WHO

Woman Loves Her Dog
The City of Henderson is the first Nevada city to join the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, demonstrating a strong commitment to create an environment that is accessible and encourages active and healthy living for all ages.  Mayor Andy Hafen and the City Council proclaimed February 2 "Age-Friendly Community Day" in Henderson to kick-off an extensive process to identify and address priorities to make its neighborhoods livable and sustainable.
Senior couple on cycle ride
We all want to reside in a community that's a great place to live, and AARP wants to help cities across the country and here in Utah get there!  That's the basis for the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities program, which encourages cities, towns, and communities to  commit to improving their age-friendliness and submit to a rigorous membership assessment cycle.
sidewalk_curb_cut
Second only to driving, walking is one of the most popular means of getting from point A to point B in the US.  It’s easy, cheap and has the added benefit of boosting your mood and increasing your health and longevity.  All you need is a pair of sneakers and you’re ready to go!
Taylor Hamai at AARP
Students at Iolani School are reaching across the generations to understand the challenges of aging.
AARP Logo with state logos in background
Building Communities for All Ages
Search AARP States