Age-Friendly Louisville: Building Inclusive Communities

Posted March 11, 2024

Age-Friendly Louisville (AFL) continues its mission to create an inclusive city for individuals of all ages and abilities. Led in partnership since 2016 by Louisville Metro Government, AARP Kentucky, KIPDA, and the UofL Trager Institute, AFL's efforts span various domains, from infrastructure and health services to social connections. AFL is in the process of drafting its 2024 – 2027 Strategic Plan within the new domain workgroups, focusing on Housing, Social Inclusion, and Outdoor Enhancement.

2024 Kickoff Event

AFL recently hosted its Kickoff Event on January 25th, reintroducing the new workgroup domains and inviting community participation. Workgroup meetings are held monthly at the Edison Center, providing residents with opportunities to shape AFL's future through engaging discussions and advocacy efforts. Join Us!

New Domains

Housing: Creating age-friendly, multigenerational communities and enhancing accessibility to home modifications.

Social Inclusion: Promoting accessible and affordable social activities, celebrating community diversity, and fostering collaboration.

Outdoor Enhancement: Improving public spaces, promoting mobility, and ensuring safer streets.