City of Aurora Launches Youth Needs Survey

City of Aurora Launches Youth Needs Survey

As Aurora families make decisions on the best options for returning to school this fall, they can also weigh-in on how the city can better serve students communitywide.

The City of Aurora Youth Service Division has launched a survey to gather input from students and adults about the outlook and opportunities for youth in Aurora.

“We know how valuable the voices of our youth and their families are,” said Youth Services Manager Simon Rodriguez. “Responses to the survey can help us improve educational, recreational, and developmental programs across the city.”

Participants can provide input on events, programs and services and offer insight on youth interests, involvement and community concerns.

Online surveys — one for youth and one for adults — are available until Friday, Aug. 14, in English and Spanish at

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Aurora Youth Services manager Simon Rodriguez speaks with middle school youth during a mentoring session last fall. Rodriguez is leading the City’s effort to conduct a youth needs assessment to better plan educational, recreational and developmental services for Aurora youth.