Neighborhood Liaisons help residents, homeowners' associations (HOA) and businesses connect to valuable information, access services and discover community resources.
The block party is a wonderful way to create better relationships with your neighbors and strengthen the community. Aurora allows neighbors to temporarily block off their streets.
Working on behalf of all Aurora residents, the Community Relations Division advocates for the effective use of available human, community and social service resources in Aurora.
While you may perceive your fence as a property line, a coyote, fox, or great horned owl does not. Learn how to co-exist peacefully with the native wildlife in our community.
The city provides up to $60,000 a year in Neighborhood Beautification Grants. Learn more about the 2016 grant program, and find out which projects were funded in 2015.
Lost or found a stray pet? Looking for one to adopt? Need a license for your cat or dog? Having problems with your pet or a neighbor's? The Animal Services Division can help.
A community garden is a shared green space created and cultivated by volunteers to grow produce and flowers, and can be incorporated into neighborhoods, parks and open space.
Aurora created a Fence Replacement Program that offers masonry and composite-material fence styles that are much more durable than wood fences and are maintained by the city.
Mediation is a communication and problem solving process used to assist people in conflict to resolve their differences. This service is offered free to residents by the city of Aurora.
The city of Aurora has programs dedicated to the improvement of quality of life and reducing the fear of crime in our community, which is the safest large city in Colorado.
Original Aurora Renewal helps neighborhoods in northwest Aurora help themselves to increase the quality of life and promote long-term community health, safety and resilience.