Local Laws

The State of New York operates under the system called home rule, meaning that local governments have been granted broad home rule powers enabling them to provide services to their residents and to enact local laws as needed in order to provide services to their citizens and fulfill their various obligations. Listed below are Aurora’s local laws; they can be both viewed and downloaded.  If you don’t find a law that covers what you are looking for, it means that the issue is covered by a law in the Town of Ledyard, or by a higher governmental law.

Aurora's Local Laws and Comprehensive Plan

Aurora Comprehensive Plan

 LOCAL LAW #1 of 2014

THE WAIVER OF THE MAXIMUM REAL PROPERTY TAX LEVY LIMIT

LOCAL LAW #1 of 2013

THE WAIVER OF THE MAXIMUM REAL PROPERTY TAX LEVY LIMIT

LOCAL LAW #3 of 2012

REIMBURSEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL CONSULTATION FEES

LOCAL LAW #2 of 2012

THE APPOINTMENT OF ALTERNATE MEMBERS TO THE VILLAGE PLANNING BOARD, COMMUNITY PRESERVATION PANEL AND ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS

LOCAL LAW #1 of 2012

THE WAIVER OF THE MAXIMUM REAL PROPERTY TAX LEVY LIMIT

LOCAL LAW #1 of 2011

A LOCAL LAW GOVERNING THE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF SIDEWALKS IN THE VILLAGE OF AURORA

LOCAL LAW #1 OF 2010

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM AND PRIVATE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS

LOCAL LAW #1 of 2008 (Zoning Law)

TO REGULATE LAND USE AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION

 LOCAL LAW #2 OF 2004

FOR GAMES OF BINGO BY AUTHORIZED ORGANIZATIONS

LOCAL LAW #1 OF 2004

FOR CONDUCT OF GAMES OF CHANCE BY AUTHORIZED ORGANIZATIONS

LOCAL LAW #2 OF 2001

RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE SUPPLY OF WATER

 LOCAL LAW #2 OF 1998

DESIGNATING HISTORIC LANDMARKS

 LOCAL LAW #1 OF 1969

TO IMPOSE A GROSS UTILITIES TAX