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City of Aurora announces Juneteenth closures

City of Aurora announces Juneteenth closures
Posted on 06/13/2024
Three flags in front of the Aurora Municipal Center

In observance of Juneteenth, some city of Aurora locations will be closed or have adjusted hours Wednesday, June 19, 2024.

• All municipal offices and courts, closed

• All libraries, closed. Aurora Public Library no longer charges late fees on overdue items; no holds expire on closed days.

• Aurora Animal Shelter, closed. For urgent animal-related matters that cannot wait until the next business day, call 303.627.3100.

• Aurora Center for Active Adults, open

• Aurora History Museum, closed

• Aurora Reservoir, open  

• Beck Recreation Center and Indoor Pool, open

• Bicentennial Art Center, closed

• Central Recreation Center, open

• Expo Community Center and eSports Lounge, open

• Golf courses, open (weather permitting)

• Moorhead Recreation Center, open

• Morrison Nature Center, closed

• Plains Conservation Center, closed

• Pools (outdoor) and Spraygrounds: Outdoor pools (Aqua Vista, Del Mar Aquatic Center, Meadow Hills, Parklane, Pheasant Run and Village Green) as well as spraygrounds (Great Plains Park and Red-tailed Hawk Park) open for the summer season. Pools have various schedules; visit for full details.

• Preschool Classes, closed

• Quincy Reservoir, open 

• Senac Creek Nature Center, closed

• Southeast Recreation Center and Fieldhouse, open

• Utah Indoor Pool, open


On city holidays, payment for parking at on-street parking meters and commuter pay permit zones is not required. All other posted regulatory parking restrictions remain in effect and are enforced.

Not affected by the holiday closures are the Detention Center, Police, Fire Rescue and Aurora911 operations.

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