Center open for appointments and payments
The Aurora Municipal Center is
open to the public with limited hours for in-person appointments and
payments. In an effort to make doing business with the city more
convenient for customers, we also offer many services online at AuroraGov.org/OnlineServices. The public can access the building via the east doors
(facing Chambers Road) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday. Walk-in
payments are available for Water Billing Office and Cashier Services;
appointments are required for all other in-person services.
The reopening is
made possible through the new Appointment Center located on the first floor
of the Aurora Municipal Center, in the former Tax and Licensing Office next
to Water Billing. For in-person appointments, customers will check-in at
the Access Aurora desk and be escorted to the Appointment Center, where a
city staff member will be available, or technology provided to assist
customers. New signage is placed around the building directing the public
to the east entrance and providing details of the services provided.
appointments are suggested for customers who have challenges accessing
services online or prefer to do business in person. Residents can schedule
in-person appointments through each city department or contact Aurora
Access at 303.739.7000 or AuroraGov.org/ContactUs for
questions. Online city services are still available at AuroraGov.org/OnlineServices to
continue providing high-quality customer service to the community while
maximizing public and employee safety.
Share your thoughts about Aurora's business processes and
procedures at a public hearing at noon March 17 with the City
Council's Red Tape Reduction Committee.
Join the city in
combatting an unfortunate but inevitable side effect of Colorado winters.
During the city’s annual Pothole of the Month contest that is happening now
until April 30, the city will award a $25 gift certificate each month to
the resident who reports the largest pothole.
All potholes are
repaired within 24 hours, or by the next working day following the report,
weather permitting. There are three ways to submit a pothole: Visit
AuroraGov.org/ContactUs, search for street/median, enter the address and
description, and include your name, phone number and address in the
description field; email firstname.lastname@example.org
with your name, phone number, address and the pothole location; or call
303.326.8200. Visit AuroraGov.org to
read the complete contest rules.
Council members are
eager to hear from residents and committed to forums in which those
conversations can occur. Please visit AuroraGov.org/Council to confirm meeting dates and location
information, and to find links for joining virtual meetings. If you don't
know your council ward, go to AuroraGov.org and click on "Property Info."
Ward I (Crystal
Murillo) - Thursday, Feb. 24, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Moorhead Recreation
Center, 2390 Havana St.
Ward II (Steve
Sundberg) - Wednesday, March 16, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Central Recreation
Center, 18150 E. Vassar Place
Ward III (Ruben
Medina) - Wednesday, March 2, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Aurora Center for Active
Adults, 30 Del Mar Circle
Ward IV (Juan
Marcano) - Thursday, March 10, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Colorado Early Colleges,
1400 S. Abilene St.
Ward V (Alison
Coombs) - Tuesday, March 15, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Central Recreation
Center, 18150 E Vassar Place.
Ward VI (Françoise
Bergan) - Wednesday, March 23, 6 to 8 p.m., Heritage Eagle Bend Golf
Club, 23155 E. Heritage Parkway
City Council Regular
Monday, Feb. 28,
Offered in a hybrid
format, with the public able to participate in person at the Aurora
Municipal Center, 15151 E. Alameda Parkway, or remotely by calling
855.695.3475 (press *3 to speak to an operator to join the queue to speak
on agenda items or during the Public Invited to be Heard). View the meeting
online at AuroraTV.org or on cable channels 8 and 880.
Visit AuroraGov.org/CouncilMeetings for the agenda.
Mayor Mike Live
Thursday, Feb. 24,
3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
This show has moved
to an hour-long format airing every last Thursday of the month, with
continued conversations led by Mayor Mike Coffman and Aurora City Council
members on various community-based topics. Joining the mayor this
month are At-Large Council Member Dustin Zvonek, Joshua Nicholas of Aurora
Police Community Relations, Tina Buneta of Aurora 911, and Courtney Tassin
of the Aurora Mobile Response Team.
The Aurora City
Council’s Red Tape Reduction Committee wants to hear from businesses,
community groups and others about their experiences working through
development planning, permitting, review and other processes.
Visit EngageAurora.org/RedTape to sign up to speak or provide online
feedback. An additional public hearing is scheduled for 6 p.m. April 20.
The RIDE (formerly
Saturday, Feb. 26,
family-friendly improv with laughter and music.
Created as a
first-time concert experience, the Aurora Symphony Orchestra Young People's
Concerts are fully bilingual English/Spanish events designed to give
younger audiences a shorter music presentation, along with stories and fun
entertainment for music lovers of all ages.
Campus employees and visitors, along with area residents and business
owners, are invited to access a virtual open house to learn more about
planned improvements for travelers on Montview Boulevard through the
Noon to 7 p.m. seven
days a week (times are subject to change)
drive-through clinic supported by Jogan Health and the city of Aurora. The
clinic offers Pfizer and Moderna, first, second and booster shots. Pfizer
pediatric shots for ages 5 to 11 require an appointment (see website for
Campus south parking lot, 15151 E. Alameda Parkway
Thursday 2/24 -
Delayed opening until 10 a.m. due to severe cold weather
Free testing for
COVID-19 is provided to anyone who wants to be tested, especially those who
have symptoms. No appointment is necessary. No doctor referral, no health
insurance, and no proof of identification are required. Online registration in advance is preferred but is not
Aurora Center for
Active Adults parking lot, 30 Del Mar Circle, at Del Mar Park
The Rise of the
Aurora Suburb during the Cold War
Open through April
Join the Aurora
History Museum & Historic Sites for an in-person exploration of
Aurora's economic prosperity and suburban expansion during the Cold War.
The exhibit includes local stories experienced by Aurora residents during
the Cold War to enrich the understanding of the period. Learn more at Aurora History Museum.Free admission. The
museum is open Tuesday to Sunday.
Museum, 15515 E. Alameda Parkway
Without a Home in
Open through May 29
is a key issue facing Aurora, and to build a wider understanding of people
who are often overlooked, misunderstood or unheard, staff at the Aurora
History Museum engaged in an oral history project on the streets of the
city. Learn more at Aurora History Museum. Free admission. The museum is open Tuesday