Auburn, Indiana

Auburn: City in DeKalb County, Indiana, United States

About

Auburn is a city located in the county of DeKalb in the U.S. state of Indiana. Its population at the 2010 census was 12,731. After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 13,617 inhabitants.

Auburn locator map
Location of Auburn on Indiana map.

Quick Facts about Auburn

Population : 13,617 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Indiana (United States)
County : DeKalb County
Postal code : 46706
Phone Area Codes : 260
Area : 18390000 km2
Altitude : 2,841 feet / 866 meters
Capital city : Auburn is capital of DeKalb County
Time Zone : UTC−05:00
Local time : 05:51:54 (26th February 2024)
Population growth : 6.51% (2010-2020)
Auburn IN downtown 2012 image
Auburn IN downtown 2012
Auburn IN downtown 2012 image

Geography

Auburn is located at 41°22'1"N 85°3'32"W (41.3669900, -85.0588600).

Auburn map

Demographics

The population of Auburn increased by 6.51% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 12,731 - census
2011 12,891 1.24% estimation process
2012 12,847 -0.34% estimation process
2013 12,859 0.09% estimation process
2014 12,897 0.29% estimation process
2015 12,937 0.31% estimation process
2016 13,015 0.6% estimation process
2017 13,147 1% estimation process
2018 13,372 1.68% estimation process
2019 13,484 0.83% estimation process
2020 13,617 0.98% estimation process

Auburn zip code is 46706. County name: DeKalb, County fips: 18033

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People born in Auburn (14)

People born in Auburn, including Former U.S. Representative from Indiana Susan Brooks, writer Will Cuppy, politician Dean Kruse, .

List

  • Dennis Kruse (American politician) he was born in 07/10/1946
  • Jaynie Krick (American baseball player) she was born in 01/10/1929
  • MaChelle Joseph (American basketball player-coach) she was born in 13/01/1970
  • Rollie Zeider (American baseball player) he was born in 16/11/1883
  • Russell W. Kruse (American businessman) he was born in 12/12/1922
  • Sheldon Vanauken (American journalist) he was born in 04/08/1914
  • Walter Hartman Hodge (American judge) he was born in 29/08/1896
  • Mark William Shaw (American author, lawyer, broadcaster) he was born in 10/03/1945
  • Dave Williams (American basketball player (1913-1983)) he was born in 07/02/1913
  • Rece Buckmaster (American association football player) he was born in 07/07/1996
  • Ben Smaltz (American politician) he was born in 17/01/1970

Schools in Auburn

College & universities near Auburn, IN

Code Name City ZIP
414878 Trine University-Regional/Non-Traditional Campuses Fort Wayne (IN) 46825

Stations (10)

Amtrak & bus stations near Auburn, IN

Code Name Address Type
WTI Waterloo Lincoln and Center Street RAIL
BYN Bryan Page and Lynn Street RAIL
EKH Elkhart station 131 Tyler Avenue RAIL
ALI Albion station 300 North Eaton St. RAIL
BTL Battle Creek Transportation Center 104 Capital Ave. S.W. RAIL

Post offices near Auburn

Post Office Name City ZIP
Auburn Post Office Auburn (IN) 46706

Other places with the same name (19)

  • Auburn , Washington The second most populous city in Pierce County, Washington. It is located on the Puget Sound in southwestern Washington. Auburn is known for its many parks and green spaces, its many historical sites, and its many attractions, such as the Auburn City Hall and the Auburn Museum. with a population of 81,024 people.
  • Auburn , Alabama The most populous city in Lee County, Alabama. It is located on the Chattahoochee River in eastern Alabama. Auburn is known for its many parks and green spaces, its many historical sites, and its many attractions, such as the Auburn University campus and the Toomer's Corner tradition. with a population of 68,343 people.
  • Auburn , Mississippi The most populous city in Lee County, Mississippi. It is located on the Tombigbee River in eastern Mississippi. Auburn is known for its many parks and green spaces, its many historical sites, and its many attractions, such as the Auburn University campus and the Auburn Museum of Art. with a population of 60,258 people.
  • Auburn , New York city in Cayuga County, New York with a population of 25,915 people.
  • Auburn , Maine city in Maine, USA with a population of 23,410 people.
  • Auburn , Massachusetts town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States with a population of 16,701 people.
  • Auburn , California city in California, United States with a population of 14,205 people.
  • Auburn , Georgia city in Barrow and Gwinnett counties, Georgia, USA with a population of 7,902 people.
  • Auburn , New Hampshire town in the U.S. state of New Hampshire with a population of 5,626 people.
  • Auburn , Illinois city in Sangamon County, Illinois, United States with a population of 4,591 people.
  • Auburn , Nebraska city in Nemaha County, Nebraska, United States with a population of 3,342 people.
  • Auburn , Michigan city in Michigan, USA with a population of 2,069 people.
  • Auburn , Kentucky city in Kentucky with a population of 1,404 people.
  • Auburn , Kansas city in Kansas, USA with a population of 1,203 people.
  • Auburn , Ohio township in Tuscarawas County, Ohio with a population of 1,043 people.
  • Auburn , Pennsylvania borough in southern Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania with a population of 689 people.
  • Auburn , Iowa city in Sac County, Iowa, United States with a population of 302 people.
  • Auburn , West Virginia town in West Virginia, USA with a population of 88 people.

Other cities in DeKalb County

Cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in DeKalb County , IN.

City Name Population Title
Concord 56,305 The most populous city in Boone County, Indiana.
Garrett 6,429 City in DeKalb County, Indiana, United States of America
Ashley 988 Town in Indiana
Butler 838 City in DeKalb County, Indiana, United States
Newville 568 Township in DeKalb County, Indiana
Saint Joe 474 Human settlement in DeKalb County, Indiana, United States of America
Corunna 258 Town in Indiana, United States
Altona 199 Town in Indiana, United States

Distance to Other Cities

Auburn distances to largest Indiana cities