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With a total population of approx. 400,000 residents, Aurora is the 3 most populous city in Colorado and roughly ranks within the top 50 most populous cities in the United States.

There are over 145,000 residential housing units (Single Family, Multiple Family, including Condos, Townhouses, Apartments, etc.) located within Aurora.

Keeping yourself busy is easy in Aurora…Play ball. Hike a trail. Take a fishing outing at one of the beautiful reservoirs or hang out on the beach. Play golf at one of the eleven gorgeous (Public & Private) golf courses. See a play at the theatre. Explore a museum. Enjoy the outdoors at one of the multitude of parks throughout the city. Shop Aurora. Eat a new type of cuisine at one of numerous national and independently owned restaurants, you’ll never get bored when it comes to the various foods, snacks & treats!

Aurora has plenty to keep you busy throughout the year, stimulating your mind, staying active and simply enjoying all that life has to offer.

Aurora’s elevation goes from 5,285ft, at the lowest, while the highest elevation is 6,229ft.

Aurora has a total land area of nearly 105,000 acres ranking it as the approx. 54th-largest U.S. city in land area.

Aurora experiences four distinct seasons and modest precipitation year-round. Summers range from mild to hot, with generally low humidity and frequent afternoon thunderstorms, July is the warmest month of the year, with an average high of 89 °F and an average low of 57 °F. December is the coldest month of the year, with an average high of 43 °F and an average low of 17 °F. The average first snowfall in the Aurora area occurs in late October and the average final snowfall occurs in late April, although snow has fallen as soon as early September and as late as early June.

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