Aurora council ward maps with new boundaries now available

December 5th, 2022


Date: Dec. 5, 2022

Media Contact: Julie Patterson

Senior Communications Strategist


[email protected]

Aurora council ward maps with new boundaries now available

AURORA, Colo. – Following a standard redistricting process that included many opportunities for the public to weigh in, the Aurora City Council recently approved council ward maps with adjusted boundaries. A new map reflecting the changes, which are effective Dec. 17, 2022, is available at

Based on the city’s election code, redistricting in Aurora occurs twice in a 10-year period, and must be completed at least 180 days prior to the regular municipal elections held in years ending in three and nine. Boundaries are adjusted to accommodate population shifts and residents are evenly distributed among the city’s six council wards while impacting as few residents as possible.

Several redistricting map scenarios were reviewed by the city’s Election Commission, which recommended a final scenario to the City Council. All public comments gathered in person and electronically during the community engagement period also were provided to the council as part of their decision-making process. The City Council approved the scenario by ordinance in November. The county clerks have been provided the realigned ward boundaries and city residents are being notified through multiple outreach efforts.

For more information, email [email protected] or call 303.739.7094. The community engagement project page is available at

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Julie Patterson(preferred pronouns: she/her/hers)Senior Communications StrategistCommunications & Marketing Department | City of Auroraoffice 303.739.6617 | mobile 303.808.0112

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Please see the press release from the City of Aurora regarding the new boundaries for Aurora Council Ward Maps.


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Ward 3 — 6th to Mississippi along the Havana Corridor

Ruben Medina

Ruben Medina

Ward III

303.739.7015 (council office)Email: [email protected]Term Expires: November 2025Profession: Project managerCouncil Policy Committees: Chair, Parks, Foundations Quality of Life; VC, Housing, Neighborhood Services & Redevelopment; Member, Public Relations, Communications, Tourism, Libraries, Boards & Commissions & Citizens GroupsCommunity/Intergovernmental: To be determinedView the City’s Ward Map

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Wednesday, January 4, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.Aurora Municipal Center, Aurora Room, 15151 E. Alameda Pkwy.

Ward 4 – Mississippi to Dartmouth along the Havana corridor 


Juan Marcano

Juan Marcano

Ward IV

303.739.7015 (council office)720.634.6927 (mobile; text preferred)Email: [email protected]Term Expires: November 2023

Juan Marcano is a brother, husband and proud cat dad.Profession: His professional life has been spent as a BIM Manager and architectural designer for several architecture and engineering services firms in Colorado and Texas. He is currently dedicating his time to serving the residents of Ward IV.

Council Policy Committees: Chair, Transportation, Airports & Public Works; Vice Chair, Public Relations, Communications, Tourism, Libraries, Boards and Commissions & Citizens Groups; Housing, Neighborhood Services & Redevelopment

Community/Intergovernmental: Coming soon

View the City’s Ward Map

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