Elected Officials

Mayor Dave ClarkClark, Dave

Mayor Dave Clark's commitment to Auburn goes beyond his 20-year residency. Actively engaged in community affairs, he has dedicated a decade of service to the Auburn Fire Department, exemplifying his passion for public safety. As a proud member of the Sons of the American Legion, Dave embraces a sense of duty and patriotism. Beyond his civic contributions, he has successfully managed his own real estate business for the past 7 years, showcasing his entrepreneurial spirit. Eager to make a positive impact, Mayor Clark looks forward to serving and enhancing the lives of Auburn's citizens.

CaptureClerk-Treasurer Lorrie Pontius

Lorrie Kennedy Pontius hails from Indianapolis, IN, but relocated to Auburn in 2001, when she married her husband, John.  Together they own and operate Classic City Automotive (NAPA).  Lorrie earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2002 and has worked in the field for over twenty-two years.  Lorrie is the mother of two college age children, and is a member of numerous local service clubs and philanthropic organizations.  As Auburn’s Clerk-Treasurer, she will be responsible for the collection and disbursement of all city funds.  Together with her staff, the office will maintain city records, prepare legal notices on behalf of the city, prepare departmental budgets, serve as secretary to the Common Council, Board of Public Works and Safety, and the Redevelopment Commission.  Lorrie encourages her staff to be courteous, welcoming, and professional so that all Auburn residents feel comfortable while engaging with her office.  

Common Council Representatives

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The City of Auburn’s City Council is comprised of five districts. City Council members from these districts help oversee the city budget and pass city ordinances and resolutions. View the Council Districts (PDF).


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