Portland, AARP survey residents on liveability

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PORTLAND — City residents age 50 and older are being sought to respond to a survey by April 10 on how well suited the community is to an aging population.

City Hall spokeswoman Jessica Grondin said the survey is available online and at community centers throughout the city.

Conducted in a partnership with AARP and the University of Southern Maine Muskie School of Public Policy, the survey seeks input on housing, transportation, streets, outdoor spaces, health and wellness, social participation, community services, information, and civic engagement.

For more information on the survey and community center addresses, visit portlandmaine.gov.