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Scottsdale Community Area

Scottsdale

Description:
People 60 years plus who call Scottsdale home bring an array of strengths and assets in their expertise and talents. In close collaboration with nonprofit agencies, places of worship, and residents, the City of Scottsdale is exploring how best to leverage the time and talents of this population to enhance the way of life for residents of any age. Community engagement and data analysis are underway now as the partners develop a new approach to creating an age-friendly community. This new approach will provide meaningful opportunities for older adults to connect with people of all ages in Scottsdale.

Contact Information:
Cindy Ensign, City of Scottsdale, censign@scottsdaleaz.gov

Geography:
The City of Scottsdale

Opportunities to Get Involved:
If you would like to participate in or conduct interviews, focus groups, or surveys, we need you! There are many ways to be involved with this project. Please contact us today.

Scottsdale Community in Pictures

  • Intergenerational Tutoring Program End of Year Party at Via Linda Senior Center
    Intergenerational Tutoring Program
  • Intergenerational Tutoring Program End of Year Party at Via Linda Senior Center
    Intergenerational Tutoring Program

About Us

The Greater Phoenix Age-Friendly Network is a partnership hosted by the Maricopa Association of Governments, a regional planning agency serving the Greater Phoenix area. We are committed to ensuring every person can live a fulfilled life at any age, connected to family, friends, and community.

Contact Us

Maricopa Association of Governments
302 North 1st Avenue, suite 300
Phoenix, Arizona  85003

Phone: 602-452-5074
Fax: 602-254-6490
Web: www.azmag.gov
Email: mag@azmag.gov

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