully finished with its construction?
It’s taken a lot of hard work, but this phase of constructing the new Auburn Public Safety Building is complete. There’s still some exciting progress left to go, though. Phase two is underway, and it is predicted to conclude in December of this year. It will add a parking lot!
Auburn is called “The Loveliest Village on The Plains,” for many reasons. Though our city is beautiful, the best part about it is the sense of community and togetherness that we all strive to create. Auburn’s new Public Safety Building emphasizes this commitment that we all have to take care of our amazing neighbors, each and every day.
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