When a move takes you to Pomona, California, from another city, state or country, you can rely on one of our six local agents to facilitate everything. At Allied Van Lines, we engage only licensed and bonded professionals who are accredited by the Better Business Bureau. Our customers heartily agree with our choices, judging by their reviews and ratings. Our local agents have an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars.
Whether you're dealing with a residential move or corporate relocation, we're experienced professionals who can get the job done on time and on budget. We're happy to provide packing materials so that you don't have to scrounge around for boxes, and we can arrange electronics assembly and appliance setup if you want to leave the tech to the experts. Allied Van Lines can even coordinate movers to transport your cars, boats and other vehicles. Contact us today to get a free, no-obligation estimate.
Situated between the Inland Empire and the San Gabriel Valley, Pomona is the fifth-largest city in Los Angeles County, California. The city owes its name to the ancient Roman goddess of fruit, and its residents are known for their progressive and open-minded character. Today Pomona is the home of the L.A. County Fair.
As of the 2013 U.S. Census, Pomona had a population of about 151,000. Most residents work as customer service representatives.
One of the big draws about Pomona is its Mediterranean climate, which brings in warm summers and mild winters. In July and August, temperatures peak in the 90s and in December, lows rarely drop below 40.
Attractions and Activities in Pomona
Besides its warm weather, Pomona’s brightest highlight is the L.A. County Fair. From late August through September, the four-week-long fair hosts a variety of rides, concerts, competitions, entertainment and unique cuisine. In 2013, more than 1.5 million Californians attended the fair.
Throughout the rest of the year, residents can check out Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum, which features a collection of vintage racing vehicles, enjoy sculpture art at the American Museum of Ceramic Art, and get away from the big city with a visit to Chino Creek, a major stream that runs through southern Pomona.
Downtown, you may want to take a stroll through the arts colony or peruse through antique row. After eating at one of the tasty dining options like Cassie’s Soul Food Kitchen or Flame Broiler, you can catch a performance at the iconic Fox Theater.
Moving to Pomona
When relocating to your new home in Pomona, Allied Van Lines is ready to help. Offering everything from electronics and appliance assembly to unpacking and clean-up services, Allied makes your move to Pomona a whole lot easier.
Future Pomona residents who don’t want to make several commutes opt for vehicle transportation, allowing Allied professionals to transport their car(s) or truck(s) here, hassle-free. Wherever you’re moving from, this Pomona moving company can help!
To get to this slice of paradise, you can choose from a few airports. L.A./Ontario International Airport is located 9 miles away, John Wayne Airport sits 33 miles away and Bob Hope Airport is 42 miles away. If you’re driving, the city is accessible via Interstates 10 and 210.