Aurora now ranks as Colorado’s third-largest city, and projections are for the population to approach 400,000 by 2026. Aurora is in Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties.
Major employers include Amazon, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Cooper Lighting Solutions, Karcher North America, MycoTechnology and Raytheon Aurora.
The city houses Buckley Space Force Base and its 12,000 employees. Residents also enjoy access to Community College of Aurora, and outdoor activities such as kayaking.
Thinking about moving to Aurora, CO? Check out the newest edition of Livability Adams County Region, CO to learn more about this vibrant region.
Adams County Region, CO
This digital edition of the Adams County Region, CO is sponsored by Adams County Regional Economic Partnership.
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