Special Council Meeting – March 21, 2019

This Thursday (March 21st – 5:45pm), at a Special Meeting of Council, Council will be taking a big step towards moving the redevelopment of Library Square from concept to reality. This important revitalization initiative has been a project that has taken 20 years to get to this point, including extensive consultations with residents and local businesses, staff and Council past and present.
This is an exciting time for our Town. We are poised to move forward towards a positive future by returning to our past and recognizing the critical role that aurora’s heritage – and historical core – can play in our future economic growth through the redevelopment of Library Square. Our downtown core was the heart of our community and economic hub of our Town for generations. And through the key revitalization initiative of Library square it’s on its way to be that – and so much more – for generations to come.

I am looking forward to the discussion at the table on March 21st and taking this important step in the transformation of our downtown core.

I encourage residents to attend the meeting if possible. If you can’t attend the meeting, please take some time to view the complete agenda (link below) including the final design, the full Business Plan, Parking Study and Strategy, the Funding for the complete project (Capital and Operating) to get the facts on this incredible project for our Town. #FactsMatter #GettingThingsDone #WorkingTogether

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