The Town of Aurora is part of Canada’s “economic engine” and is about 45 minutes away from the Downtown Core. The current population of Aurora is about 59,358 and the population is projected to increase to 70,000 by 2031. The Town of Aurora, just North of Richmond Hill, is known for its quaint town feel and is one of the fastest growing communities in York Region, with over 1,300 businesses, including about 150 major industries and head offices. Many people are moving to this wonderful community for its small town feel and close proximity to the city where they can enjoy many great amenities.
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Real Estate in Aurora
A recent article published in the Canadian Real Estate Wealth magazine has ranked the Town of Aurora one of Canada’s Top neighbourhoods to invest in for 2015. Check out the Press Release here Click here.
The Town of Aurora has many beautiful neighbourhoods to consider, is close to amenities and has various types of homes from condos, to townhomes, semi-detached and detached homes.
Tax rate for the Town of Aurora in 2014 was 0.967896%.
Price: approximately $605,000
Price: approximately $445,000
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Schools In Aurora
There are many public and private daycare facilities in Aurora. Public elementary and high schools fall under the York Region District School Board and Catholic schools are under the York Catholic District School Board. Currently there are, 11 public elementary schools of which 3 include French Immersion (Aurora Grove Public School, Devins Drive Public School and Lester B. Pearson) and 2 public high schools which one includes French Immersion (Aurora High School). There are 6 Catholic Elementary Schools and 3 Catholic Secondary Schools. The highly-acclaimed St. Andrew’s College, one of Ontario’s finest education institutes, located in the Town of Aurora.
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Parks & Recreation
In the Town of Aurora, the Parks Division of the Parks and Recreation Services Department oversee over 46 parks, which connect to many kilometres of trails for joggers, cyclists, hikers and even skiers. There are also 5 community centres in Aurora that offer a variety of amenities and leisure activities for all age groups. These include: the Aurora Community Centre, Aurora Family Leisure Complex, Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex, Aurora Seniors Centre and Victoria Hall. Other parks include skateboard and BMX parks as well as parks for off-leash dogs.
For more information on the Town of Aurora’s parks and recreational activities please go to Parks & Recreation.
There are 5 community centres in Aurora that offer a variety of facility amenities and leisure activities for both young and old. These include: the Aurora Community Centre, Aurora Family Leisure Complex, Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex, Aurora Seniors Centre and Victoria Hall.
In the Town of Aurora, the Parks Division of the Parks and Recreation Services Department oversee over 46 parks, which connects to many kilometres for joggers, cyclist, hikers and even skiers.
Other parks include skateboard and BMX parks as well as parks for off-lease dogs.