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Aurora Now - February 10, 2021

There's always a lot happening on Havana from diverse restaurants to all kinds of shops, so how do we make it even better? The city wants you to weigh in. Plus, a snow plow ride-a-long and explanation of Aurora's snow plan; Aurora Sister Cities International helps students take a virtual trip to Korea and honoring Black History Month through dance, praise and sign language. Those stories and more this week on Aurora Now.


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Share Your Thoughts on the Havana Street Corridor Study

Major Repairs Underway at Nine Mile Station Parking Garage

Take Part in the First-Ever, "We Are A-Town Cleanup"  

Get Tickets Now for the Return of Live Shows at the Aurora Fox

Want to Run for City Council?  Find Out How

Weigh In on the, "Advancing Adams" Plan 

Ride Along with a Snow Plow & Learn about Aurora's Snow Plan

Volunteer to Be a Snow Buster

Save Water & Money with Eye on Water App

Financing Available for Affordable Housing Projects in Aurora

Find Out How to Get Cash Back from Tax Credits

Learn More about COVID Vaccines & the Vaccine Hotline

An Explanation of the COVID-19 Dial 2.0

APS Uses Virtual Teacher Development  

Black History Month Profile:  Aurora Sen. Rhonda Fields

Aurora Council Meeting Agenda Continued to Feb. 22nd

PSA #1: 2.0

Aurora Sister Cities Int'l Connects Students with Korea, Virtually

Sign Up for APL's Winter Reading Challenge & Win  

Aurora Cooks is Now Offering Virtual Cooking Parties

Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA) Reopens  

Check Out Colorful Colfax Murals with Help from an Audio Tour

Meet Aurora's Latest Nesting Bald Eagle Pair

Show Closer/My Sister's Keeper Performs for Black History Month

AuroraTV Staff