We love Aurora so much that one of our Team Members calls it home! Aurora is a place of beauty, progress, and culture. Here are a few things we find interesting about Aurora Colorado from https://www.auroragov.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_1881137/File/City%20Hall/Media/Meida%20Kit/005515.pdf
Welcome to Aurora, Colorado
(Updated June 2015)
Colorado’s safest large city—and one of the safest in America—is a place where more than 351,000 residents enjoy a comfortable way of life and a wealth of opportunity. Aurora residents enjoy access to quality education, convenient urban living, family friendly neighborhoods and a strong job market.
Situated on prairie grasslands, rolling hills and the Black Forest’s northern tip, Aurora offers a unique quality of life that blends an old-fashioned sense of community with a range of outdoor and leisure activities. The city spans three counties in the eastern Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area, and is the state’s third largest city and the 54th largest in the country.
Name and City Government Structure
Founded in 1891, the city of Aurora was originally named Fletcher by its founder, former Chicago resident Donald
Fletcher. In 1907, the town changed its name to Aurora.
Council/city manager form of government: Mayor, six council ward representatives and four at-large member