Welcome to Aurora, New York
Village of Aurora - 456 Main St Aurora, NY 13026
New Village Post Office Hours listed on the Municipal Services page.
Upcoming Meetings - Open to the public
Voice your opinion. Items for the agenda should be submitted in writing to the village office seven days prior to the meeting. All meetings are held at the Aurora Firehouse Meeting Room, 456 Main St., unless otherwise noted.
Village Board of Trustees meeting on November 19, 2014 at 7:00 pm
Planning Board meeting on Monday, November 24, 2014 at 7:00 pm.
From the AuroraFest Committee
The committee will once again be selling wreaths for Christmas in Aurora. They will be mixed greens in two sizes: 22" and 26" and the cost is $30.00 and $42.00, respectfully. We are currently taking orders and quantities are limited so first come, first serve. Contact Jeff Blum at 364-5438.
CHRISTMAS IN AURORA - DECEMBER 6, 2014
From the New York State Department of Public Service
I am writing to ask for your assistance with our outreach and education effort. We have enclosed a list of available publications related to the upcoming winter season, which include topics such as the rights and protections of electric and natural gas customers, what to do if utility service is interrupted, and the actions consumers can take to manage their winter energy costs. You can request copies of these free materials using the enclosed order form. We encourage you to distribute these publications by placing them in high traffic areas in your community.
Please contact Laurie Fahrenkopf of my Consumer Education staff by phone at (518) 474-1680 or by
e-mail at Laurie.Fahrenkopf@dps.ny.gov if you have any questions, or would like to discuss ways we can work together to inform consumers about utility issues.
Energy information sheet
(From Cayuga Lake Watershed network)
Hydrilla is an aggressively invasive aquatic weed that spreads readily to produce choking green mats across wider expanses. In mid-August 20011, Hydrilla verticillata was found infesting 166 acres in the Cayuga Inlet, which drains to Cayuga Lake's southern end in Ithaca. Please click the link below for more information on identifying Hydrilla.
Click the link below for the Design Connect plan