Making up half of Denver’s population, suburban Aurora is
practically its own city in size. The city was founded in the 1880s
and has a vibrant history. In 1965 Aurora had the first woman
mayor of a U.S. city with a population over 60,000 – Mayor Norma
Walker. Today the town continues in its tradition of diversity and
unique stories; it’s a vibrant and inviting environment to live in.

Aurora is filled with culture, home to people from many
backgrounds and countries living in its many subdivisions.

With over 100 parks and nearly 6,000 acres of natural and open
space, Aurora is a perfect representation of why Metro Denver is
so great. Multiple farms, ranches, golf areas, and museums keep
Aurora an always vibrant and an ever-exciting place to live.

City of Aurora website


City Park
Del Mar
Havana Heights Park
Fairplay Park 

To Downtown 30 minutes
To DIA 25 minutes
To DTC 20 minutes
County Adams/Arapahoe
Size 154.3 square miles

Aurora Reservoir
Dry Dock Brewing Company
Aurora History Museum
Vintage Theater
Southlands Shopping Center