Augusta, Georgia is now recognized as an AARP Age-Friendly Community.
An Age-Friendly Community is designed to establish an inclusive and accessible environment that encourages active and healthy aging. It also proactively focuses on those elements of communities that enhance independent living with a goal of having older citizens take a more active role in their communities.
The Age-Friendly Communities program provides an excellent opportunity to broaden support from other agencies and organizations for much of the work that is currently underway in the Augusta area. -AARP.org
For more information regarding AARP Age-Friendly Communities, click here.
Augusta Age=Friendly Advisory Council Meeting
KROC Center – 1833 Broad Street, Augusta
Second Thursday, every other month
- Jan. 8, Mar. 12, May 14, July 9, Sept. 10, Nov. 12
Americans with Disabilities Act
Augusta is conducting a Self-Evaluation for the ADA related to Transit. You can review our ADA Web Site in order to learn more about this program and contribute your thoughts online.