Maynard, Massachusetts Print
Joined the AARP Age-Friendly Network:
Lead Agency: The Minuteman Advisory Group on Interlocal Coordination
Regional Planning Organization/Metropolitan Planning Organization/Council on Government
Action Plan Download
An action plan is based on the results of community surveys identifying needs within the 8 Domains of Livability that influence the health and quality of life of older adults. While there is flexibility in how a plan is created and what it will do, every action plan includes a statement about what can be achieved, target dates for goal completion, identification of participating organizations and indicators to measure progress. The action plan is an "active" rather than static document. Revisions and amendments are a sign of program improvement and progress.
Action Plan Highlights
TransportationPromote safety, connectivity, and a diversity of transit modes for older adults and people with disabilities by implementing Complete Streets principles in transportation infrastructure improvements.
HousingExpand housing choice, affordability, and access to home maintenance, repair, and modification resources so that older adults can remain in their community as their housing needs and preferences change.