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Aurora at a Glance
Aurora is known as the 'City of Lights' as it was one of the first locations in the US to boast electric street lighting. Aurora, spanning across four counties, is the second most populous city in Illinois.
County: Predominantly Kane County, with some areas of Aurora in DuPage, Kendall and Will Counties.
Motto: "A City Second to None"
Incorporated: Initially two towns, East Aurora and West Aurora, they joined to form the city of Aurora in 1857.
Population: Estimated at 200,458 in July 2014
Non-Emergency Police or Fire: Dial 630-256-5000 for the non-emergency police line in Aurora, or dial 630-898-2121 to reach the fire station in a non-emergency.
Secretary of State Office:
339 East Indian Trail
Aurora, IL 60505
City of Aurora City Hall::
44 E. Downer Place
Aurora, IL 60505
Automotive / Transportation in Aurora
Parking on dirt or grass is prohibited in Aurora, and street parking is not permitted after two inches of snowfall. Residents may conduct limited vehicle repairs on their properties.
The Metra's BNSF Railway Line has a stop at Aurora Transportation Center. This line runs from Aurora to Union Station, which is located on South Canal Street in downtown Chicago.
Pace buses also operate in Aurora; buses leave from the above mentioned Aurora Transportation Center on a regular basis, taking passengers to Aurora University, Aurora Public Library, the Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry, and downtown Aurora, among many other destinations.
Residents & Home Owners in Aurora
The United States Census Bureau estimated the population of Aurora Illinois to be at 200,456 persons on July 1st, 2014. Between 2010 and 2014, the United States Census Bureau recorded that there were approximately 61,506 households in Aurora with a 67.5% owner-occupied housing rate. The median value of these homes was $174,000.
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