Posted on Friday, August 14, 2020 08:44 AM
On Wednesday, August 12, 2020, the Ontario government, in partnership with the federal government, announced it is providing necessary funding to the 444 municipalities in Ontario, including the Town of Aurora. Aurora will receive $1,298,500 and the funds will be allocated to municipal pressures associated with the COVID-19 pandemic under the Safe Restart Agreement.
“I am pleased to announce that the province and the federal government, will be supporting the local municipalities in Ontario and providing...
Posted on Thursday, August 13, 2020 09:11 AM
Recently, there have been some derogatory remarks regarding the Rainbow Sidewalk project that was approved by Aurora Town Council and will be installed in late August in our downtown core at Yonge Street and Wellington Street. The Town of Aurora is a community that embodies diversity and inclusiveness, and is committed to the Inclusion Charter initiatives of creating a sense of belonging in the community and reducing hate crime. The Town is focused on creating an environment where everyone...
Posted on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 05:49 PM
The Town of Aurora is now offering e-billing for water/wastewater bills. Residents can now elect to receive their water/wastewater bills electronically through email. Both residential and commercial customers are eligible for this service.
e-Billing allows your water/wastewater bill to be delivered directly to your email inbox three weeks before the due date. This option is an environmentally friendly choice that saves on paper and preserves trees.
The Town will not be responsible for...
Posted on Thursday, August 06, 2020 03:35 PM
Roadway Reconstruction of Holman Crescent, Johnson Road, Baldwin Road, and Browning Court
Roadway reconstruction of Holman Crescent, Johnson Road, Baldwin Road, and Browning Court continues throughout the month of August. Over the next few weeks, crews will be installing water mains & continuing the installation of catch basins & sanitary services.
Roadway Reconstruction of Adair Drive, Bailey Crescent, Davidson Road, and Harriman Road
Reconstruction of Adair Drive, Bailey Crescent,...
Posted on Wednesday, August 05, 2020 10:54 AM
The Town of Aurora invites local artists to submit an application to participate in the Aurora’s Downtown Street Wall Mural Program. The program will allow experienced local artists the opportunity to beautify Aurora while reducing graffiti and providing a real connection and revived energy to our downtown core.
“I believe Aurora’s Downtown Street Wall Mural program will create a sense of pride, reduce graffiti and tagging and promote community beautification. These murals will provide...