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Livable Communities Survey remains open through February

AARP’s Livable Communities survey is open to Norman residents aged 40 and up through February at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AARPNorman.   

The survey seeks resident’s opinions on key living factors for the Norman community and results will be shared with the City of Norman. Topics include housing, outdoor spaces, transportation and streets, health and wellness, social participation, educational opportunities, volunteering, and civic engagement, and job opportunities. 
“It is our hope that results from the survey will assist AARP, city leaders and program administrators identify infrastructure needs and issues in each community and help prioritize issues to be addressed to support older adults’ health and well-being as well as spotlight some incredible successes the community has made over the past several years,” said Mashell Soujohn AARP Associate State Director of Community Outreach.

The survey seeks resident’s opinions on key living factors for the Norman community and results will be shared with the City of Norman. Topics include housing, outdoor spaces, transportation and streets, health and wellness, social participation, educational opportunities, volunteering, and civic engagement, and job opportunities. 

“It is our hope that results from the survey will assist AARP, city leaders and program administrators identify infrastructure needs and issues in each community and help prioritize issues to be addressed to support older adults’ health and well-being as well as spotlight some incredible successes the community has made over the past several years,” said Mashell Soujohn AARP Associate State Director of Community Outreach.