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Great Places for All Ages

Learn what a livable community is, and how and why AARP is working with local leaders nationwide to make communities more livable for people of all ages

STATS AND FACTS

America is an Aging Nation

The population of older adults is getting larger — and older. By 2034, older adults will outnumber children. See these and similar population projections.

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PUBLICATIONS

Livable Library

Free publications to help community leaders and residents make where they live more livable for people of all ages

LIVABLE LESSONS

AARP Walk Audit Worksheets

Download, print and use this single-sheet documents to turn a routine walk into a helpful, community-improving data collection activity

SLIDESHOWS

Missing Middle Housing

These walkable, mid-sized, often multifamily and once common residences are very much needed and too hard to find

TRANSPORTATION

See a Sample Complete Street

Follow the numbers to make a roadway safer for all users of all ages

HOUSING

All About Accessory Dwelling Units

As small homes that exist on the same property lot as a single-family residence, ADUs play a major role in serving a national housing need

PLACES AND SPACES

Making Places Pop!

Recipes for projects that inspire change — and improve communities for people of all ages

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Helping Retailers be Age-Friendly

From AARP Hawaii, advice for how businesses can better serve older adults

A-Z Subject Archive

CONTACT US

Email the AARP Livable Communities team at Livable@AARP.org.

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