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North Auburn Municipal Advisory Council (MACs)

Municipal Advisory Councils (MACs) are comprised of local residents who advise the Board of Supervisors on issues or concerns. MACs are designed to provide a local public forum where information about land use, transportation and general county information is shared and discussed. Residents are welcome and encouraged to attend MAC meetings to talk about issues that are important to them.

On occasion, MAC meetings may be cancelled. Be sure to how to sign up for notifications, visit the meeting calendar or contact the office at 530-889-4010 to confirm meeting dates, times, and locations.

The North Auburn MAC represents an unincorporated area within both District 3 and District 5. North Auburn Boundary Map

Meeting Schedule

Please note:  The North Auburn MAC has voted to meet bi-monthly beginning in March 2018. The schedule of the months they meet is listed below.

  • Day:2nd Tuesday of the following months: January, March, May, July, September, and November
  • Time: 6:00 p.m
  • Location: Community Resource Development Agency Building, Planning Commission Chambers, 3091 County Center Drive, Auburn 95603

Past Agendas and Minutes


2019 Agendas and Minutes

For archived agendas and minutes, contact us at 530-889-4010 or

Placer County MACs comply with basic requirements of the Brown Act; which includes the agenda being posted 72 hours prior to the meeting. To encourage public participation, the MACs strive to have the agenda available one week prior to the meeting. If you’re interested in submitting a topic of discussion, please send your request via email to


Greg Wilbur

Greg Wilber

Steven Nichols

(Not Pictured)

Larry Farinha

Larry Farina

Dave Hungerford

Dave Hungerford

Patti Flashman

(Not Pictured)

Jacquie Flecklin

Jaquie Flecklin

Mark Watts

Mark Watts

AdHoc Sub-Committee on Homless Issues and Solutions


January 5, 2017 AdHoc Sub-Committee Meeting 

January 12, 2017 AdHoc Sub-Committee Draft Agenda

North Auburn MAC Recommendation Letter Dated March 20, 2017