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  1. Arbor Day winners


    Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin congratulates the 1st place winners of the recent Arbor Day contest. Pictured at a City Council meeting are Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin with Kim Pease & contest winners Alex Savukas, Phillip Case, McKenzie Koziar & Maddie Holohan. Read on...
  2. Buzz

    Memorial Day Ceremony

    Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin thanks WWII veteran and Aurora resident Buzz Wagner.
  3. roll call

    Memorial Day Ceremony

    VFW Post 2629 Commander Ken Reik conducts the Roll Call of Remembrance at Aurora Cemetery.
  4. Harold

    Memorial Day Ceremony

    Aurora Councilman and Veteran Harold Hatridge speaks to the Memorial Day crowd at Veterans Memorial Park.
  5. Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin

    Memorial Day Ceremony

    Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin speaking at the Memorial Day Ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park.
  6. 4th grade

    Memorial Day Ceremony

    Leighton Elementary School 4th grade students of Mrs. Dee Ann Pochedly reciting President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
  7. Barnes with new squad 5-24-2017

    Aurora has a new rescue squad!

    Fire Chief Dave Barnes has just taken possession of a new rescue squad with state-of-the-art equipment. Read on...
  8. Deed House Marker Unveiling 5-2017

    The Deed House Project: Unveiling of Historic Marker

    Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin, Aurora Historical Society President John Kudley, and Landmark Commission Chairman Jeff Clark unveil the Ohio historical marker for the Ebenezer Sheldon Deed House at Pioneer Park on East Pioneer Trail. Read on...
  9. senior fire interns

    Aurora High School students intern at the City of Aurora

    Aurora High School seniors Will Lovell and Matt Crissman are pictured with their fathers Bill and Mike. They participated in Truck Day at Miller Elementary. The City is thrilled they chose to spend their Senior Internships here in Aurora!

    On April 1, 2017 Aurora will offer a new lock box program to residents. A residential lock box is a small secured key box that is attached to a door and securely stores a house key for emergency situations. Read on...
  11. A Coyote is in Your Backyard. What Should You Do?

    If you see a coyote in your yard or neighborhood, follow the guidelines provided by the Ohio Department of Wildlife. If a coyote becomes aggressive, call the Aurora Police Department at 330-562-8181. Coyote mating occurs between late January & March. Additional Info...
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