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Aurora Now - June 24, 2020

It’s a chance for you to make a difference in Aurora! The city's Human Relations Commission promotes respect and understanding among all, and they’re looking for more members. Plus, the latest on the city's search for a new police chief; an update on Pride Month and why is there a wallaby wandering in Aurora?  It’s all on “Aurora Now.”


Aurora Hosts Virtual Town Hall for 4 Police Chief Finalists/(Recruiter on “Mayor Mike Live”)

City Council Appoints Final Member to New Community Police Task Force

A Look at Aurora’s Human Relations Commission/Interview

Aurora Mental Health Center Offers Virtual Programs for Youth

AuMHC Offers Programs for All Ages

An Update on Aurora’s Pools & Rec Centers

June is Pride Month (Council Member Coombs on “Mayor Mike Live”)

”Trusted Voices” Coming to City’s Facebook for Census 2020

Aurora Could Soon Enter, “Protect Our Neighborhoods” Phase of Pandemic

Aurora Fire Announces Burn Restrictions/Fireworks Are Illegal

Take Aurora Animal Services’ Survey on Breed Restriction Ordinance

Share Your Thoughts on Oil & Gas Regulations in Aurora

E470 Restructures Bond Debt & Announces Toll Rate Freeze Continues Next Year

PSA #1 – Watch “Mayor Mike Live” Every Friday

PSA #2 – Vitalant Seeking COVID Plasma Donors

PSA #3 – Aurora’s Graffiti Hotline

The Town Center at Aurora Reopens

Check Out Southlands’ Farmer’s Market

Garage Sales During the COVID Crisis

Jessica’s Job Hunt/Tips on Interviewing

Aurora’s First-Ever Protected Bike Lanes

Watch Out for the Wallaby Loose in Aurora

June is Adopt-a-Cat Month

The People’s Building is Getting Ready to Offer Socially-Distanced Programming

Aurora’s Fox Promoting Creative Content

Aurora On-Stage Revisited/El Javi (Show Closer)








AuroraTV Staff