Control means that the youth(s) act in accordance with Town Center at Aurora Rules of Conduct.
A parent or guardian must be in visual contact with the youth(s) he or she is escorting. For parents or guardians who are visually impaired, supervision means that the parent or guardian is in such a position that, if he or she were not visually impaired, he or she would be in visual contact with the youth(s) he or she is escorting.
Individuals who cannot produce acceptable identification may not enter Town Center at Aurora during the times the Parental Escort Policy is in effect.
The Family Night Policy is in effect Fridays and Saturdays from 4pm until the mall’s closing.
At 4pm and periodically thereafter on Fridays and Saturdays security officers and ambassadors will walk through Town Center at Aurora common areas and ask for acceptable identification from all individuals who appear to be 21 years of age or younger.
All individuals who appear to be under 21 years of age will be asked to show a government issued photo identification card at the entrances to Town Center at Aurora.
Driver’s licenses, state identification cards, passports, and military cards are acceptable forms of identification. Town Center at Aurora employee identification cards will also be accepted.