WELCOME TO AURORA CITY'S WEBSITE!


Aurora City is located in Sevier County, 91 miles south of Provo. Originally settled in 1875, the community was referred to as "Willowbend" because of the pioneers who settled along a big bend on the banks of the Sevier River. The town was incorporated in 1914 and officially became a city in 1982. With a rural pace of life, a close knit community, and the quiet beauty of the surrounding landscape, Aurora has so much to offer! Our website provides residents and visitors with relevant information pertaining to city government, local economy and community services. We will be adding more information in the near future to better serve you. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have! Aurora City History

Welcome Fall


Halloween is my favorite holiday so every day in October that you come into the Aurora City offices....I will have a treat for you!

OFFICIAL PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS


Here are the official primary election results for the Aurora City Council :

266 voters submitted ballots or 50%
which is very good for a primary election...

Kelly Mason     180 votes
Hal Jensen      104 votes
Jim Harrison     99 votes
Tyson Hansen   50 votes
Wynona Mangrum 46 votes

The top 4 have qualified for the November 7th election.  They will move forward along with the two candidates for Mayor.  

Election Information


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN – that the following candidates have filed for municipal office in Aurora City for the 2017 election.

MAYOR:

Daven Quarnberg – 488 N. Main Aurora

Devan J. Coates  -  162 W. 100 N. Aurora

 

CITY COUNCIL:  ( 2 positions  4-year term)

James L. Harrison – 227 E. Center  Aurora

Kelly Thurel Mason – 550 W. 200 N.  Aurora

Tyson Jack Hansen – 155 N. 500 W.  Aurora

Hal D. Jensen – 177 E. 200 S.  Aurora

 

 

*ALL CANDIDATES HAVE FILED THEIR FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE FORMS AND MET THE STATE REQUIREMENT

*BALLOTS WILL BE MAILED ON OCTOBER 17TH.  WHEN YOU GET YOUR BALLOT
YOU MAY BRING IT TO THE CITY OFFICE FROM THEN UNTIL ELECTION DAY.

Public Notice



More information about VOTE BY MAIL-

Vote by mail ballots will be mailed out 21 days before each election day.  Ballots cannot and will not be forwarded by the postal service.  All ballots that are determined undeliverable are returned to the Sevier County Clerk's office.  If you have not received your ballot within two weeks after they are mailed, please call the Sevier County Clerk's elections office.

Ballots must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day or placed in the ballot box at the Aurora City Office Building by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Please be sure that you are registered to vote!  If you have changed your name or address, even within Aurora City, it is necessary to re-register.  

To register to vote in Utah you must:
1- Be a citizen of the United States
2- Have resided in Utah at least 30 days immediately before the next election.
3- Be at least 18 years old on or before the next election.

If you are eligible to vote in Utah, you can visit www.vote.utah.gov -

There you can register to vote and view or update your voter registration information

 

 

Congratulations to Aurora Police Chief Jason Harvey


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Aurora City Police Chief Jason Harvey has been selected by KSL as their choice for the series "Behind the Badge" for the week of June13-18.  Officer Harvey's story will air on KSL Channel 5, Monday morning at 6:50 a.m. and throughout the day on KSL radio.  It will also be on KSL's facebook page....behind the badge.  It is a great honor for him and we are very proud of him at Aurora City!

PLEASE NOTICE: Planning Commission has been changed to the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m.


To get items placed on the planning commission agenda...please contact Julia Quarnberg, planning commission chairman at 979-1154.

Notary Services Available


NOTARY SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE TO ALL AURORA CITY RESIDENTS AT NO CHARGE

MONDAY - FRIDAY  1:00- 4:00 PM