Surveys for a More Livable Lexington
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.”