Aurora 69 Good
Aurora Livability #319 ranked city in Minnesota#7,644 ranked city in the USARanks better than 73% of areas

Pros and Cons of Living in Aurora

  • Cost Of Living

    The overall cost of living in this area is much lower than average. This includes everyday goods and services, as well as housing, utilities and health care.

  • Crime

    With a lower than average crime rate per 100,000 people, this area could be considered a very safe place to live. Crime rates are based on both violent and property crimes.

  • Health & Safety

    A high score in the health and safety category is a result of good air quality and the accessibility to health facilities such as hospitals, clinics, doctors, pharmacies and fire stations.

  • Amenities

    A majority of amenities are not ideally situated within a reasonable walking distance, which may lead residents to rely on a vehicle or public transportation.

  • Commute

    Public transportation is not readily available in this area and the average commute time to work could also be longer than the national average.

  • Employment

    A low score in the employment category could indicate that this area struggles with high unemployment rates and low household income and income per capita levels.

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      Aurora transportation information

      Statistic Aurora Minnesota National
      Average one way commute23min23min26min
      Workers who drive to work80.6%78.0%76.4%
      Workers who carpool9.2%8.7%9.3%
      Workers who take public transit0.5%3.5%5.1%
      Workers who bicycle1.1%0.8%0.6%
      Workers who walk2.4%2.8%2.8%
      Working from home6.2%5.3%4.6%
      Source: The Aurora, MN data and statistics displayed above are derived from the United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).