Our Plan, Our Vision, Our Voice


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What Can We Do For You?


If you feel you have a complaint, please call your Alderman or his office to express it. Alternatively, you may make the complaint online at https://www.aurora-il.org/customerservice/disclaimer.php or right here on the CONTACT US tab.

Common issues handled by the Aldermen’s office include:

  • Junk and/or trash in a neighbor’s yard.
  • A house or garage that is not kept up to code standards.
  • Junk vehicle(s) parked in a driveway.
  • More than one (1) unlicensed vehicle parked in a driveway.
  • Cars parked on the grass or lawn.
  • Vehicle parked on the street over the 48-hour parking limit.
  • Dead trees in yard or on public right of way.
  • Tall grass over 8 inches or weeds in a lot or yard.

Aldermen also handle requests such as:

  • Additional street lights.
  • Stop and yield signs or other signage such as handicapped parking, no parking and disabled child.
  • Special Service Areas (SSA): Residents can request an SSA for their street, which could involve storm sewer, sidewalks, curb and gutter, street lights, and a rebuilt street. This is done on a 50/50 basis with the city paying 50% and the residents paying 50%. It can be done by the residents paying their share through their taxes over a period of years.

Judd Lofchie

Alderman, Aurora's 10th Ward

Judd Lofchie is a self-employed lawyer and real estate developer, raising family and conducting business in Aurora for more than 20 years.  Mr. Lofchie’s law practice concentrates on real estate, estate planning, business law and litigation.   In addition, as a commercial real estate broker and developer, Judd focuses on land, office and shopping center leasing,sales and development.  

Judd received a B.A in Economics from the University of Michigan, followed by his Juris Doctor from Pepperdine's University School of Law.  As a committed lifetime learner, Judd earned his advanced law degree (LLM) from American University in Washington D.C. with concentration in International Business. In addition to his studies abroad, Judd speaks fluent French and conversational Spanish.

Making his mark on the city of Chicago, Judd founded “StreetWise” newspaper for the homeless in 1992 in Chicago which has helped more than 11,000 homeless people find work and shelter. Today, Judd serves an emeritus board member.  

Judd is a member and past president of the Aurora Rotary Club. Throughout his career, Judd has sat on many other non-profit boards  including the Kennedy Institute in Washington, D.C.,the Chol Chol Foundation in Washington, D.C., The Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce, Aurora Downtown, and RITA’s Ministry.

In 2013 Judd started Aurora Business United, a free networking group.  This successful, recurring group is attended by 80-100 professionals in each session.  

Judd is the former General Counsel for the Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce and currently is the volunteer General Counsel for Simply Destinee Youth Group and the Fox Valley Film Commission.


Chicago Citizen of the Month/of the Year, 1992, Lerner Newspapers 

Martin Luther King, Keeper of the Dream Award, United Healthcare

2015 Compassion Foundation, Community Service Award

2016 York High School Distinguished Alumni Award

General Counsel, Aurora Chamber of Commerce 2006-07