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Neighborhood/HOA Support

Neighborhood Leader Network: Virtual Kick-off Meeting 
Are you a leader in your neighborhood or part of a neighborhood group? The city of Aurora is looking to form a neighborhood leader network to better support Aurora neighborhood groups thrive. Share your ideas and brainstorm with other leaders on what this network should look like and how it can support the continued growth of neighborhood relationships.

Email language@auroragov.org by Oct. 19 for interpretation assistance. 

Contact Meg Allen, neighborhood liaison, with questions at mkallen@auroragov.org or 303.739.7258. 


Neighborhood Liaison Program

Neighborhood Liaisons help residents and businesses connect to valuable information, access services and programs, discover community resources, and develop self-reliance through capacity building.

Contact Your Neighborhood Liaison


Neighborhood Registration Referral

Register your neighborhood, community group, business association or homeowners' association with the liaison program and you will receive notice of nearby proposed developments and have the opportunity to comment on these applications. Once registered, your neighborhood will receive information about events, programs of interest and important city notifications. The registration is free. Contact your neighborhood liaison to register.


Neighborhood News

Signup for news and information about city issues distributed by email through Housing and Community Services. To get on the list, send your name, neighborhood organization and email address to hcsadmin@auroragov.org or call 303.739.7280.


Neighborhood Engagement Plans

Each neighborhood is unique in its people, its organization and its challenges, and no one understands that better than the residents who live there. To create a better level of understanding between a neighborhood and the city, liaisons will host and facilitate a neighborhood meeting that includes city personnel from various departments to listen to residents identify and prioritize issues they see facing their community. A plan will be created to identify ways the city and residents can work collaboratively to improve upon areas of concern. Examples of potential topics include traffic, pets and wildlife, neighborhood maintenance and public safety.


Traffic Calming Campaign

The Neighborhood Liaison Traffic Calming Campaign program has been combined with Traffic Engineering's Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program. For more information and to apply, please visit the Traffic Calming Program page.


Neighbor-to-Neighbor Roundtables

This is a great opportunity to network with other neighborhood leaders on topics of mutual interest or concern. These smaller, informal meetings are held during the evenings at a central location throughout the year. Topics have included Internet development and communication, fraud prevention, effective organizing, leadership development, planning review training and much more. The roundtables are free and open to all Aurora residents and businesses.

Neighbor-to-Neighbor Roundtable Upcoming Meetings

Check back soon for information on upcoming meetings.

Round table meeting

Resources and Grants

Contact your neighborhood liaison to discover available resources and grant possibilities for community-building activities and project development and maintenance. Neighborhood liaisons partner with various city departments and outside resources to provide opportunities for a neighborhood's special projects and ongoing needs.


Facilitation and Negotiation

Helping keep lines of communication open between neighbors, the liaisons can arrange and facilitate neighborhood meetings.

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