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Retirement Living in Hayden - Idaho


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Area Description

The Hayden/Coeur d'Alene area is the perfect mix of a large community without the feeling of getting lost in a city. Nearby the large city of Spokane Washington for our International Airport. As well as our state of the art hospital in Coeur d'Alene. Surrounded by nature and friendly people there is no better place to retire. Hayden is the small town north of Coeur d'Alene where you can relax by a quiet lake.

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   The Hayden and Coeur d'Alene area is the perfect mix that lets you do pretty much any activity! Nature is a major draw to our area and most of the community loves the outdoors, with state and national parks nearby we can accommodate anything outdoors. Our downtown is growing with shopping as well as a state of the art movie theater. With a multitude of lakes summers are always busy spent on the water. We have a community college, North Idaho College, for those that want to continue their education.

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For cultural arts we have a thriving community. Big acts are in Spokane but we have great live concerts as well as a growing community theater.

Public transportation




The closest major airport is Spokane International Airport, which is a 45 minute drive from our region. We have a bus system as well as taxis and rental cars.

Medical Facilities


Kootenai Health in Coeur d'Alene is our main medical center that provides health care to the entire region.

Climate

Monthly Temperatures / Rainfall

 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 Jan  22.1  28.4  34.7  3.3 "
 Feb  25.0  33.0  41.0  2.5 "
 Mar  29.8  39.5  49.3  2.3 "
 Apr  35.4  46.6  57.8  1.9 "
 May  42.8  54.7  66.6  2.3 "
 Jun  49.6  61.6  73.7  2.1 "
 Jul  54.8  68.7  82.6  1.0 "
 Aug  54.7  69.2  83.7  1.2 "
 Sep  46.6  60.3  73.9  1.1 "
 Oct  37.9  48.9  59.9  1.7 "
 Nov  30.3  36.7  43.1  3.4 "
 Dec  24.8  30.3  35.8  3.5 "


North Idaho truly has all four seasons. Our summers are the best you can find. Our winters do not get that cold(rarely below zero) but we can get a good amount of snow. Luckily we are all well equipped for the snow.

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Cost of Living for Hayden, ID

Hayden, Idaho cost of living for Housing, Healthcare, Transportation, Taxes, Utilities, etc.:

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Hayden and Coeur d'Alene have a wide variety of housing options. With the population growing we are getting more affordable housing and apartments. While we have quiet neighborhoods with beautiful homes on larger lots.

Senior Assistance in Hayden, ID

Hayden, Idaho offers the following assistance for seniors:


Our region has all the needed services and are readily available with a variety of options.

Job or Volunteer Opportunities

There is a wide variety of jobs and volunteer opportunities in the north Idaho area.

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