Auburn is one of the oldest towns in the Pacific Northwest and one of Washington's earliest cities, dating back to 1891. Auburn is centrally located between Tacoma and Seattle, Washington's two largest cities. Auburn has experienced sudden growth in recent years. New businesses have moved into the community, while others have expanded, and efforts are currently underway to encourage additional businesses to relocate to this business-friendly city.
CLICK HERE to visit the website of the City of Auburn Economic Development Department
CLICK HERE to visit the City of Auburn "Buy Local Auburn" website
CLICK HERE to learn more about the Auburn Innovation Partnership
CLICK HERE to learn more about the Auburn Business Incubator
The cities of Algona and Pacific are interwoven with the larger, nearby city of Auburn, and the tri-city region is represented collectively by the Auburn Area CONNECT Chamber of Commerce. The mayors of each of these cities work collaboratively for the betterment of the region. Each city offers its own amenities and unique charm. Algona is a small community of 1.3 square miles and Pacific of only 2.4 square miles. Though small, these communities are positively affecting the continued growth and success of the region, spanning the border of King and Pierce counties.
CLICK HERE to visit the website of the City of Algona
CLICK HERE to visit the website of the City of Pacific Economic Development Department