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Posted on: January 30, 2017

San José Named Age-Friendly City

Last Wednesday, Mayor Sam Liccardo announced that the World Health Organization (WHO) named San José as one of only 38 cities in the United States accepted into the world-wide WHO Age-Friendly City Network. Hundreds of cities from around the world have embraced age-friendly ideals and are creating programs that optimize amenities and enhance the quality of life for residents as they age. The announcement occurred at the Seniors’ Agenda Network Summit, held in the rotunda and sponsored by Santa Clara County Department of Aging and Adult Services and Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services (PRNS), who is heading up the City’s efforts. For more information, click here or contact Neil Rufino, PRNS Acting Deputy Director, at (408) 535-3576.

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