Living in Jerome, ID is one of my best experiences in life. The city is full of life and opens a lot of opportunities to anyone living within its boundaries. I particularly enjoyed my weekends, when I went shopping at the Valley Country Store along South Lincoln Avenue or a cup of coffee with friends at the Renew along East Main Street.
The cost of transportation, housing, grocery and other amenities are affordable to anyone, making the cost of living affordable. The community here is amazing: I found the people here to be welcoming. However, there are only seven public schools and two private ones. There are no post-secondary schools, which makes it challenging for students who want to pursue further studies.
Weather conditions in the city are favorable, and the outdoor space is full of fresh air. The Sheppeards Park and North Park, located at the center of the city are some of the best places in Jerome, ID. They are easily accessible. After spending time at the park, I could dine at the Lounge, located near the park along the West Main Street.