There are four Allied Van Lines moving agents in the vicinity of Monroe, Louisiana. All of these agents is rated at least 4.5 out of 5 stars in online customer reviews. If you're moving anywhere near Shreveport, Ridder, Leesville or even Jackson, Mississippi, we have a local moving agent close to you. Each one of our agents in the area is licensed, bonded and accredited with the BBB. Allied Van Lines agents have been helping commercial, residential and corporate clients with relocations for more than 85 years. We specialize in helping our clients move around the local area, the state, and the country. We can even facilitate moves overseas.
At Allied Van Lines, our agents work with reputable local movers who can help clients pack and load their belongings onto the trucks without any delay. Some of the other moving services we provide include coordinating packing materials, trucks and any moving equipment our clients may need. We can also arrange for delivery of your vehicle or provide access to storage facilities as well. If you want to get a free estimate and speak to a moving professional about your Monroe relocation, call one of our local agents today.
Located in northern Louisiana near the Arkansas border, the city of Monroe is one of the most beautiful cities in the region. Surrounded by green space and teeming with Southern hospitality at every turn, it's hard not to be proud of being a Monroe resident. It is also one of the most diverse communities in the region, so all new residents are welcome.
Monroe is also a great place to live if you don't want to break the bank. According to City-Data, the cost of living index in Monroe is nearly 14 percent less than the U.S. average, making it a very affordable place to call home. Monroe is also less than 30 minutes from several colleges and universities, including Louisiana Tech University, the University of Louisiana at Monroe and Grambling State University.
Activities and attractions in Monroe
Just miles east of Monroe lies the Russell Sage Wildlife Management Area, a gorgeous section of park land that spans nearly 22,000 acres of bayous and forest. Here you can hunt for a variety of game, depending on the season, including deer, squirrel, rabbit and woodcock. There are also camping grounds located north of U.S. Highway 80, so this could be a perfect weekend getaway for the whole family.
Black Bayou Lake is another well-loved green space in the area, which features a 1,600-acre lake perfect for fishing and bird watching. The refuge lands here are operated from dawn until dusk, making this the perfect place to fit in an afternoon hike or weekend picnic.
Catfish and seafood are king here, so be sure to visit one of the many restaurants featuring po' boys, homemade ice cream and other Southern seafood favorites.
Moving to Monroe
Monroe may be a small town, but it is very easy to get around. The city is set up in a convenient grid system, so maneuvering your new city is quick and painless. There are two major thoroughfares throughout the city, including Interstate 20 and U.S. Highway 165. That means that no matter what direction you are coming from, you are should be able to get into town easily. The closest airport to the city is Monroe Regional Airport, which is located just east of the city center. It's known to be quite warm in Monroe, so let Allied Van Lines do all of the heavy lifting for you. With great services like vehicle transportation, full-scale shipping, electronics assembly and more, a Monroe moving company can make your relocation as stress-free as possible. For instance, with vehicle transportation, you can have your car shipped to you, so there's no need for a cross-country trip.