Tidbits on the City

The City offers a broad spectrum of housing choices, activities and so much more for all types of people.

Together, the “Twin Cities” of L/A have a population of nearly 60,000. They are split by the Androscoggin River and its Great Falls—and you can walk the Androscoggin River Walk between the two towns. The mile-long paved path stretches from a small park beside the Great Falls in Auburn to a pedestrian bridge that crosses the river to Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston. It’s a popular spot from which to watch the Liberty Festival on July 4th and the Great Falls Balloon Festival in August.

You can fish for bass or lake trout at Lake Auburn or discover minerals like feldspar and tourmaline at Mount Apatite Park. The city’s Festival Plaza beside the Androscoggin is home to a free summer concert series and performances by the Auburn Community Band. In January, you can attend the Winter Festival at Lost Valley ski area.

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Whether your plans are to live, work or play, we have something for everyone! City offers an abundance of recreational activities, numerous parks and trails, as well as various cultural opportunities to experience.  The city boasts a broad assortment of restaurants, endless shopping opportunities, public and private school system options, as well as stable neighborhoods and proud citizens who truly care about their community. For City Link CLICK HERE

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Some School Info

The City contains 12 schools. One of the highest rated schools is East Auburn Community School, which is rated 9. It has 22 students. Public schools belong to Auburn School DepartmentLewiston School Department is close by and has lesser ratings than Auburn School Department. Nearby Regional School Unit 16 scores higher, with a rating of 7. Population is 23,056. School Department enrolls 1% of the population of Auburn.

The School Department is part of local city government, to see to the public school needs of the city.

The department operates the following schools:

Elementary Schools serving grades Pre-Kindegarden to 6, except as noted:

  • East Auburn Community School
  • Fairview Elementary School
  • Park Avenue Elementary School
  • Sherwood Heights Elementary School
  • Walton Elementary School
  • Washburn Elementary School which does not offer Pre-Kindergarten

Middle school serving grades 7 and 8:

  • Auburn Middle School

High schools serving grades 9 to 12:

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Free & Cheap Things to Do

Look for something to do your self or with your family?

Look for something to do, The links below includes 74 free or cheap things to do, including 88 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Mini Golf, Parks and Inline Skating. CLICK HERE

Looking for more of a Nightlife CLICK HERE, We have local BREWERIES, great restaurants and clubs of all sort.

Wonderful boutiques and shops! Come check them out!