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Auburn, ME is a small city located in the southern part of the state with a population of 23,790 and a population density of 395 people per square mile. It is known for its rich history and vibrant local culture, including local businesses such as the Auburn Mall, Maine Veteran's Home, and Great Falls Balloon Festival. The city has plenty of year-round outdoor activities to offer such as fishing on the Androscoggin River or biking along its many trails. Other organizations like the Auburn Public Library or the Lewiston–Auburn College provide educational opportunities for residents. Additionally, Auburn hosts seasonal sports events like their annual 5K run/walk and Ski & Ride Challenge at Lost Valley.

The population in Auburn is 23,790. There are 401 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in Auburn is 39.4, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in Auburn is 2.3, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in Auburn
- 44.6% are married
- 16.1% are divorced
- 28.2% are married with children
- 20.4% have children, but are single
Race in Auburn

- 90.4% are White
- 1.0% are Black
- 1.6% are Asian
- 0.2% are Native American
- 0.0% claim Other
- 1.5% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 5.2% Two or more races
- 0.0% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

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I've lived in Maine 28 years. Maine is a beautiful state and Lewiston/Auburn (twin cites) are a nice area. Everything here. 4 seasons, clean air, best water in the  More

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Auburn is the residential-half of the twin cities of Lewiston-Auburn (L-A). Whereas Lewiston grew up around shoe, linen and other factories, Auburn claimed the suburbs  More

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