When you need help planning a relocation to or from Hemet, CA, turn to Allied Van Lines. We have two local moving agents, both of whom boast ratings of at least 4.9 out of 5 stars. Since all our agents are fully licensed, bonded and accredited by the BBB, you can trust them to handle all the logistics. Whether you're planning to settle down on the outskirts near Winchester or you want to use Hemet as a base for commuting to other parts of the state, our agents will oversee the moving process so that you don't have to worry about anything.
The moving agents from Allied Van Lines are prepared to assist with residential, commercial and corporate moves. They can connect you with professionals who will handle all the packing, transporting and unloading of your belongings. If you're downsizing or not quite ready to move into your new premises, we can also set you up with short- and long-term storage options. Get your free estimate today.
More than 81,000 individuals call the city of Hemet, California, home. The city was originally a cattle ranch for Mission San Luis Rey in the early 1800s and was called Rancho San Jacinto. After missions were dissolved by the Mexican government, the land that would become Hemet was given to Jose Antonio Estudillo in 1842. Charles Thomas and Hancock McClung Johnston raised race horses in the mountains in an area called Hemet Valley. Visiting author Helen Hunt Jackson and her interpreter Abbot Kinney found the men and learned as much about the area’s past as they could. Hemet’s first trustees were elected in 1910 when it was officially declared a city.
Due to Hemet’s location in southern California approximately 80 miles southeast of Los Angeles, it experiences a warm climate with average highs in the summer reaching 98 degrees Fahrenheit and lows in the winter only dipping to 67 degrees Fahrenheit.
Hemet Activities and Attractions
There are several restaurants located in Hemet, many of which sell Mexican fare. Los Vaquero’s Mexican Grill and Emilio’s Restaurant sell authentic Mexican food and drinks. There’s also La Fogata Mexican Restaurant, Polly’s Pies Restaurant and Sweet Baby Jane’s.
There are several recreation areas in Hemet including Lake Hemet, Diamond Valley Lake and five large parks such as Valley Wide Community Sports Park. At the sports park are eight baseball fields, four basketball courts, six tennis courts, eight soccer fields, fitness trails and three picnic areas.
The Ramona Pageant is held in Hemet and was started in 1923. This outdoor play is one of the largest running of its kind in the U.S., and performances are held annually during April and May.
Moving to Hemet
After you decide to call this SoCal city your new home, it’s time to search for a Hemet moving company. Allied Van Lines has 500 agent locations throughout North America and many customer service representatives available 24/7 to answer your questions.
Movers offers a number of services including full-service and fragile-only packing, box and furniture inventory, unpacking and clean-up services and assistance with disassembling and assembling your appliances and electronics.
There is no surprise pricing with Movers and it’s all customized to fit your moving needs. Those who choose Movers are given free residence protection pads and carpet covers for corners, railings, doorways and high-traffic areas.