Let professionals handle the details related to your move and give yourself time to breathe a little easier. Allied Van Lines is a leader in the industry with over 85 years serving residential and commercial clients. Our network extends across the country, and clients in the Oswego area can work with one of our six locally based agents. They're all licensed, bonded, and accredited with the Better Business Bureau, and their average rating is 4.85 out of 5 stars.
Our clients include people moving between apartments in the center of town, those moving to homes in Churchill Club and Deerpath Creek, and others outside of the city limits. Whatever you need us to do, we're confident that we can get it done. We can even have your items boxed up for you and stored in a secure facility until move-in day. For those who want to pack themselves, an agent would be happy to drop off your requested shipping materials so that you can have everything on hand. When you give us a call, we'll explain how easy it is to set up our moving services, and we can arrange for you to receive a free estimate.
Oswego, Illinois, is a village located in Kendall County a little less than 50 miles southwest of Chicago near the southern end of the Fox Valley River. The village prides itself on its small-town charm and character as well as its friendly residents and excellent school district.
The village was settled in 1833 and incorporated in 1852, and Oswego’s location near the Fox River allowed it to grow economically.
As of the 2012 U.S. Census, Oswego has 31,672 residents living there, but the area has seen tremendous growth in the last few years. The population grew an impressive 137.7 percent between 2000 and 2012. Even with the expansion, the cost of living is still right around the national average, so families can live here without breaking the bank.
Attractions and Activities in Oswego
Oswego hosts a variety of festivals and events throughout the year to celebrate the community and provide a fun way for residents to spend time and get to know one another. Some favorite include Wine of the Fox, Drag Strip Days, Prairie Fest, the Memorial Day Parade and the Christmas Walk. Oswego also hosts a County Market between May through October on Sundays where you can purchase locally grown goods.
If you enjoy hitting the links, you can play a game at the Fox Bend Golf Course, which was ranked one of the top 20 public courses in the Chicagoland area. The course was originally built by Brent Wadsworth in 1967, and it features rolling greens, mature trees, streams, fairways and sand to challenge all skill levels.
Moving to Oswego
When you’re ready to call this city home in the Land of Lincoln, you’ll want to hire an Oswego moving company to help ease the stress of a relocation, whether it’s from elsewhere in Illinois, across the U.S. or from another country.
Allied Van Lines 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.
Flyers using Allied’s vehicle transportation will find the closest runways in Chicago at Midway International Airport (41 miles away) or O’Hare International Airport (46 miles away).