Council Member Town
Council members are
eager to hear from residents and committed to forums in which those
conversations can occur, but the format and structure of town meetings may
be affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Please visit AuroraGov.org/Council to check the latest information on meeting
City Council Regular
Monday, June 22,
View this meeting
online at AuroraTV.org and cable channels 8 and 880. You may also
listen to the meeting by phone (see AuroraGov.org for details). In advance of the meeting,
submit a comment for Public Invited To Be Heard or an individual agenda
item to email@example.com. Please indicate in your email whether you
want your comment read into the record at the meeting or simply forwarded
to mayor and City Council. Staff will read the first three minutes of any
comment into the record as requested. Comments will also be accepted in
advance of the meeting by phone by calling the City Clerk’s Office at
Virtual Town Hall
Thursday, June 18, 5
to 6:30 p.m.
Animal Services will
be hosting a Virtual Town Hall to answer questions related to the proposed
revisions of Chapter 14 Animal Code, specifically dog breed restrictions
ordinance (pit bulls). Join at AuroraGov.org/AnimalOrdinance or by calling 720.650.7664 (access code 146
Join Aurora Mayor
Mike Coffman on his weekly live stream of "Mayor Mike Live" on Facebook and AuroraTV.org. Mayor Mike will be answering
questions so get yours ready.
Chief of Police
Finalists Virtual Town Hall
The city is hosting
a virtual town hall with the finalists for the Chief of Aurora Police
Department position. Community members are invited to join online at AuroraTV.org, on Comcast 8/880 in Aurora or by phone to
hear from the finalists and ask their questions. Questions can be submitted
in advance of the town hall at AuroraGov.org/PoliceChiefTownHall.
Aurora Mobile Food
Wednesday, June 24,
10 a.m. to until food has been distributed
In partnership with
Aurora Interfaith Community Services, the city of Aurora is distributing at
least 9,000 meals every week at various locations throughout the city.
Photo ID or proof of Aurora residency is required. All Aurora households
are eligible. Food for pets is also available, as well as emergency food
kits for those experiencing homelessness. For questions, call 720.557.6444
or visit AuroraGov.org/MobileFoodPantry.
Gateway High School,
1300 S. Sable Blvd
Library's Summer of
Explore the World
While Staying at Home
Do you feel a little
shut off from the rest of the world during the Stay-at-Home order? Some
city programs have some great ways for you to stay connected.
Aurora Dance Arts: On
its Facebook page, Aurora
Dance Arts is providing live online dance classes, with some of their
fabulous faculty teaching from home, dance tutorials and dance challenge
videos, and various other online resources for dancers and families.
Aurora Public Library: The
library has daily storytime on Facebook,
ebooks, audiobooks and other remote-access tools, Learn at Home activities,
Do It Yourself projects, virtual field trips to museums, national parks,
etc., and more. Aurora Public Schools students can access most library
databases using their student ID number.
Art in Public Places: The
city’s Art in Public Places program has a downloadable coloring book
featuring some of the most popular public arts in Aurora. Visit its Facebook page to
download your free copy.
The People’s Building: Aurora's
newest cultural facility is creating a series of videos on its Facebook and Instagram titled
“Six Feet Apart,” which profiles some of the artists and performers who
will be showcased at the building once we return to healthier times.