In 1992, Auburndale was named as a “Florida Main Street” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. In 1997, The Auburndale Chamber of Commerce joined forces with the Redevelopment Association. Unique bistros and shops line the downtown streets. Residential restorations enhance the nostalgia.
The distinct architectural styles of City Hall and the Victorian, Ephriam M. Baynard House Museum, offer glimpses into reasons why Auburndale was chosen by its industrious founders and settlers.
The sense of community pride infiltrates the business community. Major corporations such as Coca-Cola, Cutrale Citrus USA and Bright House Networks find Auburndale a wonderful place to do booming business, while respecting the quiet atmosphere of the city. Environmental preservation was established here, before it was popular elsewhere.
Serene, clean and always green, enjoy recently renovated parks, lakes, and excellent educational, recreational and sports facilities. The Auburndale Civic Center is a cultural hub for its approximate 12,000 residents. Major interstates and highways lead to the “road less traveled” life in Auburndale.
Tucked in between Winter Haven and Lakeland, you’ll have access to the best of both worlds, as well as Disney World and other major attractions. But, if your idea of home, is a quiet place of relaxation and restoration, then Auburndale may be just the right place for you.
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