New Auburn

New Auburn

News from the New Auburn community.

New Auburn's City Council will hold a hearing on the proposed assessment for the 2009 street improvement project Tuesday, June 23 at 7 p.m. in the New Auburn City Hall. The street improvement project includes improvements on the following...

Going up

A water tower is now in New Auburn's skyline. The community's 100,000 gallon water tower was erected onto its pillar on Wednesday, April 18. It will be painted in early May. The city will begin using the tower in...

Ready for election

New Auburn Township's new townhall will be ready for use at next week's primary election. Township residents, earlier this year, voted to construct a new office and shed in the City of New Auburn. It is located...
It may take two years for the water level to be "normal" after the drawdown at High Island Lake in New Auburn. Robb Collett of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources gave a report to the County Board of...

Norm Coleman visits Sibley County

Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman was the featured guest at the Sibley County Municipalities Meeting Nov. 30 in Henderson. Above, Coleman is shown with the New Auburn delegation. From left to right are Jim Stark, council member; Catherine Lorenz, council...

City of New Auburn Election Results

New Auburn residents re-elected their long-time mayor, and added a new face to the City Council. Roger Becker, who has served as mayor for 24 years, was re-elected with 88 votes. His challengers Pam Horton and Craig Lowden each...
Senator Norm Coleman announced that he has secured $300,000 in funding for the City of New Auburn’s drinking water plant in the Senate’s fiscal year 2008 Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations bill. The bill was approved by the...

FIRE PREVENTION WEEK

What will New Auburn's streets look like in the future? That will be the focus of a public meeting in New Auburn Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. in the City Hall. The public is invited. Justin Black, engineer...
Faced with the reality of treating storm water that drains directly in to High Island Lake and Creek, the City of New Auburn has opted to install rain gardens as opposed to city wide curb and gutter construction. Choosing...