Visitor/Relocate

Being Colorado’s third largest city is where people come together from near and far to experience recreational adventures, food and other cultural, artistic interludes or just plain relaxation.

Cruise a sweeping fairway in search of the next long drive… Curl up with a good book on a sandy white beach… Catch a thrill of national fast-pitch softball… Or cozy up to a live performance.

Only minutes away from Denver Internation Airport, Aurora is easily accessible via Interstate 70, Interstate 225, and E-470 thoroughfares, putting the area’s many amenities with in easy reach.

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RelocationĀ  – Why choose the Eastern Metro?

Using a map, you will find Aurora is part of Metro Denver, in sunny Colorado, where the weather is always great!

Aurora, Colorado placed 9th in 50 Fabulous Places to Raise Your Family, by Lee Rosenberg and Saralee H. Rosenberg.

Aurora is split between two school districts: The APS Community Connection boasts of Blue Ribbon School Awards, Help for Working Parents, and a School/Business Partnership Program. The Cherry Creek School District is known throughout the country for its quality of education.

Our recreation facilities include Aurora Reservoir, Quincy Reservoir lots of Golf Courses, plenty of Public Parks, and many more Recreational Facilities.

The economy in Aurora is booming, you can find Business Activity Lists, considerations for Investment Taxes, Aurora’s 25 largest employers, some Quick Facts about the region, and a Profile of the Community at the Aurora Economic Development Site.

If you need more information about Aurora, visit or call Aurora Access, at 303-739-7000. They can put you in touch with the right organization within the city to help you get the information you need, quickly.