You might decide that you need some help with your household or industrial move to the charming community of Geneva, IL. If you need assistance, work with a moving company that will treat you and your belongings with the utmost care and respect. You won't go wrong with Allied Van Lines. We have more than eight decades of relocating experience, and you'll find that our many service options are affordable and easily customized. We'll coordinate help with packing, disconnecting and reconnecting of appliances, and disassembling and reassembling of furniture.
You'll also appreciate our reliable and timely service. Four to six weeks before your moving date, simply meet with one of our agents. Choose the services that you need and get a free estimate. In the Geneva area, you have the choice of working with one of six different Allied Van Lines agents. All have been accredited by the Illinois Better Business Bureau, and all are also licensed and bonded. Our local agents have an average client approval rating of 4.85 out of 5 stars. Whether your family needs a larger home on Prairie Court or your business is moving to more office space on West State Street, we're here for you.
Geneva is a lovely city on the outskirts of the Chicago suburbs in Kane County. It’s about 2 miles from Batavia and St. Charles.
The city is situated along the Fox River, providing wonderful scenic views along with an extensive biking trail. Geneva was settled in the 1830s by Daniel Shaw Haight as a route from Chicago. Today, Geneva is known for its rich history, and in 2013 Bloomberg Business Week named it the best place to raise a kid in Illinois, making it a family-friendly city.
As of the 2012 U.S. Census, the population in Geneva was 21,722. Even though that number grew 11.3 percent since 2000, you can still enjoy the small-town charm here, and with Chicago only 41 miles away there are plenty of opportunities for big-city fun as well.
Attractions and Activities in Geneva
Baseball fans can head to Fifth Third Bank Ballpark to watch a Kane County Cougars game. The Cougars are a minor league baseball team and affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. Grab some hot dogs, a cold soda and your base mitt for a day of fun watching America’s favorite pastime.Check out some of Geneva’s history with a visit to the Fabyan Windmill, which is an authentic working Dutch Windmill dating back to the 1850s. In 1979 the windmill was added the National Register of Historic Places. Here you can take a tour and learn all about the windmill’s past in your new home town.
Moving to Geneva
When you’re ready to call Geneva home, you can drive here via State Routes 38, 31 and 25 as well as Interstate 88. Those flying in will land at Midway International Airport (44 miles away) or O’Hare International Airport (39 miles away), which is about 20 miles from the city. Be sure to take advantage of Allied Van Lines’ vehicle transportation service to save you an extra trip to your old house for your car or truck.
This Geneva moving company offers a variety of helpful options to make your move simpler, including full-service and fragile-only packing, high-value shipping and box and furniture inventory. Allied will even help you unpack and clean up afterward.
To begin, contact one of the 500 agents across North America and Canada or a representative from one of the 34 countries around the world. Allied specializes in regional and long haul moves, so no matter where you’re coming from, Allied can help.