The City of Auburn is holding its second monthly town hall this Thursday, April 8. The focus of April’s town hall is youth engagement in Auburn. The virtual town hall will include live questions and discussion from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
Middle and high school students are encouraged to answer a brief 15 question survey to help inform the Auburn Junior City Council and provide questions to panelists prior to the town hall. Survey questions include topics related to COVID-19, online learning, mental health, and racial equity.
Meet the Panel
Nancy Backus Mayor, City of Auburn
Alan Spicciati Superintendent, Auburn School District
Brenda Goodson-Moore Diversity Equity and Inclusion Program Manager, City of Auburn
Commander Adams Auburn Police Department
Isaiah Johnson Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director, Auburn School District
Ashely Boyd Prevention and Intervention Services Coordinator, Auburn School District
Waylon Menzia Junior City Council Chair, City of Auburn
Jonathan Mulenga Junior City Council Co-chair, City of Auburn
Dana Hinman Director of Administration, City of Auburn
Previous Town Hall:
The City of Auburn held its first town hall in early March to mixed reviews. If you missed the town hall you can read our re-cap City of Auburn Holds First Monthly Town Hall or watch the full two-hour recorded video:
Additional responses to specific public works questions were published after the town hall on the city’s website: read responses now.
Upcoming Town Halls:
The city has scheduled town halls through the end of the year. Below are the expected topics for each town hall through December.
May 13, 6:00 PM
June 10, 6:00 PM
July 8, 6:00 PM
August 12, 6 PM
Housing, Growth and Economic Development
September 9, 6 PM
Parks, Arts, and Recreation with a focus on senior programming
October 14, 6PM
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
November 11, 6 PM
December 9, 6 PM