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Auburn
Placer County, California

ZipCodes
95603

Motto
Endurance Capital of the World



Page Contents for Auburn, California

Statistics & Facts

Location

History & History-related items

City Attractions

Government

Chamber of Commerce.

Community events.

Organizations, Churches, and Sports.

Libraries.

Schools.

Miscellany



Statistics & Facts

The California state capital is Sacramento.
The population of Auburn is approximately 11,400 2000, 13330 2010.
The approximate number of families is 4,771 1990, 5759 2010.
The amount of land area in Auburn is 15.767 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.034 sq kilometers.
The distance from Auburn to Washington DC is 2499 miles.
The distance to the California state capital is 34 miles. (as the crow flies)
Auburn is positioned 38.89 degrees north of the equator and 121.07 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Auburn elevation is 1,359 feet above sea level.
Auburn average annual rainfall is 35.91 inches per year
Auburn average temperature is 60.5 degrees F.
The average low temperature is 47.2 degrees F.
The average high temperature is 73.5 degrees F.

Location

on Interstate 80 just 30 miles northeast of Sacramento, at the junction of Highway 49 and Interstate 80. It is also near Folsom Lake and the Rubicon River.
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Weather


moderate. Here is a weather page for the Auburn area.
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History & History Related Items

In 1848, a mining camp named North Fork Dry Diggins was renamed. The namesake was Auburn, New York. It began as a gold town. Once the gold panned out, the area was lucky to have the railroad come through. Orchards were also planted which helped the local economy. The current town of Auburn is apart from the "old town" Auburn. It has been restored to former greatness while retaining its gold town flavor. Both Auburns are thriving, growing areas.

Take a historical tour of Auburn.
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The founding of Auburn

1848


Attractions

Take a look at this recreation page for Auburn.

Auburn Visitor Center
13464 Lincoln Way
Auburn CA 95603

The Auburn Rodeo

A tradition for over 67 years!
held each year in April.

Gold Country Fairgrounds
1273 High Street
Auburn 95603 823-4533

Auburn was designated as the Endurance Capital of the World in 2003. It is known as well with the slogan, All Trails Lead to Auburn. Learn more about the motto and slogan on the link above.
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Auburn City Government

City of Auburn
1225 Lincoln Way
Auburn CA. 95603
Phone: 530/823-4211
Fax: 530/885-5508
Email



COUNTY GOVERNMENT


Placer County official website

Auburn Chamber

Chamber of Commerce
601 Lincoln Way
Auburn, CA 95603
Phone: 530-885-5616
Email

Auburn Community Events

Ongoing - twice a month
Newcomer to the Area Orientations
Where: Placer County Visitors & Tourist Information Center
Newcomers to the area or area residents are invited to attend a free one hour orientation. Come and learn all the Auburn area has to offer about where to go and what to do. Refreshments will be served. Classes are held the second Thurs of each month 7-8 pm and the second Saturday from 9-10 am. Please RSVP to 530 887-2111.

Auburn Organizations

Chamber of Commerce
601 Lincoln Way
Auburn, CA 95603
Phone: 530-885-5616
Email

Auburn Libraries

Auburn/Placer County Library
350 Nevada St.
Auburn, California
Phone: 530 886-4500

Auburn Schools

Placer Union High School District
PO Box 5048
Auburn, CA 95604-5048
Phone: 530-886-4400


Placer County Office of Education
360 Nevada Street
Auburn, CA 95603
Phone: 530 889-8020 Auburn

Miscellany

The population of Auburn was:
1990 - 10,653
1995 - 12,500
1998 - 12,600
2000 - 11,400

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