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In late March, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order to slow the spread of Covid-19. Two months later, on May 29, the Governor announced an updated 4-phase, county-by-county “Safe Start” reopening plan.
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Much of the Tacoma’s work focuses on pedestrian safety, rising rents and limited public transit. Last year it did major sidewalk repairs and installed hundreds of curb ramps.
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Welcome to the homepage for the AARP Washington State Podcast. Our podcast focuses on Health, Wealth & Self, and how we can make life after age 50 the best years of our lives.
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We’re writing with an important message to let you know that we have canceled our external events until further notice. While convening events is a core part of our mission, we have changed our approach in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
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There are about $675 billion reasons that you should care about the 2020 Census. The census influences how your tax dollars are spent over the next ten years. For every person who isn’t counted it costs your community tens of thousands of dollars.
Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodards and At-Large Council Member Lillian Hunter with age-friendly designation certificate.
A commitment to make the city more livable for people of all ages and abilities
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Note: We have updated our list of resources. Visit our new article Information for Washingtonians during Covid-10 Outbreak.
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Undergoing a livability audit helped with improvements such as better signage and walkways.
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AARP Chapter #384 members, pictured left to right, Herb Daul, Vice President; Gerry Giles, Treasurer; Bob Seamons, Secretary; and Kathy Fleming, President.
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