Digital Communications Policy
The City of Auburn believes in the free exchange of information and extends this philosophy to the realm of electronic media. The City of Auburn does not warrant or make any representations as to the quality, content, accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links, and other items contained on this website.
The information and materials contained on this website have been compiled from a variety of sources and, as such, are subject to change without notice. In no event will the City of Auburn be liable for any damages, whether direct, indirect, general, consequential, incidental, exemplary or special arising from the use of information provided on this server or through links to any other sites.
Communications to the City of Auburn via this website shall in no way be deemed to constitute legal or official notice to the City of Auburn, its agencies, officers, employees, representatives or agents with respect to any existing, pending of future claim or cause of action against the City of Auburn or any of its agencies, officers, employees, representatives or agents where notice is required by Federal, State or local law. Nor shall communications to the City of Auburn via this website be deemed to constitute legal or official notice for any other purpose.
For comments, suggestions or corrections regarding the information contained on this website, email our webmaster.
The Facebook, Instagram and Twitter account present matters of public interest concerning the City of Auburn, its agencies and programs. We welcome comments and private inbox messages on these social media pages. These accounts are moderated online discussion pages and not public forums. The City of Auburn encourages debate and discussion but requests that commentators be respectful and mindful that the platforms are family-friendly. The City of Auburn reserves the right to remove comments/inbox messages that include:
- Comments unrelated to the purpose or topic of the post/page
- Personal identifying information or sensitive personal information
- Incitement to imminent lawless action
- Speech presenting a grave and imminent threat
- Solicitations to commit, or speech integral to, criminal conduct
Additionally, the City of Auburn reserves the right to block users who violate the policy.
The social media pages are not monitored 24/7, so if you, as a user, discover any comments/posts that violate the terms listed above, then please send us a private message.
The City of Auburn disclaims liability for advertisements, videos, promoted content or comments posted by visitors to this page.