Ranked in the 59th percentile


  • Auburn is ranked #197 in Washington
  • Auburn is ranked #11,923 in the USA
  • Lots of Local Amenities
  • Stable Housing Market
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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Auburn, WA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
North End, Tacoma7512.724,051
Northeast Tacoma, Tacoma708.716,749
Eastside-Enact, Tacoma6411.331,293
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
South Tacoma, Tacoma6314.125,639
South End, Tacoma6113.239,768
Central, Tacoma6113.122,107

Best Cities Near Auburn, WA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Maple Valley, WA819.325,093
Medina, WA8122.33,169
Yarrow Point, WA8123.61,149
Clyde Hill, WA8122.63,197
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Woodway, WA80351,367
Mercer Island, WA8017.924,467
Redmond, WA8026.359,268
Sammamish, WA7922.162,136

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Auburn, WA: City Review

I lived in Auburn, WA for several years while I worked at the Boeing plant that is located there. Overall, I really enjoyed my experience while I lived in Auburn. The biggest draw to Auburn is the fact that the economy there is great. There are plenty of jobs, and people are generally very well off. Since 2000, the size of the city has roughly doubled. With the huge population increase there has been an increase in traffic, but it is not as bad as many growing cities. While I lived in Auburn, I really enjoyed the community. Everyone there is middle class or upper middle class for the most part and are friendly. There are several different attractions, mostly typical local places to go along with some parks and recreation facilities provided by the government. If you are looking for a city that has a huge bar and club scene, this is probably not the city for you. There are some things to do at night, but the entertainment is geared towards married families with children. There are many city related attractions and decent restaurants for a city of its size. While I was there, I had to drive at least thirty minutes to get to any real party scene. So if you are in your twenties and are single, this may not be the best city to live in. However, overall I really did enjoy my short commute to work while I lived there, along with the very friendly people. There are very few crimes in this area, which is something I really appreciate. I would recommend this city greatly to any young family just starting out, or maybe those who a are bit older that want a large city feel without the partying.
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Source: The Auburn, WA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).