AARP Livable Communities E-Newsletter
One in 3 Americans is age 50 or older. By 2030, 1 in 5 will be 65+ Read this email online ››
 
LIVABLE COMMUNITIES | Great Places for All Ages
e-Newsletter
AARP(R) Real Possibilities
 
13 Tools for Making a Community More Livable, Safe and Walkable
13 "Tools" for Making a Community More Livable, Safe and Walkable
Compared to many infrastructure efforts, these placemaking solutions can be implemented quickly and affordably.
Take a Look! »
Bicycles Aren't Just for Kids
Bicycles Aren't Just for Kids
As the fastest growing group of cyclists, older adults are pedaling for better health, transportation and fun.
Read »
5 Questions for Carol Rhea
5 Questions for Carol Rhea
The new president of the American Planning Association talks about creating livable places (with and without a magic wand).
Read »
AARP and ICMA Work Together for People of All Ages
AARP and ICMA Work Together for
People of All Ages
We team up with the International City/County Management Association to help communities become more livable.
Read »
Growing Older in Cities
Growing Older in Cities
By 2050, a full 25 percent of the world's population will be 65 or older. To help cities prepare, OECD (the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) examines best practices from urban areas around the globe.
Read »
You May Also Like:
     Calculate the "Livability Score" of any Address in the U.S. Do >>
     Download the "In a Livable Community" Poster. Look >>
     Need Livability Information? Visit Our A-Z Archives. Go >>
June 2015 Subscribe:
www.aarp.org/livable-newsletter
Visit Our Site:
www.aarp.org/livable
Contact Us:
livable@aarp.org