Aurora Seeks Public Input On Plans For 520 Acre Parcel

As part of a six-step planning process, the City of Aurora, IL Planning and Zoning Department will host a virtual Open House to discuss plans for the Wolf’s Crossing Subarea at 6 p.m. on Monday, January 11. (See the attached aerial).

Interested residents and stakeholders can watch on the City’s Facebook page at and on the homepage of the City’s website at

Ward 9 Alderman Edward J. Bugg will provide opening remarks before the presentation.

A part of the City of Aurora’s Comprehensive Plan, the Wolf’s Crossing Subarea Plan is focused on updating the City of Aurora’s land use and transportation recommendations for an area of approximately 500 acres in the most southern part of Aurora in Ward 9, bounded by 111th Street, US Route 30, Eola Road, Wolf’s Crossing and the CN rail line.

The virtual open house is the fifth step in the process, which includes reviewing existing conditions; developing goals and objectives; creating future plans and recommendations; implementing strategies for actionable next steps; gathering public input; and adopting final plans via the Planning Commission, public hearing and City Council approval.

View a draft of Wolf's Crossing Subarea Plan at

The public can ask questions on Facebook during the live presentation or submit questions to the Planning and Zoning Department via email at before or after the presentation.

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