Welcome to the website for Honolulu’s Age-Friendly City Initiative!

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Thank you for visiting the website for Honolulu’s Age-Friendly City Initiative!

UPDATE: June 2015-The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your comments and feedback. Below is a link to the final Action Plan.

To download a copy of the final Action Plan please click on the link below. Note that this is a large file and may take several minutes to download.

FINAL- Honolulu Age-Friendly City Action Plan 2015

 

 

LIVING AGE-FRIENDLY – February 7, 2015

If you would like to review the handouts from the Living Age-Friendly event, they are included in the link below:

Living Age-Friendly Event – Handouts

 

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What is an Age-Friendly City? According to the World Health Organization (WHO):

“It is a place that enables people of all ages to actively participate in community activities.  It is a place that treats everyone with respect, regardless of their age.  It is a place that makes it easy to stay connected to those around you and those you love.  It is a place that helps people stay healthy and active even at the oldest ages.  And it is a place that helps those who can no longer look after themselves to live with dignity and enjoyment.”

**New 5.23.14- See our FAQ section. Click on the link above.

We would like to thank our generous sponsors for this initiative! A big MAHALO to:

Kaiser Permanente – Visionary Sponsor

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Hawai`i Pacific University – Fiscal Sponsor

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Alexander & Baldwin – Leader Sponsor

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 Hawaiian Electric Industries (HEI) – Leader Sponsor

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Gentry Homes – Friend Sponsor

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Ward Village (Howard Hughes) – Friend Sponsor

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Access the GIS DATA MAPS developed for this initiative!

Click the link below or copy and paste it to a new browser window:

http://gis.hicentral.com/storyboards/AFCHNL.html

Questions or Concerns? Contact the Consultants from the UH Center on Aging:

  • Email: Kupuna2Keiki@gmail.com
  • Phone: 808-956-5001