Age Friendly Portland

The Age-Friendly Portland Steering Committee launched a new voluntary program in April 2018 to help local business owners become more sensitive to the needs of older customers and receive recognition for efforts to make their business more “age-friendly” and accessible to all. 

Age Friendly Portland Logo

The Age-Friendly Business application contains a checklist of criteria that can earn a business points in different categories of “Age Friendliness”, including accessibility of interior and exterior spaces, customer service, marketing strategies, and general sensitivity to challenges that may affect the ability of older consumers to patronize a business or agency.  

Companies that meet a minimum number of required criteria will receive an Age-Friendly Business Certificate of Award and a decal to display in the storefront window. The designation may also be published on company websites, in advertising, and in local guides for visitors. 

Age Friendly Business Members 

AARP Maine, 53 Baxter Boulevard

Cross Insurance Arena, 1 Civic Center Square

Friendly Discount Beverage  1037 Forest Avenue

Greater Portland Chamber of Commerce 443 Congress Street

Hadlock Field/Portland Seadogs, 271 Park Avenue

Holiday Inn by the Bay   88 Spring Street

Maine Mariners Hockey, 94 Free Street

Maine's Pantry,  250 Commercial Street

The Merchant Company, 656 Congress Street

Merrill Auditorium, 20 Mytle Street

Nine Stones Spa, 185 Fore Street

Ocean Gateway, 14 Ocean Gateway Pier

Portland Downtown 549 Congress Street

Portland Expo Building/Maine Red Claws, 239 Park Avenue

Portland Museum of Art, 7 Congress Square

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