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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Albany Moving Companies
Our four Allied Van Lines agents who serve Albany, OR, and the surrounding area have earned an average customer rating of 4.92 out of 5 stars. That’s because our agents understand relocation logistics, and they know how to leverage the Allied Van Lines network of moving resources to help make your move go smoothly. Our agents are licensed and bonded, and they’re proud to be accredited by the Better Business Bureau. At Allied Van Lines, we thoroughly vet all the agents we partner with so that they’ll live up to the high standards our company has established over the 85 years it has been part of the moving industry.
In addition to transporting your belongings, our agents can arrange for the transportation of your motor vehicles. This is a service that can really come in handy if you’re moving a long distance or you and your family own several vehicles. Our local agents can also provide you with access to high-quality packing materials so that your belongings are safe and secure while they’re being transported. Whether you’re moving from SW 11th Avenue to Front Avenue NE in Albany or you're moving out of the Willamette Valley, Allied Van Lines is here to give you the assistance you need. Call us today for a free quote.
Located between Eugene and Portland in the heart of the Willamette Valley, Albany is an excellent place to choose for your next relocation. The city boasts breathtaking scenery, a high quality of life and an excellent business-oriented atmosphere.
The city is nestled between two rivers, the Willamette and the Calapooia, in western Oregon, one of the most green and breathtaking spots in the Pacific Northwest. With all of its natural beauty comes thriving industries in rare metals, timber, food processing and seed production, among others.
According to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate, more than 51,000 residents reside in Albany, giving it a perfect small town vibe that's perfect for families. However, the area is still just a short drive from some of the biggest cities in the state. Population growth has steadily increased over the years, and according to City-Data, there was a more than 25 percent jump in population from 2000 to 2012.
Activities and attractions in Albany
The city includes several notable architectural styles, and includes 350 historic homes - so simply driving around the counties that make up Albany is a treat for residents. During July and August, one of the city's most beloved events, the River Rhythms concert series, comes to town and features national and regional acts for residents - all with no price tag. The city also welcomes in the Northwest Art and Art Festival in August.
Timber-Linn Memorial Park is one of the best places to relax and unwind in the city, as it encompasses 90 acres and features bike paths, basketball courts, fishing, and several lakes and streams that are perfect for an afternoon picnic.
Other notable attractions that residents enjoy include the Pix Theatre - which dates back to the 1890s, the Historic Carousel and Museum, Thompson's Mill - a classic pioneer-era flour mill, and the Monteith House Museum.
Moving to Albany
Although the city may be small, Albany is relatively easy to find. It is located at the confluence of Interstate 5, which runs down the length of the west coast, and U.S. Highway 20. Due to the terrain here, you may be needing an Albany moving company to help with your relocation, and Allied Van Lines is here to help. With our qualified agents, we can set you up with excellent services to make your move that much easier, such as self-pack materials sale and vehicle transportation.