With more than 282,930 residents, Aurora is Colorado’s third largest city. This dynamic metropolitan area draws an increasing number of visitors, businesses and residents each year. A thriving commerce base of more than 12,300 businesses fuels the economy, taking advantage of the quality workforce within the area and keeping unemployment rates comparatively low.
Renowned cultural and recreational offerings abound in Aurora, ranging from skiing and hiking to theater and an award-winning sports community. In fact, Aurora was designated as the Sports Illustrated 50th Anniversary Sports Town for the state of Colorado.
Aurora is a cosmopolitan city with a rural ambiance, making it a distinctly unique place to live. Quality educational opportunities and access to state-of-the-art healthcare help shape the community, while progressive thinking and continuous improvement keep the city current and ready to meet future community needs.