AUBURN IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
The Auburn Chamber would like to take the time to ensure the business community that we are continuously working for you during the health crisis of COVID-19. We want to provide you with as much information as possible, so that might require us to email you daily or more often than that. The Auburn Chamber is in continuous, direct-line communication with stakeholders, including the city of Auburn and Auburn University.
What you need to know as of Friday, March 13, 2020:
- Downtown Auburn parking is free now through Friday, April 10.
- Auburn University students who live on campus will be allowed to collect their belongings on Sunday, March 15, from noon-4 p.m. as the university transitions from on-campus instruction to remote delivery beginning March 16-April 10. To stay updated with Auburn University announcements and information, click here.
- To hear from Mayor Ron Anders regarding COVID-19, click here.
The Auburn Chamber is evaluating all of our upcoming programs and events and will update you as soon as possible with any changes. We plan to keep our line of communications open, and we ask the business community to do the same. If you have any questions or ideas, please email Payton Beck at email@example.com. If your business plans to make any changes to your operating hours, please let us know.
If you are healthy and feel comfortable, we encourage you and our community to support our local businesses! While our businesses are taking extra precautionary measures to ensure cleanliness, we ask that you continue to take the steps of protecting yourself.