Livable Communities

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Learn how Talent Maker City is building community with its innovative work in response to COVID-19
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Southern Oregon’s Disaster Registry is the only one of its kind in the state. One factor that makes the registry effective is the close communication and mutual appreciation between Rogue Valley Council of Government Senior and Disability Services and County Emergency Management.
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Crossing the street shouldn’t mean crossing your fingers.
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Now more than ever, we need the out of doors, the satisfaction of a good walk, ways to connect.
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RVCOG seeks input from Jackson and Josephine County Residents
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AARP Awards “Challenge Grants” to 159 Communities Across the Country
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Metro's Transportation 2020 and Our Region's Transportation Future
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Don't miss the largest one-day ADU tour!
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Across Oregon, from the high deserts to the temperate coast, Oregonians love their communities and envision a future where they can continue to live and thrive where they live. That is the overwhelming conclusion of the Building a Communities for All Ages: Age-Friendly Oregon listening tour that AARP Oregon conducted in the summer and fall of 2019. Findings from the statewide tour, which included community conversations in thirteen communities spanning the state, as well as interviews with community leaders and subject matter experts representing diverse sectors and geographies, will be available for distribution in May 2019.
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What happens when we are not able to drive or use public transit? How do we get around to meet our everyday needs and stay connected in to our community? AARP research tell us that transportation and mobility options are fundamental to our well-being as we grow older. But too often, lack of accessible, reliable transportation options keep older adults and people with disabilities from participating in everyday activities or meeting basic needs.
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