Is Your Community Age-Friendly?
One in three Americans is now age 50 or older — by 2030, one in five will be 65-plus. Will your community be ready? AARP can help your neighborhood, town, city or even state become a great place for all ages. Explore this site for examples, action plans, case studies, tool kits and more.
in the spotlight
Regardless of your location, y’all could benefit from the lessons and resources in this AARP and National Complete Streets Coaltion tool kit
Walkability, places to gather, outdoor spaces: These features and more make a city or town a livable place for being 50+ — or any age
Where aarp stands
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Select resources on AARP.org/livable are featured as part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Healthy Aging Research Network's Environmental and Policy Change Clearinghouse, which has been integrated into this site. The CDC's Healthy Aging Research Network (CDC-HAN) is part of the CDC's Prevention Research Centers Program and is supported through the CDC's Healthy Aging Program. For additional information visit: www.prc-han.org.