​Age-Friendly Strategy

The City of Stirling has over 43,000 residents aged 60 years and over living within the community.

The City recently undertook extensive community consultation to find out what is important to people as they age.                                                  This consultation was funded by the Department of Communities and was based on the World Health Organisation eight                                      domains of an Age-Friendly City:

  • Housing
  • Communication and information
  • Social participation
  • Community support and health services
  • Respect and social inclusion
  • Outdoor spaces and buildings
  • Civic participation and employment
  • Transportation

The outcome of this broad consultation identified the priorities and actions which form the City of Stirling's new Age-Friendly                 Strategy 2017-2022.

Age Friendly Strategy.PDF

Hard copies are available at Stirling's community centres and libraries and the Stirling Administration Centre.
Community members are invited to provide ongoing feedback on the strategy. You can do this by providing written feedback to:                         Community Services Department, 11 Royal Street, Osborne Park 6018 or email: carol.booker@stirling.wa.gov.au