FSA's Focus Areas for 2023:
Community Data Studies
Age-Friendly Community Initiative
Communications and Outreach
FSA in the News
Your Voice Matters! If you are over the age of 45 we strongly encourage you to take the Age-Friendly Fairfield Survey. Younger residents may also want to take the survey on behalf of any older family member or friend - or just to weigh in on your hopes for Fairfield in the future. Tell us what’s important to you as you age, share your experiences, and let us know the extent to which our community is supporting the needs of Fairfield residents.
The survey was developed by FSA and the Fairfield University Center for Social Impact and marks the first step of the process toward understanding residents’ perceptions of community resources and their needs while aging in Fairfield.
Click HERE for more information and to take the survey.
Click HERE to read an article by FSA Director Gordon Mackenzie entitled "Three Tax Adjustments That Would Help Keep Seniors in Connecticut" published online by the CT Mirror on March 17, 2023.
Click HERE to read First Selectwoman Brenda Kupchik's announcement of Fairfield joining the AARP Network of Age-Friendly states and communities in March, 2023.
Join us for our Meetings (TBA)
Upcoming in-person/hybrid meetings will be posted here. If you are interested in joining us for a future session, click HERE to enter your contact information and specify that you're “interested in attending FSA meetings” in the Comments Area.
How to Support Our Efforts:
Interested in a volunteer opportunity? Click HERE, enter your contact information and indicate your interest in the Comments Area. We'll be in touch. Thanks!
To make Fairfield an attractive place for older adults: an affordable, desirable, vibrant, and engaged community.
Our Core Values:
Seniors are important to our town, our families and finances.