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July 18, 2018 
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Livable Communities Newsletter
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And the Winners Are …
We received more than 1,600 applications for the second annual AARP Community Challenge. We’re able to fund 129 projects. See which proposals made the cut.
LOOK THROUGH THE LIST
And Some of the Winners Were …
We revisited several of the 2017 grantees. Here’s a slideshow featuring a few. (And more are featured in the 2018 edition of the free AARP “bookazine” Where We Live: Communities for All Ages. Scroll down for that link.)
SEE WHAT WAS ACHIEVED
Events, Resources & More
How to Give Away Trees — Tree distribution initiatives can help turn city streets and suburbs green. Learn how to run a Community Canopy program by registering for a one-hour webinar sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation. But don’t delay. The discussion will be held tomorrow, July 19, 2–3 p.m. (EDT). Register today!
Source: Sustainable City Network ►
How to Create Safer Streets — The National Complete Streets Coalition’s “Safe Streets Academy” recently conducted street safety demonstrations in Orlando, Florida; Lexington, Kentucky; and South Bend, Indiana. Find out what was done and what was learned. Source: Smart Growth America ►
How to Find Streets With No Traffic — Locate the least used roadways in your state through the interactive “America’s Quietest Routes” map. Source: GeoTab.com ►
Download or order a free copy of Where We Live: Communities for All Ages.
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