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Is a big life event or career change leading to a relocation in Kansas? With the help of our licensed and bonded Allied Van Lines agents, your move will go as smoothly as possible. We have agents located throughout the Sunflower State from Dodge City to Fort Riley and Topeka to Wichita. We also have agents in Independence, Junction City, Manhattan and every corner of the state. Each of our agents is accredited through the Better Business Bureau of Kansas. Even if you're moving to this Great Plains state from one of the coasts or even another country, our agents are prepared to handle the logistics.
You get to pick and choose the moving-related services that are most helpful to you. If you want to pack your own belongings, we're able to connect you with affordable freight-only moving teams. If you'd like to fly to your new place, we'll find movers with the capability to transport your vehicle. We can also set you up with a storage unit if needed. Call one of our agents in Kansas today to get a free moving quote.
You won’t be disappointed with your move to Kansas. A grassy plains state in the Midwestern U.S., Kansas is named for the Kansa Native Americans that inhabited the area. The state’s official name is the Sunflower State, but it is also known as the Wheat State and is one of the most productive agricultural states in the country. The state’s geographic makeup has both flat plains and rolling hills, with some borders defined by the Missouri River. Kansas has three climates: humid continental, semi-arid steppe, and humid subtropical. Some areas experience sunshine as frequent as Arizona and California with Chinook winds that can warm the winter, while other areas can get snow. Some notable people from Kansas include Joe Walsh, Buster Keaton, Paul Rudd, and of course, the founders of the band Kansas.
You have your choice of cities when you relocate to Kansas. The capital city, Topeka, is situated on the banks of the Kansas River and built along the old Oregon Trail. The city is well known as the location of the U.S. Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the landmark case that ruled segregated schools to be unconstitutional. Topeka is home to Washburn University and Washburn Institute of Technology, and nearly a quarter million people reside in the Topeka metropolitan area.
The largest city in the state is Witchita, located in south-central Kansas on the Arkansas River. Wichita hosts several large museums, theatres, parks, and entertainment venues, notably Intrust Bank Arena, and is an area center of culture, media, and trade. Kansas's largest airport, Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport is located in this city. The downtown area has landmarks such as Century II, the Garvey Center, and the Epic Center.
Kansas City is situated at the junction of the Missouri and Kansas rivers. It is often abbreviated as "KCK" to differentiate it from its neighbor, Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City has numerous historic sites such as Memorial Hall, an auditorium located in the city's downtown with a permanent stage used for public assemblies, concerts, and sporting events. Rosedale arch, a replica of the Arc de Triomphe, is at the top of Memorial Drive. Contact Allied today to get started on an excellent moving experience to Kansas.