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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Prescott Moving Companies
Allied Van Lines has two agents serving the Prescott, AZ, area. Whether you're about to move to a beautiful country home on wooded Sheriffs Posse Trail or your retail business is looking forward to a move to downtown Gurley Street, you can rely on us to get the job done. Our agents have been rated 4.9 and 5 out of 5 stars by satisfied customers.
Our agents are also BBB-accredited in the state of Arizona and are bonded, licensed and insured. At Allied Van Lines, we have solutions to all of your relocation quandaries. We're there for you if you need help with packing, transporting additional vehicles or temporary storage. Allied Van Lines agents can also arrange for dismantling and reassembling furniture or disconnecting and connecting appliances. We consider no job too small or too large. You'll learn that we can also save you time and money. Call today to get a free estimate and begin the planning process.
Conveniently tucked between Flagstaff and Phoenix near several major national green spaces in central Arizona, Prescott is becoming one of the most sought-after locales for new residents in The Grand Canyon State. The city boasts and Old West setting, but doesn't hesitate to look toward the future, as it is one of the burgeoning cities in the state.
Prescott is known as "Everybody's Hometown," due to the hospitality of the locals and the charming small-town atmosphere, so there's little doubt that you will settle in nicely once you arrive. The views aren't bad either - Prescott enjoys a pleasant climate year-round and is surrounded by some of the best parks and recreational areas in the state.
According to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate, there are more than 40,300 residents living in Prescott. However, it seems that the population may be rising, as the rate climbed by more than 18 percent from 2000 to 2012, according to City-Data.
Activities and attractions in Prescott
Wherever you turn in Prescott, you are bound to run into some sort of nationally recognized green space. To the east, there's Prescott National Forest, head north and you will find Kaibab National Forest, and to the south you will run into Tonto National Forest. Since Prescott lies in a gorgeous valley, there are opportunities for outdoor excursion in almost every direction.
The Phippen Museum of Western Art is an excellent cultural attraction in town, and features 6,000 square feet of gallery space that houses several works honoring Western heritage. Here you can view everything from artifacts, photos, paintings, sculptures and even a working chuck wagon.
If you like performances, Prescott delivers. There are several arts and entertainment venues in town, including the Elks Opera House, the Prescott Center for the Arts, the Prescott Pops Symphony, the Ruth Street Theater and several venues at Yavapai College.
Moving to Prescott
Getting around in Prescott is relatively easy, as the city is near Interstates 17 and 40, as well as Highway 89. However, Prescott does have a mile-high elevation, so if you are concerned about moving all of your belongings in this type of terrain, you may need the assistance of Allied Van Lines. Our agents can set you up with a Prescott moving company that can help with vehicular transportation so that you can transfer your goods with ease.