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Age-Friendly Community Advisory Committee

"In Armstrong, we define age-friendly as a place where people of all ages are accepted and respected, and diverse opportunities are available to enjoy all aspects of life".


The City of Armstrong is actively looking for volunteers to fill vacancies for the Age-Friendly Committee, please see attached link: Age-Friendly Committee Member Advertisement. Please complete the Application for Appointment and forward to or drop off at City Hall, 3570 Bridge Street.

'Age-Friendly Community' Initiative Findings Report - 2012

Provincial Recognition

Work Plan

Action Item List - link will be updated shortly

Transportation Information

If you would like to create an Age-Friendly business, please contact the Armstrong Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce (250-546-8155) to schedule a volunteer and participate in a walk thru of your business,

Age-Friendly Business Guide & Assessment

Please complete a survey and return it to City Hall. Links to the Understanding the Housing Needs and Accommodation Inventory are below:

Community Housing Understanding the Housing Needs of All Ages Survey

Community Housing / Accommodation Inventory Survey

To keep up to date on what the Age-Friendly group have been doing, please check out their agendas and minutes.



Terms of Reference

Age-Friendly Application Form

Age Friendly BC

In an age-friendly British Columbia, older people are supported to live active, socially engaged, independent lives. Our vision is of a province where people of all ages and abilities feel included and valued in their communities. Through Age-friendly B.C., the government of British Columbia is working with local governments and other partners to achieve this vision. Click on the icon below for more information on the Provincial Government's Age friendly initiatives.