2021 – The Year Ahead

As we move into 2021 our main focus and priority will continue to be the pandemic and ensuring that everyone in our community remains safe. We will also continue through the new year working with our business community to ensure that we do all we can to support our local businesses and have them build back better than ever!!

From a policy standpoint 2021 will be an important year for our town and council as we look at updating our official plan. This document is one of the most crucial pieces of municipal legislation as it builds the framework for the vision for our community for years to come. This document will allow us to ensure that we move forward with appropriate growth and maintain our heritage and unique characteristics that make Aurora the great place that it is!

Another priority in 2021 will be the ongoing construction and development of Library Square. We will be working to make sure that this project continues to be on time and on budget.

Lots of exciting things happening in our town from the rebuild of United Church, to the revitalization of our downtown being well under way and the return to a downtown core that is thriving.  With the news of the vaccine, and the start of inoculations, when it comes to this pandemic, we truly are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

I know that if we continue to work together, our town will come out of the pandemic closer and stronger as a community. #GettingThingsDone

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