The municipality of Aurora envisioned to be a peace-loving, self-reliant, progressive, agro-industrial/commercial and eco-tourism with balanced ecology sustained by God-centered and empowered citizenry.
To earnestly continue the implementation of projects, plan and programs that cater to the basic needs of the populace which are on the pipelines while pursuing persistently the fund sourcing of those in the blueprint to attain a self-sufficient constituency with comfortable standard of living. To maintain and sustain a peaceful climate and vigorously pursue the beautification projects in line with the clean and green programs to become a tourist destination in the road map of the province tourism venture and the entire united community are business friendly.
Aurora is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines. Aurora is politically subdivided into 44 barangays. These are Acad, Alang-alang, Alegria, Anonang, Bagong Mandaue, Bagong Maslog, Bagong Oslob, Bagong Pitogo, Baki, Balas, Balide, Balintawak, Bayabas, Bemposa, Cabilinan, Campo Uno, Ceboneg, Commonwealth, Gubaan, Inasagan, Inroad, Kahayagan East (Katipunan), Kahayagan West, Kauswagan, La Paz (Tinibtiban), La Victoria, Lantungan, Libertad, Lintugop, Lubid, Maguikay, Mahayahay, Monte Alegre, Montela, Napo, Panaghiusa, Poblacion, Resthouse, Romarate, San Jose, San Juan, Sapa Loboc, Tagulalo and Waterfall.
Aurora is the easternmost municipality in Zamboanga del Sur bounded by the province of Lanao del Norte on its eastern side. The town was named after President Manuel Quezon's wife, Aurora Quezon. It was created on October 12, 1942 through the Legislative Enactment by Congress.
|Population of Aurora as of August 1, 2015 from Philippine Statistics Authority|
|Kahayagan East (Katipunan)||1,097|
|La Paz (Tinibtiban)||735|