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Living in Auburn

Southern Charm

Auburn is known for its southern charm, beautiful scenery, mild weather, and quality of living. With a thriving community of approximately 63,000 residents. Well to residents and travellers as "the loveliest village on the plains". 

Auburn is conveniently situated along Interstate 85 with easy access to many other cities Auburn residents enjoy an abundance of artistic, intellectual, social, and sporting activities :

Of course, you can't speak about activities in Auburn without making special mention of Auburn football and its long traditions. War Eagle!

Top 10 Best Places to Live

The city of Auburn prides itself on being a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family. Recently, Auburn was recognized by US News & World Report as being "Top 10 Best Places to Live”. named the Auburn metro area the sixth fastest growing Metropolitan Statistical Area in the U.S. for small metros. Despite its growth and recognition, the city planners are dedicated to preserving the small-town charm that makes Auburn so special.

Access to one of the world's busiest airports (Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport) is quick, easy, and convenient.

Auburn’s average annual temperature of 63 degrees Fahrenheit and elevation of 732 feet (highest point between Atlanta and New Orleans) allows residents to fully enjoy all four seasons outdoors. Fall and Spring are especially treasured.