There are 40,000 people throughout the village and 6 townships. People enjoy living here because of the opportunities that this unique community has to offer in an area small enough to know you, yet sophisticated enough to serve your every need.
There are also many opportunities for growth in local industrial parks or in other existing sites throughout these communities. The Greater East Aurora area is very unique in that it combines an active and vital manufacturing and retail environment with quaint, historic and attractive residential communities. In addition, there are three quality, Recognized school districts;
East Aurora - http://www.eastauroraschools.org
Ormsby Education Certer -www.e2ccb.org/OrmsbyCenter.cfm
Each provides quality learning and facilities.
EAST AURORA, NY
The historic community of East Aurora has plenty of unique attractions for people searching for a close, fun-filled daytrip. The Village of East Aurora and Town of Aurora have been home to some amazing people and movements, including President Millard Fillmore, the Roycroft Arts & Crafts movement and the founders of the international toy company, Fisher-Price. East Aurora's quaint, historic Main Street - directly off Route 400, just 25 miles from downtown Buffalo features a variety of shops, eateries, museums, historic sites and adventures to meet every family's requirements for a full day of fun.
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TOWN OF AURORA
Dept. of Parks & Recreation - www.aurorarec.com
Today the Town Hall "Chapel" in addition to serving town government functions, also houses the Aurora Town Museum which is maintained by the Aurora Historical Society. Visitors can stop by the unique Hawk Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, 655 Luther Road, for a tour of this special facility dedicated to the care, rehabilitation and release of injured and orphaned wildlife.
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TOWN OF COLDEN
Colden is located off Route 240, and is a picturesque community formed in 1827. In the mid-1800's, Colden became known for its mills which manufactured washing machines, spinning wheels, ironing boards and shingles. Today, visitors can shop at the famous Colden Country Store and enjoy a meal at the Old Mill Restaurant. Colden is also home to a number of ski resorts, including Kissing Bridge.
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TOWN OF ELMA
Elma has attracted several large nationally and internationally recognized businesses. Moog, an aerospace product manufacturer, has its corporate headquarters in Elma, and the town is also home to Steuben Foods and Servotronics.
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TOWN OF HOLLAND
Holland located on Route 16 - is home to a variety of attractions including antique and collectible shops and the Holland NASCAR Motorsports Complex.. Holland is also home to the Holland Tulip Festival, which takes place the second weekend in May.
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TOWN OF MARILLA
Marilla founded in 1853, offers many beautiful agricultural landscapes for those interested in a scenic drive - with a stop at the Marilla General Store and Museum at the corner of Bullis and Two Rod Road.
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TOWN OF WALES
Wales is the earliest town established in Erie County, with settlers arriving in 1806. This small village is located on Route 20A, just a few miles east of Route 400. The village itself features a Country Store and antique shops.
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