For emergency police, fire or medical assistance always call 911
Non-emergency police number: (253) 288-2121
King County (www.kingcounty.gov)
City of Auburn (www.auburnwa.gov)
(253) 931-3008 email@example.com
- Police Chief
(253) 931-3080 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Code Enforcement Officers
To report a violation: 253-931-3020, option 4
Online Complaint Form
- Traffic Code Enforcement
(253) 288-2121 (non emergency police number)
For reporting parking issues, abandoned vehicles etc.
- Public Works Director
(253) 931-3010 email@example.com
- Community Services
Joy Scott, Human Services Manager (253) 876-1965
Duanna Richards, Community Programs Coordinator (253) 931-3099
Emily Pearson, Human Services Program Coordinator (253) 931-3096
Erika Klyce, Neighborhood Programs Coordinator (253) 876-1988
- Maintenance and Operations Division
(253) 931-3048 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Animal Control
- US Post Office (Directions)
11 3rd St NW
- File Online a Non-Emergency Police Report
Puget Sound Energy
Garbage & Recycle Service
- Republic Services
22010 76th Ave S.
Kent, WA 98032
- Waste Management
Water and Sewer
Phone and Cable
Auburn Code Enforcement
The Planning and Development Department is also responsible for enforcing a number of ordinances of the City of Auburn. This involves public nuisances that may include junked vehicles on private property, tall grass and weeds, junk, etc.
It also includes ensuring that the proper permits have been issued for construction of projects, land clearing, grading and filing of property, placement of signs, and that businesses are operating in compliance with the City of Auburn Zoning Code.
The City of Auburn welcomes phone calls or other communication that alerts us to possible civil code violations that may be occurring in your neighborhood.
Please call 253-931-3090 if you wish to report a violation.
Mortgage Holder Owned Abandoned Properties
The City of Auburn takes the issue of abandoned properties very seriously. City code compliance staff work every day to address the impacts of these properties on other properties and neighborhoods, however, in many instances, the mortgage holders are out of state financial institutions who are slow to respond or have hired property preservation companies who are not consistent in their maintenance activities.
Citizens who have concerns about abandoned properties and want to help the City get action on them can access information on our abandoned properties page about the mortgage holders. Citizens are encouraged to write, phone or email the mortgage holders or property preservation contacts and request action be taken on one or more abandoned properties. These efforts may help convince the mortgage holders and property preservation companies to act more quickly and consistently
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