Neighborhood & Community Relations

Crown Roller Mill, Room 425
105 5th Avenue South 
Minneapolis, MN 55401
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Aging Community

Minneapolis is a city for all ages. Although Minneapolis is historically a “young” city, our 50 + population is expected to grow at a very fast rate due to the aging of the Baby Boomer generation born between 1946-1964. Minneapolis is an age balanced community and has vibrant and thriving neighborhoods for all ages, because of this; the World Health Organization and AARP have designated Minneapolis as an Age Friendly Community.

Current initiatives

Volunteerism, entrepreneurialism and civic engagement are priorities identified through many local and national studies on aging; highlighting the tremendous asset older adults bring to their communities.

Connecting with the community

For more information about effective and culturally appropriate strategies to engage the aging communities in Minneapolis, please contact Christina Kendrick, Senior Community Specialist, at Christina.Kendrick@minneapolismn.gov or 612.673.3952 (office).

Last updated Jul 10, 2015

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