Auburn Urban Development Authority
The City of Auburn established the Auburn Urban Development Authority (AUDA) in 1986, and adopted the Redevelopment Plan for the Auburn Redevelopment Project on June 2, 1987.
Redevelopment is a tool used by cities and counties in California to revitalize deteriorated and blighted areas. Through redevelopment, a project area receives focused attention and financial investment to:
- Reverse deteriorating trends
- Create jobs
- Revitalize the business climate
- Rehabilitate and add to the housing stock
- Gain active citizen participation and investment
The AUDA is a separate and distinct legal entity from
the City of Auburn, with a governing board comprised of the five City Council members. The City Manager
serves as the Executive Director of the AUDA.
A Redevelopment Agency's funds can typically be used for acquisition of property, project construction costs and payment of debt for those projects.
To learn more about past/current AUDA meetings, download the meeting agendas and minutes.