City of Atlanta Commission on Aging

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The City of Atlanta Commission on Aging is tasked with addressing the issues and concerns of the aging population in Atlanta.  Members serve on an ongoing basis to address the special needs of the elderly as it relates to but not limited to, traffic and transportation (pedestrian walks, traffic signals, etc.), sanitation services, public safety issues, recreation services, housing and social support services. 

It is comprised of 19 voting members, appointed in the following manner:

  • Two representatives appointed by the Mayor

  • Two representatives appointed by the President of City Council

  • One representative appointed by each of the 15 City Council members

Each member serves a four-year term from the date of appointment.  View by-laws here. 

A regular meeting of the full Commission is held on the third Tuesday of every month unless otherwise ordered by the Commission in advance.  All meetings are open to the public.  Meetings begin at 10:00 am and are held in the Conference Room at C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center.  It is located at 3201 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive NW, Atlanta, GA  30311. View 2020 meeting calendar here. 

Information and Events (Calendar):
2020 Aging Well Expo  POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Census Ambassador Training

Resources:
Georgia Division of Aging Services
Fulton County Senior Services
DeKalb County Senior Services
Empowerline
Georgia Aging & Disability Resource Center
2020 MARTA Pop-Up Breeze Locations

 

Submit Issues to the Atlanta Commission on Aging. COMING SOON 

 

Contact Information:
City of Atlanta Commission on Aging
55 Trinity Avenue SW, Suite 1920
Atlanta, GA  30303
Phone – (404) 330-6026
Fax – (404) 338-1383

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