315-255-4125, The BAR is responsible for hearing complaints from taxpayers who feel their assessment is excessive, unlawful, or their property is misclassified.
315-255-4100, City Clerk's Office,
The City Council appoints members whose purpose is to provide for the upkeep and maintenance of cemeteries
315-252-3500, Contact: Tracy Verrier
315.255.4141, Contact: Jeff Whiting,
Appointed by the Mayor and City Council, the Civil Service Commission serves as an impartial, unbiased broker to conduct matters of personnel administration in the City of Auburn.
315.255.4111, Code Enforcement Office
The City Manager appoints members whose purpose is to regulate all electrical work done in the City of Auburn.
315.255.1658, Gillian Sears, Cayuga County Tourism Office. The Historic Sites Commission's purpose and goals include, development of a tourism strategy, plans to link all historic sites in the City of Auburn for marketing and promotional purposes; review and revise all promotional literature and signage; and development of special historical related events.
315.253.5397, Christina Selvek, Planning Dept
The City Council appoints members whose purpose is to review and act on matters subject to historic preservation regulations in the City of Auburn.
The Auburn Human Rights Commission was established by the City Council in 1964 to encourage and ensure that every individual has an equal opportunity to participate in the economic, cultural, and intellectual life of the community regardless of disability, creed, race, sex, age or national origin.
315.255.4115, City of Auburn Planning Department, The Mayor appoints the Planning Board, which acts in an advisory capacity to address issues regarding public improvements, streets, parks and other matters of the general welfare.
315.255.4110, Code Enforcement Office,
The Mayor appoints members whose purpose is to regulate all plumbing work done in the City of Auburn.
315.255.4176, John Rossi, Corp. Counsel - Members are appointed by the Mayor and Council
315.255.4111, Code Enforcement
The Zoning Board of Appeals is a seven-member board appointed by the Mayor. Their major duty is to hear complaints on zoning requirements and/or violations and to issue area or yard variances to allow construction throughout the City.