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Area Description

The City of Auburn Hills is a distinguished leader in southeast Michigan, known not only for its 22 high-technology parks, but also for having world-renowned retail, entertainment and manufacturing. Home to more than 21,000 residents, it also serves as Michigan’s global business address, with 40 international corporations from 32 countries housed here, including many world and North American headquarters.

Auburn Hills’ residents enjoy the amenities of city and suburban living with parks, a revitalized downtown district and a welcoming city complex with a library and community center.

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   Auburn Hills maintains 7 city owned parks, in addition to having 2.1 miles of the Clinton
River Trail that connects to surrounding communities. Municipal Golf Course: Fieldstone Golf Club, a highly rated Arthur Hills designed course is one of the top rated municipal golf courses in the Midwest.


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The city has five colleges and universities, the award winning Palace of Auburn Hills entertainment complex and Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, one of the state’s largest destination shopping centers, providing a variety of cultural, social and educational opportunities to residents, workers and visitors.

Home to Oakland University, Beaumont Medical School, Oakland Community College, Baker
College, Thomas M. Cooley Law School and Central Michigan University Extension Campus.

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Climate

Monthly Temperatures / Rainfall

 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 Jan  15.0  22.5  30.0  1.8 "
 Feb  16.0  24.5  33.0  2.0 "
 Mar  23.0  33.5  44.0  2.2 "
 Apr  34.0  45.5  57.0  2.8 "
 May  47.0  57.5  68.0  3.2 "
 Jun  57.0  67.0  77.0  3.3 "
 Jul  62.0  72.0  82.0  2.9 "
 Aug  59.0  69.5  80.0  2.9 "
 Sep  52.0  62.5  73.0  3.1 "
 Oct  40.0  49.5  59.0  3.0 "
 Nov  31.0  39.0  47.0  2.8 "
 Dec  21.0  27.5  34.0  2.2 "


Spring temperatures are cold with averages in the mid 40's and highs in the mid 50's. Nights are cold with lows in the mid 30's. Summer temperatures are mild with averages in the upper 60's and highs in the upper 70's. Nights are cool with lows in the upper 50's. Fall temperatures are cool with averages in the low 50's and highs in the upper 50's. Nights are cold with lows in the low 40's. Winter temperatures are cold with averages in the mid 20's and highs in the low 30's. Nights are cold with lows in the upper 10's.

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Cost of Living for Metro Detroit, MI

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