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If you're planning a move to or from Pleasanton, CA, you can reach out to Allied Van Lines for help. We have four capable agents who service the area, and they all have experience handling residential and commercial moves. We've worked with people who are simply moving from the foothills around Pleasanton to downtown. We've also managed cross-country and even international moves. All of our local agents have received excellent ratings, and they've collectively earned an average of 4.94 out of 5 stars. Additionally, they're licensed, bonded, and accredited with the Better Business Bureau.

With Allied Van Lines by your side, you can take some of the stress off your shoulders. For those short on time or energy, our local agents can take care of the packing and the preparation. If you need storage options, we'll find a practical solution for you. Our company has been in business for over 95 years, and we're fortunate to have built a strong reputation for being committed to our clients. We look forward to working with you whatever your situation may be. Call our agents today for a free moving quote.

In the East Bay area across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco is the city of Pleasanton, California, which is one of the wealthiest mid-sized cities in the U.S. and home to the headquarters of Safeway Inc., Blackhawk Network and Ross Stores.

Pleasanton got its name in 1851 from John W. Kottinger, who named the area for distinguished Civil War General Alfred Pleasonton. The city was incorporated in 1894. Today, Pleasanton is the county seat of Alameda County, which is home to the county fairgrounds as well as the Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park where families can enjoy outdoor recreation.

The city experienced a growth in population of 13.6 percent between 2000 and 2012, and as of the 2012 U.S. Census there were 72,338 residents living in Pleasanton. Here you can enjoy the perks of smaller city living while still having access to urban amenities close by.

Attractions and Activities in Pleasanton

Learn more about your new home at The Museum on Main Street where you can see unique Pleasanton artifacts. You can also take a Downtown Walking Tour to see historic places and learn facts about the city. Inside you’ll find a history gallery and kid’s corner among the exhibits.

Pleasanton features a year-round farmers market where you can purchase locally grown goods, fruits and vegetables as a way to support your community. The market is held every Saturday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., rain or shine.

Every summer you and your family can enjoy the Alameda County Fair at the fairgrounds. Come watch fireworks, listen to live music, peruse vendor booths, enter a contest and so much more. This annual event is sure to be fun for parents and kids alike.

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When you’re ready to make the move to Pleasanton, you can easily access the city via Highway 680, which intersects with Highway 580, or you can fly into Oakland International Airport, which is about 23 miles from the city.

A Pleasanton moving company like Allied Van Lines can transport your vehicle, saving you that extra trip for your car or truck. Allied also has representatives in 34 countries around the globe, so whether you’re moving from elsewhere on the West Coast or from across the pond, we can help make your relocation easier.

Choose from full-service or fragile-only packing or self-pack materials like boxes, dish barrels and stretch wrap to get all your belongings in order. Allied also offers appliance and electronics disassembly and assembly, high-value shipping and unpacking and clean-up services, and it all comes with no surprise pricing.

Reviews from california Customers

  • Mary was very responsive and constantly worked with me. Forest was the driver and they were wonderful and they also loaded and unloaded my items.
  • I'm aware the price is a little higher than other companies so I might hesitateto recommend Allied Van Lines.
  • I've moved through Allied 4 times. From Chicago to California, in California twice and my final move here.
  • Allied Vans Lines are wonderful. I would recommend Allied to anyone and have been using them since 1993.
  • The driver was excellent. He made the packers come out and finish packing. The packers didn't finish the job; the driver called and had them come back.
  • There was not good communication between the coordinator and me. The crew arrive to load 3 hours early. The crew was very cooperative.
  • The quality, the timeliness and the care. The only reason it was a 9 was because the pricing was very high.
  • Allied had the best price from all the moving companies I surveyed and all in all it went pretty smooth.
  • I really liked the agent, Michelle who coordinated the move and the crew who loaded was very efficient.
  • I think out of all the moving companies we talked to Allied was the best. The overall moving experience was a good one.

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