Commission on Aging Hosts Lifetime Community Workshop
TIME + LOCATION
ABOUT THE EVENT
The City of Bloomington 2040 Comprehensive Master Plan calls for the use of the Lifetime Community concept as a framework for redevelopment of areas like the existing 24-acre site of the IU Health Bloomington Hospital, Switchyard Park, and other locations.
In order to provide residents with background on the concept of a Lifetime Community, and in preparation for upcoming local discussions about the Comprehensive Master Plan and related redevelopment opportunities, the City’s Commission on Aging is holding a free public workshop at City Hall (401 N. Morton) in Council Chambers on Friday, March 9. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and the workshop is from 10:00 a.m. until noon. Guest speakers include Zach Benedict, a Fort Wayne architect who has helped pioneer the Lifetime Community concept nationally, and Phil Stafford, recently retired Director of the former Indiana University Center on Aging and Community and a member of the Bloomington Commission on Aging.
For more information: https://bloomington.in.gov/news/2018/02/08/3159