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Residential Property Maintenance

The city of Aurora has a commitment to provide safe living conditions for all its residents. It takes a cooperative effort of investors, owners, tenants and the city to achieve a successful property maintenance program.

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The Neighborhood Support Division serves the city of Aurora through the admininistration and enforcement of the Aurora Municipal Code of Ordinances in addition to the International Codes adopted for Fire, Zoning, Building, Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical requirements. Neighborhood Support Staff helps to promote self-reliance towards a positive physical image of the city and works hard to find ways to get residents to work together so everyone can be a part of the solution.

The purpose of Code Enforcement is to enhance the community and uphold property values by enforcing minimum maintenance requirements of residential and business property. Certified Code Enforcement Officers respond to complaints and patrol their assigned areas proactively to identify code violations. When a violation is found, property owners and/or occupants are then given a specified time to correct the violation. Failure to comply with a Notice of Violation may result in property abatement and/or receiving a Summons to appear in court.

To report a code violation, please call 303-739-7000 or make a report online.

Vacant and Abandoned Properties

The city of Aurora requires all
vacant property be registered online

City of Aurora Municipal Code, Chapter 22, Abandoned Residential Property Registration Section 22-641:

It is the purpose and intent of the city of Aurora City Council, through the adoption of this chapter, to establish an abandoned residential property registration program as a mechanism to protect residential neighborhoods from becoming blighted through the lack of adequate maintenance and security of abandoned properties.

These contractors attended the “Water Smart Contractor Training” class that was put on by the city of Aurora. The goal of this class was to ensure contractors understand and follow the codes and policies of the city of Aurora when conducting work within the city. For questions or more information please contact the office of Water Conservation at 303-739-7351. 
Contractors can learn more about our processes and expectations
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