The City of Mountain View has been accepted as a new member to the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities.
The Global Network supports cities and communities around the world that are working towards becoming great places to grow old by:
Link to World Health Organization (WHO) Website:
Link to Mountain View on (WHO) Website:
View the results from the Age-Friendly City Survey below:
As part of the City of Mountain View’s commitment to being accepted into the WHO Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities, the city has established an Age-Friendly City Task Force. The Age-Friendly City Task Force will further the work of the Senior Advisory Committee and the work they have done to further the ideals of WHO. The Age-Friendly City Task Force is comprised of Mountain View residents passionate about senior issues and are focusing on developing an action plan for the City of Mountain View. The action plan is based on community assessments and will identify key indicators to document progress.
To recognize current initiatives in the City of Mountain View that make the city age-friendly and identify any gaps/needs in service or available resources that hinder the age-friendliness of the City of Mountain View. Using the World Health Organization’s eight domains of livability, develop an actionable, strategic Age-Friendly Action Plan recommending projects and/or practices and creating metrics to monitor progress toward planned goals.
For more information please contact Michele Petersen, Recreation Supervisor at 650-903-6446.