The KC Communities for All Ages Recognition Program was created to recognize communities that took steps to be more accommodating to residents of all ages while becoming more vibrant, healthy, and prosperous. The City of Parkville committed to being intentional in approach and response to the anticipated increase of older adults. On March 6, 2018, the Board of Aldermen adopted Resolution No. 18-005 joining in support of the Communities for All Ages Initiative. Residents are invited to complete this questionnaire on the livability of our city and share your thoughts on elements that make a city “age-friendly”.
Why is this important? An age-friendly community is a great place to grow up and grow old. As America’s population ages, experts believe the most successful and vibrant communities will be those that are age-friendly. These communities allow for greater mobility, productivity, and optimal health and well-being.
We need your input to inform and guide planning for the future. The survey is available through August 15.
To learn more about the regional program, visit MARC’s website at http://www.marc.org/Community/KC-Communities-for-All-Ages.