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Some of the cities, towns, and places in Oakland County are Addison Township, Andersonville, Auburn Hills, Austin Corners, Berkley, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Charter Township, Bloomfield Hills, Brandon Charter Township, Brandon Gardens, Campbells Corner, Charing Cross, Clarkston, Clawson, Clintonville, Clyde, Commerce, Commerce Charter Township, Davisburg, Drayton Plains, East Highland, Elizabeth Lake, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Fenton, Ferndale, Five Points, Four Towns, Franklin, Genesee County, Gingellville, Glengary, Goodison, Groveland Corners, Groveland Township, Hazel Park, Hickory Ridge, Highland, Highland Charter Township, Holly, Holly Township, Huntington Woods, Huron Heights, Independence Charter Township, Jossman Acres, Keego Harbor, Kensington, Lake Angelus, Lake Orion, Lake Orion Heights, Lakeville, Lathrup Village, Leonard, Lyon Charter Township, Madison Heights, Milford, Milford Charter Township, New Hudson, Newark, Northville, Novi, Novi Township, Oak Grove, Oak Park, Oakland Charter Township, Oakley Park, Oakwood, Orchard Lake Village, Orion Charter Township, Ortonville, Oxbow, Oxford, Oxford Charter Township, Perry Lake Heights, Pleasant Ridge, Pontiac, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Rose Center, Rose Corners, Rose Township, Royal Oak, Royal Oak Charter Township, Rudds Mill, Seven Harbors, South Lyon, Southfield, Southfield Township, Springfield, Springfield Charter Township, Sylvan Lake, Thomas, Troy, Union Lake, Walled Lake, Walters, Waterford Charter Township, Waterford Village, Waterstone, Wayne County, West Bloomfield Charter Township, West Highland, Westacres, White Lake, White Lake Charter Township, Wixom, Wolverine Lake

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Oakland County is a county in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is a principal county of the Detroit metropolitan area, containing the bulk of Detroit's northern suburbs. Its county seat is Pontiac, and its largest city is Troy. As of the 2020 Census, its population was 1,274,395, making it the second-most populous county in Michigan (behind neighboring Wayne County), and the largest county in the United States without a city of 100,000 residents. Founded in 1819 and organized in 1820, Oakland County is composed of 62 cities, villages, and townships. In 2010, Oakland County was among the ten wealthiest counties in the United States to have over one million residents. It is also home to Oakland University, a large public institution that straddles the border between the cities of Auburn Hills and Rochester Hills.