After sunset, Mercury will be visible just above the horizon in the West sky – and we do mean just. Trees and houses may block your view of Mercury. However Venus and Jupiter will be more visible right above them also right after sunset, nice and bright, along with Mars, which while still not in occultation is pretty bright, rising in the East just after sunset.
Later in the evening, Saturn will rise in the Eastern sky – this is the only planet you will need to wait for as it is not immediately visible after sundown.
Although Mercury may be blocked by buildings, all of these planets can be seen with the naked eye, even in light-polluted areas.
For your best viewing be sure to get an area with a clear horizon so that all the planets can be seen.