San Diego’s City AgeWell survey seeks input to help improve livability for residents 50 and older

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A new city wide survey is asking for feedback to help improve livability for older residents.

The City of San Diego is asking for input from residents 50 and older to help the City prepare for the changing needs of the public that come with aging. Information collected from this survey will inform quality of life decisions for our aging population.

It is also part of a broader City effort in concert with the World Health Organization and the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) to designate San Diego as a member of the global network of “Age-Friendly Cities” that embrace healthy aging, civic participation and sustainable economic and social success.

The survey, which takes approximately 10 minutes to complete, seeks input across eight topics: Outdoor Spaces and Public Places, Transportation, Housing, Social Participation, Respect and Social Inclusion, Work and Civic Engagement, Communications and Information and Community and Health Services.

AgeWell services District Manager Kristi Fenick joined us Wednesday on Good Morning San Diego to talk more about the city’s goal with the survey.

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