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Aurora Now - April 14, 2021

Aurora's young people want to be heard, and the city is listening. Aurora takes a new approach to addressing youth violence. Plus, Mayor Coffman is encouraging everyone to get vaccinated; there's a fun new addition for kids at Aurora's Hoffman Park and who and what are "Hanimals," and why have they landed in our Aurora Cultural Arts District? The answer to that question, and all your community news, this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora Launches Several New Initiatives to Prevent Youth Violence

Sign Up Now for APD's Global Teen Police Academy

APD Warns Residents about an Aurora Municipal Court Phone Scam

Learn More about SafeCare Colorado & the "Pinwheels for Prevention" Campaign to Prevent Child Abuse

Mayor Coffman Encourages Everyone to Get Vaccinated

Learn Where, When & How to Get Vaccinated on Aurora's COVID-19 Resources Page 

RTD is Emphasizing COVID Safety

RTD's A-Line is 5-Years-Old

Tattered Cover Plans to Open a Children's Book Store at Stanley Marketplace

Teach Kids about Protecting Our Waterways & Volunteering at the High Line Canal Cleanup

Aurora Water's Summer Outlook, "Mayor's Conservation Challenge" & "Dreamscape Giveaway" Contest

Aurora Providing Free City Trees for Colorado Arbor Day

PSA#1 - #StopAsianHate #OneAurora

PSA #2 - "Dreamscape Giveaway"

PSA #3 - "National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation"

The "Hanimals" Exhibit Has Landed in Our Aurora Cultural Arts District

The Aurora Animal Shelter is Looking for Kitten Fosters

Hoffman Park Has a New Soccer Mini-Pitch

The Aurora History Museum & Lady Justice Brewing Team Up & You Win

Check Out, "Aurora Cooks Live" Schedule for April

"Restaurant Week" Features Some Aurora Restaurants

"Eat on Havana" Street is Coming Soon

Show Closer/Pianist Laura Jo Trexler

AuroraTV Staff