The United States offers numerous places where people can retire and lead a safe and secured life without having to worry about commutation facilities and safety related issues. Since many years, the state of California has been the favorite choice for American residents desiring to lead a meaningful retired life, primarily due to the improved education system, a multi-faceted culture open to people belonging to ethnic origins, and relatively safe and friendly neighborhoods ideal for all types of families. California is one of the best states for residing purposes, especially if you are retired and seek a peaceful life offering plenty of opportunities for enjoying nature, and yet desire to remain close to the hectic schedules of a busy city life – you can have it all and even more in California! It is worth knowing about 4 best cities specially recommended for citizens who are planning their retirement.
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The city is segregated into four main areas – the central and eastern, southwestern, southeastern, and the region in the north of American River. The population consists of people belonging to African-American, Caucasian, and Asian ethnicities, in addition to many minority groups. The American River Parkway preserves 30 miles of area, and is popular for biking, hiking, rafting, and wildlife viewing purposes. It is situated amidst a population of nearly 2 million people living in the city.
For individuals planning their retirement, the city provides home care aid and assisted living, nursing homes, residential care homes, independent living/retirement communities, and Alzheimer’s care facilities.
With a population of over 1.3 million, it is favored as the ideal retirement city. People living in the city belong to Caucasian, African-American, and Asian ethnicity, and make the larger part of the community, while other ethnic groups exist in minority. The climate is generally warm, and the temperature soars up only if the Santa Ana winds bring in the dry, hot air from nearby regions. San Diego offers excellent choices in terms of golf courses and sandy beaches, which are recommended for all age groups.
The city offers an ideal urban retirement life, with plenty of options in terms of affordable mobile/manufactured home communities and several conventional senior community centers, in addition to a large number of senior-friendly all-age communities in which the retirees can have plenty of fun, pursue their passions, and find a purpose in their lives. The city also supports a plethora of senior center city sponsored activities in which senior citizens can participate in low cost social events as well as activities undertaken by the senior centers.
With well-known attractions such as the Universal Studios, Hollywood, and the Six Flags Magic Mountain, the city of angels is world famous for its entertainment, celebrities, and plenty of sunshine. LA has a lot to offer with its rich culture that includes arts, dining, shopping, and exotic nightlife.
LA offers several independent living facilities, which also include senior apartments and retirement communities. More than 34,832 families have found their housing options satisfying their unique needs as well as their retirement budget. The Los Angeles City Employees’ Retirement System “LACERS“, a department of the City of Los Angeles established by the City Charter in 1937 provides retirement benefits to over 18,000 retirees, and services to as many as 24,000 active employees. The assisted living facilities are very attractive, and include wide ranging floor plans, exceptional restaurant style dining, and a variety of cultural, social, educational, and recreational opportunities. The health care system is outstanding.
With its Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco makes it very easy to enjoy the “Good Life” experience with its hot arts scene, tempting boutiques, awesome bay views, and unique local restaurants as well as wine bars which are found almost everywhere in the city.
The city supports excellent active retirement communities. It is a perfect choice for retirees who desire to enjoy wide-ranging amenities such as pools, clubhouses, workout facilities, libraries, woodworking shops, movie theaters, and media rooms during their retirement. The independent living communities too are a good choice for finding affordable housing options, which satisfy unique residential needs and budget.
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