Mayor Coffman Weekly Update - March 27, 2021

Mayor Coffman Weekly Update - March 27, 2021
Posted on 04/02/2021
During April, Join Me in the National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation
Celebrate Earth Month by participating in the National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. With your support, Aurora can remain one of the top water-wise cities in the country. Join me and the Aurora City Council in the pledge to save water.

The challenge was created by the nonprofit Wyland Foundation to protect watersheds and ecosystems, save costs for consumers, promote drought resiliency, and save infrastructure and operating costs for cities. The campaign encourages people from all walks of life to conserve water and other natural resources to help ensure a sustainable future for all our communities.

Participants will be eligible to receive hundreds of prizes, including water-saving devices, gift cards to home improvement stores, eco-friendly cleaning supplies and more. If our city receives the highest percentage of pledges in our population category, the grand prize of $3,000 will go to one lucky winner.

Pledge any time during the month of April and join your fellow Aurora residents in this effort to conserve water. Make your pledge at

Summer Camps Registration Opens April 5
Whether it’s soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, flag football and golf camps that gets children’s adrenaline pumping or nature, cooking or aquatics that piques their interest, the city has a camp for children of all ages and interests this summer.

Preschool and teen camps ensure even our youngest and oldest participants are making friends, learning new skills and exploring all that Aurora has to offer. All summer camps follow COVID-19-related safety protocols.

To see a full summer camp listing starting April 5, visit or call 303.326.8650. For other fun programs happening now, visit

“Mayor Mike Live” Friday, April 2
This Friday, At Large Council Member Angela Lawson will join "Mayor Mike Live" to discuss a new ordinance that requires more transparency for lobbying activities in Aurora; also, a representative from the city's Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department will join me to talk about the opening of summer camps. Join the conversation with your questions. You can ask now or on Friday, April 2 from 3 to 3:30 p.m. The show is also live streamed on

COVID-19 Testing Site Extended Through June 30
The state recently provided additional funding to allow community testing sites to continue through the end of June. Open Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Aurora Center for Active Adults parking lot, 30 Del Mar Circle, at Del Mar Park, the 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 required.

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