Auburn Township is a semi-rural community located in the southwest corner of Geauga County. We embrace true country style living but offer the perfect balance of residential, commercial, and industrial growth.
The township is about 5 miles square and houses approximately 6,443 residents and is part of the Kenston School system. According to the 2010 census, Auburn Township has the highest rate of growth of all 16 Geauga County townships.
Welcome to Auburn Township! Why is Auburn so special?
The Auburn Road Department has been busy getting the township equipment ready for the winter. A lot of work goes into switching seasons:
Tarps are removed from the truck beds; the truck chassis are high-pressure washed; then they chip sand and wash frames and undercarriages and apply fresh coats of rust proof & paint; hoses are checked for abrasions and worn areas and replaced if needed along with checking and replacing plow cutting edges. Then they install the salt spreaders, spinners and plows and go over electrical connections. Safety checks are run over and over and last, but not least all five trucks (guys) do a dry run of their plow routes. (More about the plow routes will be posted on this site in the near future)
Have questions? Give us a call 440-543-7028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Auburn proudly flies the official Geauga County flag at Town Hall. Thank you to Auburn resident, Robert VanHuffell, for donating the flag to our township!