Municipal Properties
The Municipal Properties division of the DPW is responsible for overseeing all municipal structures and grounds, with the exception of municipal parks, which is housed in the City's Parks & Recreation Department


Forestry Operations

The City of Auburn Hills is proud to be a Tree City USA. This national recognition demonstrates our commitment to the importance of trees in our community. Municipal Grounds is responsible for thousands of trees in our Public Parks, and along City Roadways. Services provided on trees in those public areas include inspections, trimming, removals, and stump grinding. Free tree replacements are available for any viable planting location with in the City Right-of-Way. 

Aaron Webster Cemetery

In 1821, Aaron Webster and his wife, Sarah, became the first settlers of the three hundred twenty (320) acres of what is now known as Auburn Hills. Just one year later, Aaron and Sarah were both buried on the Webster Farm after passing away of typhoid fever. In 1836, the half acre of land was officially set aside for burial purposes by Benajah Aldrich. Throughout the cemetery's history, This historic cemetery is still active today and is centrally-located next to 260 S. Squirrel Road in Downtown Auburn Hills. A quick walk-through will introduce you to some of the early citizens of our community. Cemetery Rules and Regulations