Aurora is a rapidly-growing town with a rich history and an increasingly sophisticated cultural atmosphere.
Bradford Moving has been moving households in and out of Aurora for over 30 years. We were voted the top moving company in Aurora and York Region 18 years in a row. We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau & we have custom built moving vans to ensure your goods are transferred safely and efficiently to your new destination.
The town’s population has more than doubled in just 20 years; from 29,000 in 1991 to an estimated 62,000 in 2015. And local services and business offerings have quickly increased to keep pace.
Despite this growth, Aurora’s urban planning efforts have sought to preserve a serene, natural setting throughout the town with a large Greenbelt dedicated to undeveloped land.
As Aurora moves into the future, the community is expected to match areas like Richmond Hill and northern Toronto in overall density and notability.
Aurora’s average household income is quite high at $155,000. This affluent residential character has led to the growth of larger homes, with the median home price near $650,000. However, there are also plenty of affordable homes for area residents, along with a healthy availability of jobs in the town and surrounding area.
Bradford Moving, Helping You Move to or from Aurora
Let us help you make your new home in Aurora and enjoy its tenacious community spirit. Bradford Moving & Storage is a family-owned moving business with over 30 years of experience.
History of Aurora
An order from Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe to extend Yonge Street to Holland Landing in 1793 allowed Aurora to grow into the town it is today. The street became a major arterial highway for travelling business and industrial interests.
Just a few short years later, the first house was built in Aurora at the corner of Yonge Street and Catherine Avenue. Merchants later set up business in the area and helped grow the tiny village into a hamlet with its own post office.
The laying of the Canadian Northern Railway in 1853 helped the town emerge as a flourishing industrial and residential area. G.W. Williams School was built around this time, and classes are still offered today.
As the town became more modernized in the late 20th century, efforts were made to preserve the historical character of the town’s architecture.
These efforts resulted in Aurora receiving the Ontario Heritage Award for Community Leadership in conservation and promotion. Businesses and organizations, such as the Aurora Cultural Center, are housed in the preserved structures of the past, in this case the renovated Church Street School.
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In addition to our Aurora moving services, we actively provide moving services in Newmarket, Georgina, Innisfil, King, Richmond Hill, New Tecumseth, and of course, Bradford. And we service all the areas in between.
We can give every customer the full service treatment to help make your transition to or from Aurora as stress-free and enjoyable as possible. Give us a call at (800) 263-3281 or fill out our quick contact form to get your free quote today!