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Properties Owned by City of Aurora Sit Vacant Despite Pleas from Neighbors as List Grows

Neighbors say the city has turned down their ideas to convert vacant residential properties into parks, community gardens, tiny homes for low-income residents, off-street parking, or expanded yards for adjacent homeowners. The city of Aurora owns 440 properties in Kane County, including some parcels too small for a typical suburban home. 

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See a list of properties the city deems non-buildable below:


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