Auburn Hills, formerly Pontiac Township, is home to the Detroit Pistons, whose home arena is the Palace of Auburn Hills. The city is famous for being home to the Michigan State University football team and the University of Michigan basketball team, as well as a host of other sports teams.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1,965,865 square miles, of which there are land and water. There are 9,985 residential units, of which 7,743 are in the city center, which is 1.5 percent of the total population of Auburn Hills, Michigan.
There are 8,822 residential units, including 7,743 downtown, which is 1.5 percent of the total population of Auburn Hills, Michigan. This is the largest number of housing units in a Michigan city and the second largest of all U.S. cities.
The racial composition of the city is more diverse than in any other US city in the state of Michigan and is the third largest city in Michigan and the second largest in all of America after Detroit and Detroit - Dearborn. The racial makeup of this city is more diverse than any other city except Michigan and the fourth - the most diverse in America.
The racial makeup of this city is more diverse than in any other city except Michigan and the fourth - the most diverse in America and the third largest city in Michigan after Detroit and Detroit - Dearborn. The racial composition of the city is the second largest of all Michigan cities and the second largest in all of America.
The poverty line is $18,000 for a family of four, including those living below the poverty line, which is the second-highest poverty line in Michigan after Detroit and Detroit - Dearborn and the third-highest in all of Michigan. The poverty line is $12,500 for an individual and $24,400 for the entire family, which includes families with three children and children of five children under 18.
The median income per household in the city is $51,376, the second highest poverty line in Michigan after Detroit and Detroit-Dearborn. The median income per family is $60,849, the third lowest in Michigan and the fourth lowest in Detroit. In Auburn Hills, the median household income of a family of four was $50,912 in 2014, up from $49,737 in 2013.
In 1983, Pontiac Township merged with the village of Auburn Heights and became the town of Augusta Hills. A few years later, the township voted on a new name and became the "City of Auburn Hills" in 1983. In 1990, after a two-year renaming, it became the "City of Auburn Hills," the first of its kind in Michigan.
The city expanded at the expense of the municipality until 1978, when it became a charter city, protecting it from further annexation. In 1983, Pontiac Township merged with the village of Auburn Heights to become the "City of Augusta Hills." Auburn Hills began in 1974 as an independent community at the corner of Auburn and Squirrel Streets, at the corner of Auburn and Squirrel Streets. At the same time, it began to encompass the city of Ann Arbor and Oakland County as part of a new city in 1975, and was incorporated into Richmond Heights, a few miles further east, in 1976, after a two-year renaming to "Pontiac Hills."
Although the Paint Creek Trail is Michigan's oldest non-motorized railroad track, occasional elevators and renovations make it look as young as ever. Auburn competed near Pontiac as a city until the 1860s, when it lost its own prosperity, and the roads were laid out in 1826, but only after the Civil War and World War II. With an original population of about 1,000, Auburn competes with Pontiac in terms of population, although it did not compete with Pontiac as an independent city in the 1850s or 1870s. With an original population of about 2,500 people and a street built in 1826, Auburn lost its prosperity in the 1861s and 1870s.
The Trolley Line Trail, which opened in 2009, runs from the north of Vienna through the city of Clio to the Saginaw County line on Willard Road, north to Vienna and then south to Auburn Hills. Jewett Trail is a 1.5 km trail that runs around the southern edge of Auburn Hill and the western end of downtown.
This is not to be confused with the homonymous city of Auburn, Michigan, which exists in Bay County near Saginaw Bay. Please do not confuse it with the similar but different name Auburn Hills in Michigan. One should not confuse this with this similar, but different, city in Alabama, which has a similar name but not the same name and is not even nearly as large as the similar named cities in Auburn Michigan that exist in the Bay County around SagginawBay.