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Community For All Ages

What is a Community for All Ages?
A community for all ages is one designed to be more welcoming to residents of all ages.  It is a community that is more vibrant, healthy and prosperous.  The First Suburbs Coalition (FSC) and the KC Communities for All Ages Initiative (KCC) developed the Communities for All Ages Recognition Program to recognize communities that have taken steps to become a Community for All Ages (CFAA).

Day by day, America is getting older. 
Ten thousand baby boomers turn 65 every 24 hours. According to census projections, by 2050, the number of older adults in America will double to more than 89 million, and more than one out of five Americans will be 65 or older. The nine-county Kansas City region anticipates the population of those 65 and over will increase by 90 percent during the same time-frame. North Kansas City will also see an increase in the 65+ population.

NKC Population Growth

What has North Kansas City done so far?
  • The City was awarded the Bronze Level designation in November 2018.
  • The North Kansas City City Council passed Resolution 19-0007 on February 5, 2019, which started the Silver Level Assessment. 
  • The Planning Commission has begun working through the Silver Level Assessment Workbook.
What’s next?
The Planning Commission has recommended that the Silver Level Assessment Executive Summary and Workbook be reviewed by the City Council at the November 5, 2019 Works Session.

Click here to learn more about the Communities for All Ages Recognition Program.

Community For All Ages Resources:
Clay County Senior Services
Link for Care
MARC Department of Aging and Adult Services
Older Driver Safety Resources
United Way of Greater Kansas City
 

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2010 Howell St
North Kansas City, MO 64116

Phone 816-274-6000

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