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Green Movers is a full service Aurora moving and storage company. Green Movers company is the most experienced and respected Movers in Great Aurora Area, Ontario-wide movers, and we are known for unsurpassed customer service and our impeccable attention to details. At Aurora Movers Green Movers we put you,the customer,first.

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Now little about your lovely city Aurora,Ontario.

 

Aurora (2006 Population 47,629, 2010 estimate 53,892) is an affluent town in York Region, approximately 20 km north of Toronto. It is partially situated on the Oak Ridges Moraine, and is a part of the Greater Toronto Area and Golden Horseshoe of Southern Ontario. Many Aurora residents commute to Toronto and surrounding communities. In the Canada 2006 Census, the municipal population of Aurora was the 97th largest in Canada, compared to 113th for the 2001 Census. Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe gave the order for Yonge Street to be extended to Holland Landing in 1793, the way was paved for the establishment of a community where Aurora now stands.

In 1804, Richard Machell became the first merchant at the cross roads of Yonge and Wellington and the hamlet soon became known as Machell's Corners. Charles Doan was another early businessman at Machell's Corners and became the first postmaster and later the first reeve. As postmaster, he was influential in renaming the village Aurora. With the coming of the railway in 1853, Aurora emerged as an important centre north of Toronto. The Fleury plow works was established soon after and Aurora was on its way to becoming a flourishing industrial town. The population of Aurora in 1863 was 700, and by 1888 it had grown to become a town of 2,107 residents. With some ups and downs in growth over the years, Aurora is now a flourishing town with a strong commercial and industrial base. Worthy of note is the fact that Aurora was the childhood home of Lester B. Pearson, Prime Minister of Canada from 1963–1968, when his father, Rev.

Edwin Pearson, was the Methodist minister. The Town is noted for preserving its historical built form and in 2008 was awarded The Prince of Wales Prize for Municipal Heritage Leadership.In 2009 the Town received the Lieutenant Governor’s Ontario Heritage Award for Community Leadership in heritage conservation and promotion. On April 8, 2010, the Town re-opened the historic and fully renovated Church Street School as the Aurora Cultural Centre. Besides promoting local arts and culture, the new Centre's mandate includes the preservation of an extensive local historical collection, and helping to program heritage activities within the Centre. Aurora is twinned with Leksand, Sweden. According to the 2006 Census, the town had a population of 47,629. The town has estimated its 2010 population to be 53,892 ) . The town's growth rate from 2001 to 2006 was 18.6 per cent. Based upon current population figures and total area, the town's population density is just over 1,000 per square kilometre. The population is forecasted to reach approximately 62,288 by 2015 and 69,688 by 2020. Currently, a largely undeveloped portion of Aurora is subject to the Ontario Government's Greenbelt legislation which enforces limits on growth in designated Green Belt locations.

In Aurora, this affects mostly the south-eastern areas of the town. Growth is occurring in the north-eastern locations, particularly in the form of high-density residential homes and townhouses along Bayview Ave and north of Wellington St. E. (also known as "Aurora Rd."), and commerce along Wellington St. E. on Aurora's eastern border between Leslie St. and Hwy. 404. The State Farm Insurance Canada headquarters has recently relocated to this location. The Official Plan Steering Committee is composed of: Mayor Phyllis Morris, Chairperson; Councillor John Gallo, Vice Chair; Councillor Wendy Gaertner and Councillor Evelina MacEachern. Future growth will be concentrated in two greenfield areas of the Town: the 2C Lands, located on the east and west sides of Leslie Street, running north from Aurora Road to the Town limit, just north of the St. John's Sideroad. As part of its current Official Plan review, Town Council will soon be considering a plan that will see employment lands, worth approximately 6,000 jobs, preserved on the east side of Leslie Street, with residential restricted to the west side of Leslie Street. One other area of growth will be via intensification along the Yonge and Wellington Street corridors.

As part of the Town's Official Plan review, a sub-committee of Council has developed a plan, called The Aurora Promenade, that sets out new and redevelopment for the coming years. More than 30 public meetings, open-houses and workshops were held to create the plan. It is anticipated that 2,930 additional residents will live along the Yonge and Wellington Street corridors, close to new major transportation systems being implemented by VIVA. The study is expected to stimulate new and redevelopment along both corridors in the coming years and to reinvigorate the Town's downtown core.

The Aurora Promenade Steering Committee is composed of: Mayor Phyllis Morris, Chair; Chris Ballard, Vice-Chair and Economic Development Advisory Committee representative; Judy Marshall — Aurora Chamber of Commerce; Andries Godschalk — Heritage Advisory Committee; Michael Levesque — Leisure Services Advisory Committee; and Kenneth Whitehurst — Arts and Culture Advisory Committee The Official Plan review is to be presented to the public in early September for final comment, and go to Town Council in the Fall for final discussion and ratification. This information is provided by Movers Aurora Movers Green Movers !

 

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131 Waterloo Ave,

Toronto, ON
M3H 3Y7
Tel: (647) 225-6144
Email: info@greenmovers.ca



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