There are numerous ways individuals and organizations can be involved with the implementation of Age-Friendly DC.
The Age-Friendly DC Task Force, knowledgeable leaders, residents, and other stakeholders have been hard at work drafting goals and objectives to help make sure the city wins the Age-Friendly designation.
We are presenting the latest draft of the goals and objectives for public review. Your feedback will help transform DC into a better place to live, work and play and to grow up and grow old. Click here to learn the ways you can participate in the review.
What do you see when you walk around your neighborhood? What about other parts of the city where you may shop, visit friends or go to medical appointments?
Share what you see by participating in the September 6 walk. Learn more.
The information gleaned on the September 6 Walk will be added to that gathered during the March 20 - April 15 Age-Friendly Block-by-Block Walk. 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.
- Invite the Age-Friendly DC Director or Task Force member to speak to your organization about what the initiative is and how you can be involved
- Identify ways the Department of Parks and Recreation and Office of Planning can integrate the needs of older residents in Play DC!, the Department of Parks and Recreation strategic planning effort
- Connect with Age-Friendly DC staff by calling (202) 727-7973 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staying connected to Age-Friendly DC is easy: