Newark, Delaware

Or call one of our customer service representatives at 1-877-624-1008.

Your local movers in Newark, DE

Get a Quote

Agents Near You

Newark, Delaware Moving Company

Allied Van Lines: The Best of Newark Moving Companies

Allied Van Lines is happy to help you move into your new home in Delaware, and we work with two local agents in the Newark area to make this possible. Our agents come highly recommended with customer approval ratings of at least 4.8 out of 5 stars, so you can depend on their hard work and professionalism. Both agents are bonded and licensed, and they are accredited with the Better Business Bureau. Estimates are free for all customers.

Whether you want to move your family to Valley Drive or you wish to move your company to Ogletown Road, our agents will extend to you the same level of care and attention to detail. Some of our many available services include a carefully detailed inventory, dedicated packing, furniture and appliance disassembly and reassembly, motorized vehicle transportation, and even short-term storage solutions. Allied Van Lines is dedicated to providing all of our customers with top-notch moving solutions, and we're confident that you will be satisfied with your moving experience.

Perched on the northwest tip of Delaware, Newark is an education-driven, bicycle-friendly town with a welcoming community. Newark was founded by Scottish-Irish settlers in 1694, and has since maintained a long history of academics as its centerpiece. The first grammar school opened in the 1700s, with a list of graduates including three signers of the Declaration of Independence, including George Read, Thomas McKean and James Smith. Today, the city is home to University of Delaware.

While Newark had a population of approximately 32,000 as of the 2012 U.S. Census, the university contributes roughly 22,000 students and plenty of teachers. In fact, the vast majority of residents are employed in educational services.

The city experiences a four-season climate, which provides a wide variety of activities in the state parks in the area. During the summer, temperatures reach high-80s and in the winter, lows fall to the mid-20s. In the colder months, there is an average snowfall of around three inches.

Activities and attractions in Newark

Newark has a refreshing mix of outdoor recreation, historic downtown opportunities and college sports. Step out into the wild at White Clay Creek State Park, Glasgow Park or Iron Hill Park.

To shop, wine and dine, the downtown’s Main Street offers excellent stores and restaurants. In 2011, the city was honored with the “Great Main Street Award” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

As locals will tell you, the best way to get around town is by bicycle. A handful of streets have sharrows, bicycle symbols placed on the pavement to help motorists and cyclists safely share the street. So, expect to see lots of cyclists on the roads! 

Since the college campus infuses much of the town spirit, be sure to catch a Fightin’ Blue Hens football game at Delaware Stadium. If you want to see a play, REP Theater has cheap, quality performances. 

Moving to Newark

If you’re considering relocating to Newark, let Allied Van Lines do the hard part. Allied offers a range of services to choose from, including full-service packing, electronic and appliance assembly and disassembly and high-value shipping. With professional drivers and helpful agents, you can remain confident that everything will arrive here in one piece.

There’s no-surprise pricing as well, which ensures that what you agree upon is what you’ll receive, no hidden fees. Newark moving companies can make getting to your belongings to your new home a lot simpler!

Top Public Schools in newark, delaware

Marshall (Thurgood) Elementary School



Shue-Medill Middle School



Hodgson (Paul M.) Vocational Technical High School



Data by

Services Offered


Cost of Living in newark, delaware

Cost of Living Index 0
Rent Index 42.60
Groceries Index 68.18
Restaurant Index 64.19
Cost of Living Plus Rent Index 0
Local Purchasing Power 0

Data by