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The 2018 AARP Livable Communities National Conference will be headed "Uptown" this November. Here's some of what makes Charlotte, North Carolina, a good city for a livability gathering. Take a Look »
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This third edition in the Where We Live series features stories and solutions from throughout the U.S. Download the book or order the free paperback
Learn what a livable community is, and how and why AARP is working with local leaders nationwide to make more places more livable for people of all ages
Use this survey kit to observe and document the safety and safety risks of the streets in your community.
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