City of Maple Grove provides COVID-19 resources
The City of Maple Grove has compiled a variety of resources and information--both local and beyond--related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including periodic video updates from City officials. View the City's webpage here.
Senior Community Services announces changes related to COVID-19
Senior Community Services has announced changes in its services related to the COVID-19 pandemic. They provide updated information on their website; view it here.
Maple Grove's MY RIDE service now offering grocery pick-up and delivery service
Due to impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, MY RIDE customers can now order groceries and household essentials online from a Maple Grove store that has online shopping and local pick up. MY RIDE will pick your order up and deliver to your house; it is not charging a fee for this service.
MY RIDE is also expanding its service area to include CROSS in Rogers and CEAP in Brooklyn Center, which offer food shelves.
AF MG's dementia work featured in spring edition of City Focus
Age-Friendly Maple Grove's recent efforts related to dementia are featured in the spring edition of City Focus, the City of Maple Grove's quarterly newsletter. Follow the link and jump to page 28.
AF MG show premieres on CCX
Age-Friendly Maple Grove is bringing its work to CCX. Initiative leaders will share information about its work and on topics related to aging in and around Maple Grove. It will also bring in experts on various topics and help connect residents to resources and information.
The show does not yet have a regular air time, but the first two episodes are both available on YouTube:
View episode 1, which provides a good introduction to Age-Friendly Maple Grove.
View episode 2, which focuses on affordable housing.
CCX is a valuable community resource, and AF MG is excited and grateful to be able to partner with them on this effort.
Governor Walz Signs Executive Order, Commits to Making Minnesota an ‘Age-Friendly State’
Office of Governor Tim Walz, December 11, 2019
Governor Tim Walz today signed Executive Order 19-38 , establishing the Governor’s Council on an Age Friendly Minnesota and formalizing his commitment to making Minnesota the best state to live in at any age.
“Aging is a reality that we all face, whether it’s our parents and grandparents, our friends and neighbors, or ourselves,” said Governor Walz. “Everyone wants to live in a community that is respectful, inclusive, and supportive of our contributions and needs. This executive order coordinates efforts across agencies and sectors to move us all toward an age-friendly Minnesota.”