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City Center Visioning Study

Aurora’s City Center area—the area east of I-225 and flanking Alameda Parkway to the north and south—has seen significant investment in new shopping, services and restaurants in recent years. But there’s potentially much more to come, with much development interest in the area and opportunities for investment that could transform the area even further. 

To help shape and support this development interest, the city plans to create a vision and development framework for this area. There will be several opportunities along the way to share your thoughts about the right mix of housing, shopping, jobs, entertainment, recreation and other activities that could be a part of City Center and what will draw people to this area for years to come.

For questions, contact Daniel Krzyzanowski at 303.739.7187 or [email protected].

Public Meeting No. 1

Public outreach opportunities were originally scheduled to start in April, but were postponed due to COVID-19.

Thank you to everyone who attended the August 2020 virtual meeting. A recording of the meeting is now posted.

View the slides from the virtual meeting.

The August virtual public meeting was the first in a series of two meetings in which participants will learn about development opportunities in the City Center area and share their vision for how City Center grows and evolves in the coming years.

The meeting featured a series of local speakers discussing opportunities for growth and investment in the area, including the topics of retail and restaurants, housing, office and employment, entertainment and hospitality, small and locally owned businesses, and marketing and branding.

Those who were unable to attend Aug. 6 may view the recorded meeting online.

Public Meeting No. 2

The city of Aurora a second and final virtual public meeting related to its City Center Visioning Study in October 2020.

This second meeting provided an update on the feedback and survey results from the first round of public input. Participants had time to share additional thoughts on important topics facing City Center’s future, including transportation, public spaces, housing, employment, shopping, dining and identity for this important area.


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