Sarnia, City of

Name of Committee: Age-Friendly Sarnia-Lambton 

Population: 71,594


Program Description

Age-Friendly Sarnia-Lambton is a collaborative community development initiative that works to pro-actively build a community where we can live, work, and play at any age! Healthy aging and best practices for community supports and services is our focus.

Age-Friendly Sarnia-Lambton is built on 7 determinants of an age-friendly city: Employment & Volunteerism, Health & Community Supports, Housing, Respect & Inclusion, Transportation, Communication & Information, and Outdoor Spaces & Buildings, and is governed by a Steering Committee.

Age-Friendly Sarnia-Lambton has one committee for each of these topics. Members contribute to action planning by auditing existing supports, measuring areas of improvement, solving problems to create improvements, and assessing impacts. 

If you are interested in joining a committee, please contact us!

Current Funding:

  • Lambton Elderly Outreach

Current and Completed AFC Projects, Programs, Initiatives:


Related Domain

Wayfinding Signage

Outdoor Spaces and Public Buildings

Adopt-a-Driveway Program

Outdoor Spaces and Public Buildings, Community Supports and Health Services, Respect and Inclusion

Housing Fair




Community Consultations and Information Sharing

Respect and Inclusion

Peer Engagement Program

Respect and Social Inclusion

Age-Friendly Award

Respect and Social Inclusion

Seniors Expo


Age-Friendly Website & Print Guide–

Communication and Information

Age-Friendly Summit

Communication and Information

Home Exercise Program 

Community Support and Health Services

Ontario Active School Travel


Senior’s Bus Fare


High School Design Challenge


Community Documents:

  • Community Action Plan (2017)
  • Adopt-a-Driveway Guide
  • Age-Friendly Guide: Health Services and Supports in Sarnia-Lambton
  • HomeShare Toolkit

This profile was updated July 2020.