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Founded in 1891 as Fletcher, the town was renamed “Aurora” in 1907. Aurora was selected by The National Civic League as an All-American city in 2008. Birthplace to our current Secretary of State, John Kerry, Aurora is a large metropolitan area with its own flavor.
Since incorporation in 1929, Aurora has become quite the city for many people. It grew from a small town to one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. Proud of not being just a suburb of Denver, Aurora is the third most populous city in Colorado. North Aurora spans two counties, Adams and Arapahoe, and is located east of Denver. Aurora North borders Denver neighborhoods Stapleton and Lowry. It is located right near the main highway of I-225 for easy access to Downtown Denver and other south metro area cities.
Aurora has a large military presence, and is home to Buckley Air Force Base, the largest employer in Aurora and one of the only Air Force bases in the US to house all five branches of the military. Eleven colleges and universities are in Aurora, along with the Fitzsimons redevelopment which is home to the University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus and the Fitzsimons Life Science District. Also in the area is the Children’s Hospital. Largest employers outside of education and medicine include Raytheon, ADT Security Systems, and Lockheed Martin. In addition to new development, you can find the recently renovated Aurora Mall on this side of town for your shopping purposes along with plenty of restaurants.
With close proximity to Denver and both Denver International and Front Range Airports, Aurora’s official nickname is “The Gateway to the Rocky Mountains.” North Aurora is “old town” Aurora, as the housing is mostly wood-frame ranches built in the 1940’s – 1950’s. Aurora North offers the conveniences of living near Denver neighborhoods without living in Denver.
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Aurora North is part of the Aurora School System.
|Altura||Arkansas||Aurora Frontier P-8|
|Boston K-8||Century||Clyde Miller P-8|
|Elkhart||Fletcher Community School||Fulton Academy of Excellence|
|Montview||Murphy Creek P-8||Paris|
|Side Creek||Sixth Avenue||Tollgate|
|Vassar||Virgina Court||Vista PEAK Exploratory P-8|
|Wheeling IB World School||Yale|
|Aurora Hills||Aurora West College Prep Academy (6-12)|
|Columbia||North M.S. Health Sciences & Technology Campus|
|APS Online High School||Aurora West College Preparatory Academy (6-12)|
|Rangeview||Vista PEAK Preparatory||William Smith|
North – Hampden Avenue
South – Belleview Avenue
East – S. Monaco Street
West – S. Clarkson Street
Denver Tech Center: 4 mi. (10 min)
Downtown Denver: 10.5 mi. (18 min)
Cherry Creek North: 5.5 mi. (13 min)
Denver Property Tax Rate: Approx. .1.0% of actual value (eg: Actual value: $1,000,000 Property taxes: $10,000)
|PREMIER PUBLIC COURSES
Green Valley Ranch Golf Club
Aurora Parks & Open Space
Aurora Places of Worship
|6th Avenue United Church
3205 E. 6th Avenue
Eighth Avenue Baptist Church
Bonnie Brae Baptist Church
Central Christian Church
Cherry Creek Community Church
Christ Church United Methodist
Epiphany Episcopal Church
|Good Shepherd Catholic School Catholic Church
2626 E. 7th Avenue
Grace Lutheran Church
Lowry Community Christian
St. Augustine Orthodox Church
National Jewish Medical Center
Presbyterian St. Luke’s
Rose Medical Center
Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital
US Veteran’s Medical Center
Aurora, Culture & Entertainment
Children’s Museum of Denver
Colorado History Museum
Denver Art Museum
Denver Botanic Gardens
Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA)
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Four Mile Historic Park
Molly Brown Museum
Cherry Creek Shopping Center
Cherry Creek, one of the Rocky Mountain region’s premier shopping destinations, features natural lighting and beautiful sculptures for an outdoor touch to more than 160 stores, including Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Ralph Lauren, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. Enjoy fine restaurants and an eight-screen, stadium-seating movie theater.
Cherry Creek North
Considered one of the most fashionable areas inside the Denver city limits, the Cherry Creek North neighborhood is home to some of Denver’s best restaurants and bars and streets filled with boutiques and art galleries.
Park Meadows Mall
Park Meadows located on I-25 and County Line Rd. is the newest of shopping malls. Built just 2 years ago, Park Meadows is a huge success. Nordstrom, Foley’s Dillards are just a few of the popular stores. Enjoy valet parking while you shop!
Lodo & Larimer Square
Designated a Historic District in 1988, LoDo is known for its design showrooms, antique and art galleries, turn-of-the-century Union Station and some 70-plus restaurants and bars. Larimer Square, Denver’s urban shopping and dining district, features restored Victorian buildings that display an array of high-fashion clothing, jewelry, art, gifts, contemporary furnishings and unique restaurants.
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