County Seeking Public Input on Possible Community Center for Greater Auburn Area

Published on June 25, 2015

Studying the feasibility of a potential community center that will serve people of all ages in the Auburn area is the focus of a Placer County effort that’s now underway. To better determine what programs, events and activities this center might include, three public workshops are scheduled. 

The workshops will provide an opportunity for interested community members to not only talk about their needs for a center, but what types of activities and programs would be appropriate for different age groups. The county wants to hear about the types of things that children, teens, young adults, parents and seniors are looking for. The discussions are an important part of the feasibility study for the project.  

Residents of all ages from the greater Auburn area are welcome and encouraged to attend the first of three workshops to share their vision and goals for what things should be considered as part of a community center study.  The first workshop is Tue., June 30, and will set the tone for the project. The second workshop will look at findings and opportunities. The draft feasibility study will be presented at the third and final community meeting. Dates and times for the second and third meetings will be announced later.  

The Placer County Community Center Public Workshop will be Tue., June 30, 2015, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the Auburn Justice Center Community Room, 2929 Richardson Dr., (South of Bell Road and west of Highway 49 at the Placer County Government Center), in North Auburn. For additional information, please contact Paul Breckenridge, Placer County Facility Services, with any questions: 530-889-6892.