North Auburn, CA

Population: 13,622

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  • North Auburn has a Livability Score of 67/100, which is considered average
  • North Auburn crime rates are 13% higher than the California average
  • Cost of living in North Auburn is 13% lower than the California average
  • North Auburn real estate prices are 31% lower than the California average
  • Rental prices in North Auburn are 22% lower than the California average

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      North Auburn, CA

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      North Auburn, CA is a small township in Placer County centered around Highway 80 and Highway 49. It is a bedroom community and I just love living here. It is in the lower mountains of the Sierra Nevada and the area is surrounded by mountains, green pines and streams and lakes.

      Most of the citizens work in the Sacramento or Auburn area, a short commute from here. Some of our community work at home as well. We have several wonderful local diners, and my favorite is Awful Annie's, which is not awful at all. Every weekend has a choice of outdoor events to choose from and hiking, running and biking is big here.

      North Auburn has limited events in the evening, but a short drive to Auburn, the county seat, offers a large variety of clubs, stage and concerts. For top notch entertainment, it is a short drive to Sacramento, Reno or Carson City.

      Ranching is a popular activity here and many ranches offer family days throughout the year. Yes, this is still gold country, and you can pan for gold, too.
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      Source: The North Auburn, CA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).