Surveys for a More Livable Lexington

Lexington seniors have a chance to tell the city how to make the place they live more "livable."

The Senior Services Commission is heading up the project and put out of survey asking what Lexington can do to be more age-friendly.

The suggestions will be put to use leading the city toward the creation of a plan for Livable Lexington.

The study focuses on eight areas that seem most important to order adults including: community support, health services and transportation.

 “Our goal with this survey is to not just have seniors take it but the entire community because what’s good for a stroller is also good for a wheelchair,” said Mary Crowley-Schmidt with the Bluegrass Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living.  “We want Lexington to be, it’s already an amazingly wonderful city and we want it to be even better.”

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