With the completion of legislative redistricting in late 2021 by the Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission, Colorado House District 36 now includes all of the part of Aurora in Adams County as well as parts of east Aurora in Arapahoe County from Colfax Ave south to Quincy Ave. To confirm what state house and state senate districts you live in and whether these changed due to legislative redistricting, use this lookup tool from the Colorado General Assembly web site.
District 36, like Aurora as a whole, is a richly diverse district. More than 40% of residents of District 36 are Hispanic or Latino, nearly 15% are African American, and more than 6% are Asian, according to data from the state of Colorado. Students who attend Aurora Public Schools speak over 100 languages and come from around 130 countries.
Neighborhoods –In Adams County, District 36 includes Aurora Highlands, Fitzsimmons, Friendly Village, Green Valley Ranch East, High Pointe, Morris Heights, Norfolk Glen, and Tower Triangle, among others. In Arapahoe County, District 36 includes Adonea, Apache Mesa, Cross Creek, East Quincy Highlands, Kierkegaard Acres, Laredo Highline, Murphy Creek, The Conservatory, Tallgrass, Tollgate Overlook, Traditions, and Waterstone, among others.
Schools – Most of District 36 is within the Aurora Public School district; some areas of District 36 are within the Cherry Creek School District.
City of Aurora – Most of District 36 is within Aurora wards 1 and 2; small areas are within wards 3 and 6.
Adams & Arapahoe Counties -The Adams County part of District 36 is within Adams County commission district 5. The Arapahoe County part of District 36 is mostly within Arapahoe County commission districts 3 and 5, with a very small part in commission district 4.