Aurora, Colorado Information & Statistics

Quick Facts

The 2018 population estimate for Aurora is 363,550, a change of 7.09% when compared to 2014. With an area of 154.21 square miles, this works out to a population density of 2,357.54 persons/mi2.
The number of households in 2018 were estimated to be 128,182, with an average household size of 2.82.
Aurora's 2018 unemployment rate was 4.96%.
The average household income in Aurora for 2018 was $78,184, while the median was $62,541.

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Aurora Fertility Rate

5,563 estimated births

Aurora Household Characteristics

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Type of Housing

Aurora Housing Values

Median mortgage payment for 2018: $1,529

Aurora Average Rent as Percentage of Gross Income

Median rent for 2018: $1,241

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Aurora Population Data

Period Geography Population
2014 Aurora city, Colorado 339,480
2015 Aurora city, Colorado 345,867
2016 Aurora city, Colorado 351,131
2017 Aurora city, Colorado 357,323
2018 Aurora city, Colorado 363,550