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Get Involved

There are numerous ways individuals and organizations can be involved with the implementation of Age-Friendly DC.

Upcoming Age-Friendly DC 2015 Progress Report Information Sessions

Want to get involved? Come learn about the work underway to make DC an age-friendly city, find out about new projects and volunteer opportunities starting this year, and help spread the word to others in your community. We have two volunteer training sessions coming up. Please RSVP by filling out our Volunteer survey or emailing and indicating which session you plan to attend.

Date  Location Time
Saturday, November 14 R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center, 2730 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., SE 10 am -noon
Tuesday, November 17 441 4th St. NW, Old Council Chambers 10 am - noon

Age-Friendly Livability Survey

If you haven't yet had the opportunity to share your opinion on how livable and age-friendly DC is today, please take a few moments to complete our Livability Survey. Paper copies are also available at all library branches and the survey is available in a number of languages other than English.

Age-Friendly DC Presentations

Age-Friendly DC staff and volunteers will be enaging communities across the city throughout November and December with presentations at local library branches. A list of dates and locations for these presentations will be posted shortly.  

Age-Friendly DC Block-by-Block Walk

Between March and September of 2014, 104 of 296 Single Member Districts (SMDs) were surveyed regarding walkability, neighborhood amenities, and specific concerns. During the spring Walks, hundreds of volunteers took to the streets of DC to identify neighborhood assets and issues needing attention all through the lens of DC residents 60 and older. When the data from all the Walk areas is combined, it will help the city improve policy and practice to make daily life better for those who live, work or visit.

There are SMDs that still need to be surveyed. Learn how you can help.

Stay connected

Staying connected to Age-Friendly DC is easy: