North Auburn is a neighborhood in Auburn, Washington, bordering the western shore of the Green River up to 277th Street. North Auburn extends west to the West Valley Highway and south to Highway 18. This neighborhood is home to Auburn Municipal Airport, although Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is only a 20-minute commute to the north. Auburn is an ideal midpoint between Seattle and Tacoma, offering equal access to both cities and all of their amenities. The Sounder Train provides regular and quick public transportation to Seattle from Auburn.
North Auburn abuts Isaac Evans Park and Auburn Golf Course, both of which are good places to get exercise and enjoy the outdoors. Auburn is one of the oldest settlements in the Pacific Northwest, and the Auburn community has a rich sense of history.The residents' continual dedication to preserving their historic landmarks makes the area unique architecturally and culturally. Auburn has a wide array of things to do, with biannual art walks, a weekly farmers market and a community garden program. Other notably places to visit include the White River Valley Museum, Mary Olson Farm and Super Mall of the Great Northwest.