March 1, 2022
Today the City of South Bend launched its AARP Age-Friendly Community Survey. The City is asking residents aged 50 and over to take the survey and hopes to collect 500 responses over the next six weeks. The information collected will be used to inform the City’s efforts towards becoming more livable for residents of all ages.
“I am excited to hear from our residents through this survey,” said Mayor James Mueller. “South Bend should continue to be on a forefront of making Age-Friendly improvements a priority, and we hope you’ll share your thoughts.”
The survey is part of the City’s commitment to becoming more age-friendly through enrollment in the “AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities”.
Residents can take the survey online at southbendin.gov/age-friendly. Paper copies and Spanish versions of the survey are also available. Please contact the Mayor’s Office at 574-235-5799 to request a paper copy. Paper copies will also be available City community centers.
NOTICE FOR HEARING AND SIGHT IMPAIRED PERSONS
Auxiliary Aid or other services may be available upon request at no charge if needed by you to participate in this survey.
Please give reasonable advance request (48 hours) when possible by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to 574-235-5799.