The city of West Hollywood is an excellent location for retirees to spend their golden years. The weather is mild, measuring only around 70 degrees during the hottest part of the year and around fifty degrees during the coldest time of the year. There is typically no recorded snowfall per year in West Hollywood, and the city is full of sunshine for around 283 days annually. In fact, only 18 inches of rain tends to fall in West Hollywood from January to December.
West Hollywood is well-known for giving older adults the honor they deserve. Following President John F. Kennedy’s designation of May as “Senior Citizens Month,” There is even an annual Healthy Seniors Fair for older adults during the month of May. Currently, there are more than 30 senior living communities advertised for services located in and around the city, including a Jewish Retirement Community for those who wish to engage in community living with those of the same faith.
When retirees are out and about, there will be many wonderful restaurants to visit for both fine and casual dining. Taste on Melrose offers a new twist on typical American comfort foods like macaroni and cheese and hamburgers, and The Flowering Tree offers dining, delivery, and pick-up options for those on a vegetarian diet. These are only two examples of the many fine options for dining out. There are convenient and fast meal delivery and grocery delivery options for when it just isn’t favorable to leave home. Gourmet cooks and fresh food enthusiasts will be happy to learn that there is an open farmer’s market every day of the week, and there’s plenty of retail shopping to be done at The Grove.
West Hollywood is an excellent option for people who are ready to rest and enjoy life!