Aurora is a suburb of Cleveland in Portage County, 30 miles from downtown Cleveland. It borders Hudson, Solon, Bainbridge/Auburn Townships, Streetsboro and Twinsburg. More than 15,000 people live in Aurora with a median household income of $84,657 people; median home value is $24,200. It’s home to private country clubs, including Club Walden and Barrington Golf Club, and the popular Aurora Farms Outlet center. Aurora offers a wide variety of housing options with close knit developments, condominium associations and semi-rural areas as well. Aurora was first settled by a Connecticut family in 1799. It started out as a township, became a village and then a city in 1966. According to Wikipedia, Aurora was named for the daughter of Major Amos Spafford, or after Aurora, the Roman goddess of dawn.
Aurora City School District educates 2960 students at its three elementary schools, one middle school and high school. More information can be found at aurora-schools.org.
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