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. This year, Auburn is celebrating it's bicentennial. Welcome to Auburn Township!
Honoring the Past, Celebrating the Present, Looking toward the Future
Bildad Bradley is the first settler of Auburn Township. He came from Massachusetts and built his log cabin home on Messenger Road in 1817.
To celebrate Auburn's 200th birthday, Bildad Bradley (or a cardboard representation of) will be visiting historical places throughout our township. If you spot Bildad, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 440-543-7028, or stop in at the Administration Building and be entered into a monthly drawing to win a bicentennial commemoration plate. Clues will be on the township website, www.auburntownship.com, and in various area newspapers.
Congratulations to our winners:
04/17/2017 - Dorothy Szoka