Thank you to everyone who came to one of the three Community Meetings to review and discuss the draft Aurora Places Plan! Your insights and feedback are critical to the planning process and ensuring that this Comprehensive Plan meets the needs of the Aurora community. If you were unable to attend and wish to see […]
The Draft Aurora Places Plan is available for public review. This is the final opportunity for community members to ensure the Plan addresses the needs of the community before it gets adopted. Go to the Documents page to download the plan and take a survey to provide your feedback.
Public workshops to review the draft plan and provide feedback have been announced. This is the final round of outreach to ensure that community wants and needs are present in the Aurora Places Plan. Check the Public Workshops section on the Get Involved page for more details.
We have been working diligently over the past several months to draft the Aurora Places Comprehensive Plan. We have continued to meet with various commissions, committees and councils to discuss plan recommendations and receive feedback. The next round of public outreach to discuss the plan is slated to begin late spring/early summer. Be sure to check back […]
On Monday, August 24, Planetizen, a prominent website devoted to the urban planning sector, released an article titled “Aurora Rising”. The article identifies Aurora as a “rapidly diversifying community to watch as planning for cultural inclusion, social equity, and environmental sustainability become priorities for the American city.” Read the full article here.
A second round of public engagement has begun! This round will support the visioning process for Aurora Place and help establish direction for the City over next 5, 10, and 15 years! Through in-person events and online outreach, we want your help to create a vision for what Aurora will look like in the future! This […]
Welcome to the project website for Aurora Places! This website will be used as a tool for public outreach throughout the planning process. All project news and events will be posted here in the future. Check back soon for information about community and business workshops!
Last year, more than 2,300 people identified priorities, assets, and opportunities in Aurora during the first phase of public outreach for Aurora Places—a plan for the city’s future. Public workshops, surveys, focus groups, and online outreach provided a way for residents to pinpoint important issues facing the city. Now it’s time for you to share […]