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Auburn Hills is in Oakland County, and in the Southeast Region. This community is located on the northwestern city limits of Pontiac between Pontiac and Rochester along Interstate 75 near St Clair Lake. Situated just northwest of the Oakland University campus. Auburn Hills is part of the Detroit, Michigan metro area.

Originally settled in the early 1800s, and incorporated as a city recently in 1983, Auburn Hills' residential population is almost 20,000, but that number becomes mush larger to about 35,000 during the workweek.

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