About New Auburn

Welcome to New Auburn

New Auburn is a small town in Sibley County, just south of the bustling metropolis of Minneapolis. We are proud to be a part of the great state of Minnesota, and we would love to welcome you as our newest resident. See what the town of New Auburn is all about!

Near the big city

Nestled along the shores of High Island Lake, New Auburn is scenic, rural, and set apart from the activity of bigger towns. However, if you want a big city experience, we're only a stone's throw away. Just an hour away from Minneapolis, New Auburn is the best of both worlds.
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Over 150 years old

New Auburn was founded in 1856 and named after Auburn, New York, a small town in Central New York. Despite its small size, New Auburn has always been a trailblazer, opening a post office in 1857 as one of the first in the state.

Small town charm

There's nothing wrong with small! Despite a population of under 500 residents, New Auburn is a close-knit community. Our town is like a family, and we're all proud to be members of a bright and blossoming town.
Call New Auburn home!
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