Partnership Meetings and Materials

Below is information regarding the Senior Housing Partnership meetings.


Orange Splot presented information on the following subjects –

  • Expanding housing choices;
  • Adaptability of housing;
  • Neighborhood fit;
  • Multi-generation housing;
  • Demographics;
  • Environmental benefits of smaller homes;
  • Less expensive housing options;
  • Niche for small-home builders;
  • Safety issues for ADUs; and
  • Why not allowed? 

ADU-type construction helps respond to local senior housing concerns and addresses needs.

AARP Livable Communities ADU Webinar Recording


The YCPC hosted an interactive session on November 6.  The main purpose of the session was to update the Municipal Awareness Task Force members on the work that has been done by Task Force members and YCPC staff on the goals established by the Task Force.  The results of this work can be found on this website.

November 6, 2020 Zoom Meeting Summary (PDF)

Meeting #2, July 10, 2019

On July 10, 2019 the Senior Housing Partnership re-convened.  Discussion items included: coordinated messaging, development partnerships, interaction with municipalities, and aging in place (communities).  Goals and priorities were created for each of the three Partnership task forces – Development Partnerships, Municipal Awareness, and Aging in Place/Community.

Claude Hicks Narrative for Senior Housing Partnership Meeting Slides (DOCX)

Meeting #1, March 29, 2019

  1. Information
  2. Presentation
  3. Data
  4. Maps

The first meeting of the Partnership was held on March 29, 2019 to introduce people from various professions and backgrounds to the Senior Housing Partnership, and to the collective goals and desires of the participants, related to senior housing.

A baseline of information was provided to all attendees in order to assure that all participants understood the context from which we would start this ongoing effort.  YCPC and YCCF staff provided presentations regarding the characteristics of our senior population, households, and affordable housing developments.