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Auburn-Opelika Metropolitan Area

Coordinates: 32°37′54.69″N 85°28′54.74″W / 32.6318583°N 85.4818722°W / 32.6318583; -85.4818722

Auburn-Opelika
Map of Auburn Metropolitan Area

Common name: Auburn Metropolitan Area
Largest city Auburn
Other cities  - Opelika
Population  Ranked 285th in the U.S.
 – Total 135,883 (2009 est.)
 – Density N/A /sq. mi. 
N/A /km2
Area N/A sq. mi.
N/A km2
Country  }
State(s)  Alabama
Elevation   
 – Highest point 928 ft (283 m) feet ( m)
 – Lowest point N/A feet (N/A m)

The Auburn Metropolitan Area—officially the Auburn-Opelika, Alabama Metropolitan Statistical Area[1][2][3]—is a metro area in east-central Alabama with a 2009 population of 135,883. It was the 19th fastest growing metro area in the United States between 1990 and 2000. The Auburn Metro area consists of Lee County, and includes the cities of Auburn (population 57,833), Opelika (population 27,443), and the northernmost portion of Phenix City (population 31,100).

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