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Aurora leaders travel to El Salvador. The goal? To strengthen our economic and civic ties with the Central American country which has a large presence in our city. Plus, Aurora teams up with other communities to put an end to “slow speeding;” Bird E-scooters landed in Aurora last spring – have you checked them out and how Aurora’s Art in Public Places program benefits businesses and all of us. Those stories and more this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora’s Mayor Leads a Delegation to El Salvador for an Economic & Civic Mission

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month:  Meet the Dean of the CU College of Nursing in Aurora, Eli Provencio-Vasquez

Celebrate, “Global Fest” on AuroraTV

Help the City Decide How to Spend Funds from the American Rescue Plan Act

Help Aurora’s Young People by Giving Feedback Through the Community Youth Survey

More on Aurora’s New Mobile Community Response Team

Aurora Teams Up with Other Cities to Prevent Slow Speeding

What You Need to Know about Bird E-Scooters in Aurora

APS Celebrates the Grand Opening of Harmony Ridge P-8

The Colorado Freedom Memorial Raises the Freedom Flag

PSA #1:  Eat on Havana Street

PDA #2:  Volunteer for a City Board or Commission

Aurora’s Art in Public Places Program Benefits Businesses & All of Us

The Aurora Fox Gears Up for Season 37 with, “Hundred Days”

A Look at the Rest of the Fox’s Lineup

“Young Frankenstein,” Is One of Many Shows Coming to the Vintage Theatre

Explore the World without Leaving Home with an Aurora Library Card

Dry Dock Brewery Gets Ready for, “Docktoberfest”/Have You Heard of Beer Spa Hydrotherapy?

Show Closer/Amigos de Mexico

AuroraTV Staff