Age-Friendly Community Information

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Age Friendly Community Needs Survey

To complete the Age Friendly Community Needs Survey, click on this link:

Two lucky winners will be randomly selected from all survey respondents to win a 
$250 Visa gift card!

The information you provide in this survey will help guide the community planning process 
and improve community features for people of all ages.

Your answers will be kept confidential.  
The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

 Locations where you can pick up a paper copy of the survey are listed here.

Please call or email the Broome County Office for Aging with any questions:  
(607) 778-2411 or email us at

How Can You Get Involved?

Becoming an Age-Friendly Community: please click here to submit your request for How Can I Get Involved?

Upcoming Events

Later this summer, workgroups will be forming to assist with the Age-Friendly process.  Stay tuned!

Presentations from Community Forum on September 14, 2018.

New York State Office for Aging Presentation

Broome County Office for Aging Presentation 

Video from the Age-Friendly Community Forum 

New York State Office for Aging Director Greg Olsen


Details about what it means to be an Age-Friendly Community can be found at the following links: 

World Health Organization


8 Domains of Livability 

Where We Live:  Communities For All Ages 

Aging with Grace: The Next Big Challenge for Urbanists 

Aging Demographics - Broome County Municipalities 

Broome County

Barker, Town of

Binghamton, City of 

Binghamton, Town of

Chenango, Town of

Colesville, Town of

Conklin, Town of

Deposit, Village of

Dickinson, Town of

Endicott, Village of

Fenton, Town of

Johnson City, Village of

Kirkwood, Town of

Lisle, Town of

Lisle, Village of

Maine, Town of

Nanticoke, Town of

Port Dickinson, Village of 

Sanford, Town of

Triangle, Town of

Union, Town of

Vestal, Town of

Windsor, Town of 

Windsor, Village of

Whitney Point, Village of