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Livable Communities

Join AARP Ohio virtually as we break down the A-to-Zs of zoning and highlight recent efforts in Ohio communities to enhance community livability.
AARP Community Challenge is back in 2024 and is currently accepting grant applications online for quick-action community projects through March 6.
The best way to continue living independently in a home you love is to plan ahead and make changes that will benefit you today and in the future, as needs and abilities will change over time.
Seven Ohio entities won 2023 AARP Community Challenge grants—totaling nearly $136,000. Projects included a home repair service for older adults, a grocery store in a food desert and an urban farm.
High-speed internet isn't a luxury, it's a necessity for older Ohioans to age safely in their homes. Ohio broadband leaders have come up with a plan they want your comments on by Sept. 22.
AARP Ohio is celebrating wins on issues important to the state's 50-plus and caregivers.
Two challenging realities facing many communities are the lack of housing, especially affordable housing, and the rate of which our population is aging. The solution: ADUs.
AARP Community Challenge grant program is back again for 2023 but with two additional grant opportunities. Help spread the word to leaders in your community!
When city and county leaders decide what’s best for their communities—from the type of housing allowed to bus service and park investments—AARP Ohio wants them to consider its 1.5 million members.
Six Ohio organizations and municipalities received 2022 AARP Community Challenge grants for local projects to benefit residents of all ages.
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