Welcome to the Office of the Mayor!

Mayor Tom Mrakas was sworn-in on Tuesday, December 4, 2018.

 

Mayor Tom Mrakas

On behalf of The Town of Aurora and Aurora Town Council, I would like to welcome residents and visitors to our website.  

This site offers an abundance of information about life and business in Aurora, a beautiful community with an ideal combination of small town friendliness and modern urban amenities.

If you have questions or concerns, I would be happy to speak with you.​​​​

Inaugural Address

Tom Mrakas
Mayor of Aurora 
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About Mayor Mrakas
Mayor Mrakas is currently serving his first term as Mayor for the Town of Aurora.  Prior to being elected as Mayor in 2018, he was a Councillor from 2014 to 2018.  Mayor Mrakas represents the Town of Aurora at Regional Council as part of his Mayoral duties. 


Mayor Mrakas has resided in the Town of Aurora for over 14 years and has been actively involved in the community.  He has volunteered and participated in several fundraising and community events such as the Magna Hoedown, the Terry Fox Run, the Big Bike for Heart and Stroke and many more.

Mayor Mrakas has been a member of a variety of committees and boards:

  • Chair, Parks and Recreation Committee

  • Chair, Environmental Advisory Committee

  • Chair, Trails and Active Transportation Committee

  • Chair, Citizen Recognition Award Committee

  • Member, Central York Fire Services Joint Council Committee

  • Member, Board of Directors, Cultural Centre

Mayor Mrakas is recognized provincially and nationally for his work on OMB reforms and served as Chair of the OMB Working Group and Planning Committee.  This committee included municipal delegates from across Ontario who advocated on behalf of municipal governments for greater control in land use planning disputes and decisions affecting their communities.

Prior to entering politics, Mayor Mrakas ran a small business and understands the importance of supporting small business and their contributions to local economy.  He supported the revitalization of Aurora’s downtown core and Library Square and Cultural Precinct plan.

Mayor Mrakas believes in leadership that delivers results by actively engaging the community in identifying priority issues and working collaboratively with colleagues to implement solutions to those issues.

 Mayor's Charity Golf Classic

logo for Charity Golf Classic

For the last 22 years, minus a short hiatus, the Golf Classic has always been a fun round of golf and more importantly, helping to raise funds that will help better our community by supporting not-for-profit and community organizations along with individuals in Aurora who may need assistance.

 

Application to Receive Funding Form