Livable Communities - Great Places for All Ages
One in 3 Americans is age 50 or older. By 2030, 1 in 5 will be 65-plus  
 
LIVABLE COMMUNITIES | Great Places for All Ages
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AARP(R) Real Possibilities
How To Create Great Places
How To Create Great Places
We've already shared a few of our new Livability fact sheets, which we created with the Walkable and Livable Communities Institute. The entire 11-part series is now done. Download the complete collection or select individual fact sheets about Road Diets, Modern Roundabouts, Traffic Calming, Density and more.
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The Public Health and Livable Communities Connection
The Public Health and Livable Communities Connection
Learn how livability efforts benefit from working with public health professionals, programs and partnerships.
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5 Questions for Patricia Sears
5 Questions for Patricia Sears
After a career spent community-building abroad, an economic development expert explains why she's investing in Newport, Vermont.
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How to Involve the Right Players in a Livable Communities Plan
3 Easy Ways to Involve the Right Players in a Livable Communities Plan
AARP state offices share tips for getting off to a good start with key stakeholders. (Here's one tip: Target a quick "win.")
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More Than 26 Million to Be Served
More Than 26 Million and Counting
See what Boston, Birmingham and tiny Big Flats, N.Y., have in common with one another and six Texas cities.
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October 2014 Visit Our Site: www.aarp.org/livable Contact Us: livable@aarp.org