The seven Allied Van Lines agents serving customers in the Kearney, NE, area have earned an average score of 4.89 out of 5 stars based on customer reviews. Customers appreciate that we go beyond what they expect when we handle a move from start to finish. Our agents are part of a worldwide network of professionals. We can coordinate your move when you relocate across town or around the world. In addition, our agents are licensed, bonded, and BBB-accredited.
Our agents know the Kearney neighborhoods. Whether you want a home with some land in northern Kearney or a house on a smaller lot close to the Platte River, our Allied Van Lines agents will help you get comfortable in your new home. We can start with helping you acquire packing materials, or you can turn all the packing responsibilities over to a team of movers that one of our agents will find for you. We handle business and residential moves along with corporate relocations. We offer free estimates to all our customers, so contact us today and leave the logistics of moving to us.
Located near the roaring Platte River in south central Nebraska, Kearney is an all-American city that's experiencing lots of population growth and prosperity thanks to the family-friendly population and students that attend the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
In fact, according to the Kearney Area Chamber of Commerce, the city recently built a new high school, hospital and health clinic, showing the rapid progression of Based on City-Data statistics, Kearney's population grew by nearly 16 percent between 2000 and 2012, and according to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate, the city home to 31,790 residents - the perfect size for small town living.
Kearney is a remarkably inexpensive place to live as well. City-Data noted that the cost of living index was nearly 18 points less than the U.S. national average, so nearly all household budgets can thrive here.
Activities and Attractions in Kearney
One of the biggest events in Kearney is the Audubon's Nebraska Crane Festival, which witnesses tens of thousands of sandhill cranes migrating throughout central Nebraska in March. The festivities associated with this occasion have been going on in the city for more than 40 years, and include speakers, exhibits, environmental education and workshops.
There are other cultural relics that you can experience in Kearney, including The Frank House, a beautiful 1880s-era home, the World Theatre, Classic Car Collection and the Museum of Nebraska Art. However, the Great Platte River Road Archway Monument is perhaps the most famous structure in town. This historical site chronicles the history of Fort Kearney, a place where more than 400,000 immigrants and Americans passed through on their way to the Mormon, Oregon and California trails during the 19th century.
Moving to Kearney
Kearney is conveniently located adjacent to U.S. Highway 30 as well as Interstate 80, two of the biggest thoroughfares in the state, so finding your way around with a Kearney moving company shouldn't be a problem.There’s also Kearney Regional Airport, which is 5 miles from the city center, if you want to opt for Allied Van Lines' vehicle transportation service. The nearest major terminal is at Central Nebraska Regional Airport, which is 55 miles from Kearney. There are several other excellent amenities from Allied that you can enjoy during your relocation to Kearney, including box and furniture inventory, clean-up, several forms of packing and shipping services, and all of these are protected with no-surprise pricing.