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Age-Friendly Louisville in the Media

"Age-Friendly Louisville's initiatives exemplify its commitment to enhancing the well-being of older adults and creating a more inclusive community for all residents." 

AARP Livable Communities, Jan 8, 2018,

Spectrum 1 News

FEB. 05, 2024

"Louisville Groups Want to Make the City More Age Friendly 


LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Multiple organizations are partnering in Louisville to make the city more age-friendly. The AARP, University of Louisville Trager Institute, Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency and Louisville Metro Government are working together.."

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Louisville Metro TV

JAN. 10, 2024

Mayor Greenberg's Speech at 2024 Age-Friendly Louisville Kickoff Event 

On January 25th, 2024 Age-Friendly Louisville revived their workgroup meetings with a Kickoff event. Mayor Greenberg shared the 

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Courier Journal

FEB. 16, 2022

"How new Louisville Metro Council resolution creates more barriers to affordable housing


AARP Kentucky, Age-Friendly Louisville, Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund and Metropolitan Housing Coalition - In June 2021, Louisville Metro Council voted overwhelmingly (23-3) to pass a re ..."


The following domains were identified as critical to the life-long well-being of our community based on a survey of our members and the KIPDA needs assessment. Click here to learn more and attend a Domain Workshop. 

We welcome anyone who is interested in participating in the planning and implementation process of Louisville's age-friendly city plan to connect with us by joining our email list and attending a Domain Workshop.

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