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It is in the outer region of Chicago metropolitan area in the U. It is the second most populous city in the state , [5] and the th most populous city in the country. Once a mid-sized manufacturing city, Aurora has grown tremendously since the s.

Between and , the U. Census Bureau ranked Aurora as the 34th fastest-growing city in the United States. Census Bureau ranked the city as the 46th fastest growing city with a population of over , In , Aurora adopted the nickname "City of Lights", because in it was one of the first cities in the United States to implement an all-electric street lighting system. Aurora is also home to a large collection of Sears Catalog Homes over 50 homes and Lustron all-steel homes seven homes.

Before European settlers arrived, there was a Native American village in what is today downtown Aurora, on the banks of the Fox River.

They initially owned land on both sides of the river, but sold their lands to the Lake brothers on the west side. The Lake brothers opened a mill on the opposite side of the river. The McCartys lived and operated their mill on the east side. Aurora was originally two villages: East Aurora, incorporated in , [12] on the east side of the river, and West Aurora, formally organized on the west side of the river in As the city grew, it attracted numerous factories and jobs.

In , the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad located its roundhouse and locomotive shop in Aurora, becoming the town's largest employer, a rank it held until the s. Railroad restructuring in the railroad industry resulted in a loss of jobs as the number of railroads reduced and they dropped lines for passenger traffic. Aurora at one time had regularly scheduled passenger trains to Chicago. The heavy industries on the East side provided employment for generations of European immigrants, who came from Ireland , Great Britain , Scandinavia , Luxembourg , Germany , France , and Italy.

Aurora became the economic center of the Fox Valley region. The combination of these three factors—a highly industrialized town, a sizable river that divided it, and the Burlington railroad's shops—accounted for much of the dynamics of Aurora's political, economic, and social history.

The city openly supported abolitionism before the American Civil War. Mexican migrants began arriving after the Mexican Revolution of Socially, the town was progressive in its attitude toward education, religion, welfare, and women. The first free public school district in Illinois was established in here and the city established a high school for girls in The city developed as a manufacturing powerhouse and continued until the early s, when the railroad shops closed.

Soon many other factories and industrial areas relocated or went out of business. While this was financially beneficial to the city, it drew off retail businesses and manufacturing from downtown and the industrial sectors of the near East and West Sides, respectively, weakening them.

In the mids crime rates soared and street gangs started to form. During this time Aurora became a much more culturally diverse city. The Latino population began to grow rapidly in the city in the s. In the late s, several business and industrial parks were established on the city's outskirts.

In , the Hollywood Casino was built downtown, which helped bring the first redevelopment to the downtown area in nearly twenty years. In the late s, more development began in the rural areas and towns outside Aurora. Subdivisions sprouted up around the city, and Aurora's population soared. Today, Aurora is a culturally diverse city of around , residents.

Historic areas downtown are being redeveloped, and new developments are being built all over the city. According to the census, Aurora has an area of While the city has traditionally been regarded as being in Kane County , Aurora also includes parts of DuPage , Kendall and Will counties.

Aurora is one of only three cities in Illinois that span four counties. The others are Barrington Hills and Centralia. Politically, the city is divided into 10 wards. On July 17—18, , a major flood struck Aurora, with Flooding occurred in almost every low-lying area in the city, and in neighborhoods bordering the Fox River, causing major damage in some neighborhoods.

The flooding was just as bad in Blackberry Creek, on Aurora's far west side. Aurora has not been struck by any major tornadoes in recent history, although they occur in Northern Illinois annually. The tornado hit during the afternoon performance of the Ringling Brothers "Greatest Show on Earth" circus, when the park was crowded.

It killed 2 people and injured 22, but the grandstand was still filled for the evening performance. Weak tornadoes struck the city in , , , and In , the supercell thunderstorm that produced the deadly Plainfield Tornado passed over the city, dropping golf ball sized hail and causing wind damage.

Less than ten minutes after passing through Aurora, the storm produced an F5 tornado, which touched down in nearby Oswego, less than 5 miles from downtown. The tornado then traveled through Plainfield and Joliet, killing 29 people. Aurora was hit with one of the strongest earthquakes ever to strike Illinois , a M 5.

As of the census [21] of , there were , people, 46, households, and 34, families residing in the city. The population density was 3, There were 48, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were There were 46, households out of which The average household size was 3. In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 29 years.

For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Aurora is on the edge of the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor. The city has a long tradition of manufacturing as does much of Chicago metropolitan area.

The most prominent employer and industry was the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad later Burlington Northern which was headquartered in Aurora. Formed in , the Aurora Area Convention and Visitors Bureau AACVB is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to aggressively promoting and marketing the area as a premier overnight destination. According to the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, [22] the city's largest employers are:.

Aurora's downtown is full of architectural landmarks and historic places. There is also the Leland Tower , a former hotel which was the tallest building in Illinois outside of Chicago and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The largest collection of commercial buildings by Prairie School architect George Grant Elmslie is here.

The main building of Aurora Public Library and a branch campus of Waubonsee Community College are also located downtown. Downtown Alive, a festival that includes live music and a variety of food booths, is held on three weekends Friday and Saturday night in the summer; Blues on the Fox featuring national blues artists is held on the Friday and Saturday of Father's Day weekend.

Roughly 8,—13, people attend. The quarterly AuroraArtWalk is hosted by the Cultural Creatives —a grassroots team of local artist, property owners, patrons, and the City of Aurora.

The Riverfront Playhouse is a not-for-profit theater that has held a storefront location in downtown Aurora since A new and greatly expanded campus was built on the western banks of the river, between the river and IL Route The construction of the campus was part of a larger plan to redevelop the Downtown area, putting in parks and new walking paths, and making the area more inviting. The plan also included a pedestrian bridge to connect the banks of the river.

Also in the works is a plan to modify or reconstruct the bridges to Stolp Island, which have not been maintained for nearly 60 years.

Aurora has a rich history of entertainment. There have been several theaters in the downtown area and several large community parks with baseball stadiums, circus acts, and race tracks. Some of the more popular were:. Their most famous player was Casey Stengel , who played one season with the team before being bought by the Brooklyn Dodgers.

The team played in a stadium on the west side in the former Riverview Park. He became known as a manager of baseball teams. In , the Waubonsie Valley High School girls' team won the state championship; it was ranked 1 of all high school girls' soccer teams in the United States after finishing with an undefeated season. Aurora has numerous youth soccer clubs, most of which have teams represented in the top five percent of the Northern Illinois Soccer League. Several youth soccer players from Aurora have received college scholarships to major college soccer programs throughout the U.

In addition, Aurora maintains several developmental advantages for soccer enthusiasts. Three high-quality indoor soccer venues allow year-round soccer training and competition for children and adults. Additionally, several area traveling soccer clubs, as well as high schools, boast coaches and trainers who have played soccer professionally or have been starting players for national teams. Some played for teams that won the World Cup.

Supplementing the local soccer training regimen are professional soccer trainers from England, Brazil, The Netherlands, Scotland, and other countries. Several played in the Premier League and for the Brazil national team , and for the Argentina national team. Fastpitch softball has been in Aurora since the s. The Sealmasters won National Championships in , , , and , and World Championships in and The Sealmasters played their games at Stevens-Adamson Field, a significant fastpitch stadium on Ridgeway Avenue on the city's southwest side.

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During this time Aurora became a much more culturally diverse city. The Latino population began to grow rapidly in the city in the s. In the late s, several business and industrial parks were established on the city's outskirts. In , the Hollywood Casino was built downtown, which helped bring the first redevelopment to the downtown area in nearly twenty years.

In the late s, more development began in the rural areas and towns outside Aurora. Subdivisions sprouted up around the city, and Aurora's population soared. Today, Aurora is a culturally diverse city of around , residents. Historic areas downtown are being redeveloped, and new developments are being built all over the city. According to the census, Aurora has an area of While the city has traditionally been regarded as being in Kane County , Aurora also includes parts of DuPage , Kendall and Will counties.

Aurora is one of only three cities in Illinois that span four counties. The others are Barrington Hills and Centralia.

Politically, the city is divided into 10 wards. On July 17—18, , a major flood struck Aurora, with Flooding occurred in almost every low-lying area in the city, and in neighborhoods bordering the Fox River, causing major damage in some neighborhoods.

The flooding was just as bad in Blackberry Creek, on Aurora's far west side. Aurora has not been struck by any major tornadoes in recent history, although they occur in Northern Illinois annually. The tornado hit during the afternoon performance of the Ringling Brothers "Greatest Show on Earth" circus, when the park was crowded.

It killed 2 people and injured 22, but the grandstand was still filled for the evening performance. Weak tornadoes struck the city in , , , and In , the supercell thunderstorm that produced the deadly Plainfield Tornado passed over the city, dropping golf ball sized hail and causing wind damage. Less than ten minutes after passing through Aurora, the storm produced an F5 tornado, which touched down in nearby Oswego, less than 5 miles from downtown.

The tornado then traveled through Plainfield and Joliet, killing 29 people. Aurora was hit with one of the strongest earthquakes ever to strike Illinois , a M 5. As of the census [21] of , there were , people, 46, households, and 34, families residing in the city. The population density was 3, There were 48, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were There were 46, households out of which The average household size was 3.

In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 29 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Aurora is on the edge of the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor.

The city has a long tradition of manufacturing as does much of Chicago metropolitan area. The most prominent employer and industry was the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad later Burlington Northern which was headquartered in Aurora.

Formed in , the Aurora Area Convention and Visitors Bureau AACVB is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to aggressively promoting and marketing the area as a premier overnight destination. According to the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, [22] the city's largest employers are:. Aurora's downtown is full of architectural landmarks and historic places. There is also the Leland Tower , a former hotel which was the tallest building in Illinois outside of Chicago and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

The largest collection of commercial buildings by Prairie School architect George Grant Elmslie is here. The main building of Aurora Public Library and a branch campus of Waubonsee Community College are also located downtown. Downtown Alive, a festival that includes live music and a variety of food booths, is held on three weekends Friday and Saturday night in the summer; Blues on the Fox featuring national blues artists is held on the Friday and Saturday of Father's Day weekend.

Roughly 8,—13, people attend. The quarterly AuroraArtWalk is hosted by the Cultural Creatives —a grassroots team of local artist, property owners, patrons, and the City of Aurora.

The Riverfront Playhouse is a not-for-profit theater that has held a storefront location in downtown Aurora since A new and greatly expanded campus was built on the western banks of the river, between the river and IL Route The construction of the campus was part of a larger plan to redevelop the Downtown area, putting in parks and new walking paths, and making the area more inviting. The plan also included a pedestrian bridge to connect the banks of the river. Also in the works is a plan to modify or reconstruct the bridges to Stolp Island, which have not been maintained for nearly 60 years.

Aurora has a rich history of entertainment. There have been several theaters in the downtown area and several large community parks with baseball stadiums, circus acts, and race tracks. Some of the more popular were:. Their most famous player was Casey Stengel , who played one season with the team before being bought by the Brooklyn Dodgers. The team played in a stadium on the west side in the former Riverview Park.

He became known as a manager of baseball teams. In , the Waubonsie Valley High School girls' team won the state championship; it was ranked 1 of all high school girls' soccer teams in the United States after finishing with an undefeated season. Aurora has numerous youth soccer clubs, most of which have teams represented in the top five percent of the Northern Illinois Soccer League. Several youth soccer players from Aurora have received college scholarships to major college soccer programs throughout the U.

In addition, Aurora maintains several developmental advantages for soccer enthusiasts. Three high-quality indoor soccer venues allow year-round soccer training and competition for children and adults.

Additionally, several area traveling soccer clubs, as well as high schools, boast coaches and trainers who have played soccer professionally or have been starting players for national teams. Some played for teams that won the World Cup. Supplementing the local soccer training regimen are professional soccer trainers from England, Brazil, The Netherlands, Scotland, and other countries.

Several played in the Premier League and for the Brazil national team , and for the Argentina national team. Fastpitch softball has been in Aurora since the s. The Sealmasters won National Championships in , , , and , and World Championships in and The Sealmasters played their games at Stevens-Adamson Field, a significant fastpitch stadium on Ridgeway Avenue on the city's southwest side.

The Sealmasters hosted many famous competitors from all over the United States, most notably Eddie Feigner and The King and His Court, as well as international opponents.

There were many different and competitive men's leagues in Aurora from the s through the mids. There are still a few leagues and teams playing to this day. Aurora University has Men's and Women's basketball, golf, tennis, track and field and cross country.

It also has a men's football and baseball team, as well as women's softball and volleyball teams. Aurora University athletics are division III. High school athletics are a major event in the city, as East and West Aurora High Schools have been rivals in all sports for over years. Aurora has long been a regional transportation hub. The city is the final stop of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe line of the Metra commuter rail system, allowing rail service into Chicago. The city also has a stop at the Rt.

This station is on the border with Naperville and each city maintains a parking lot on their respective side of the tracks. Pace Suburban Bus operates local bus service within Aurora six days a week no service on Sundays and connects to cities such as Naperville, Geneva, Batavia, Oswego, and St.

Metra trains and Pace buses stop at the Aurora Transportation Center. Greyhound buses used to stop there, but service was discontinued on September 7, Aurora does not have a stop for Amtrak trains, as the old station closed in the s.

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