Ellensburg, Washington Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Ellensburg Moving Companies
When you're planning a move to Ellensburg, WA, you can save yourself time and money by enlisting the aid of a local Allied Van Lines agent. With many moves completed during our 85-year history, Allied Van Lines understands that moving needs vary from one household to the next. You need merely visit with one of our relocation consultants to determine the type of services you want. During your consultation, you'll also get a free estimate of your moving costs.
Whether your family needs the extra space that a new home on Brick Mill Road provides or your business is expanding to a facility on Perry Road, we're here to help. Make it easy on yourself and choose our full-service option or do the packing yourself and let us handle the transport. Whatever you decide, Allied Van Lines has the connections and experience to get the job done. Our agent serving the Ellensburg area is bonded and licensed. They are accredited with the Washington Better Business Bureau, and past clients have rated our agent at 4.83 out of 5 stars. You can trust your next move to Allied Van Lines.
In the North Cascades region of Washington state in Kittitas County is the lovely city of Ellensburg, which is the home of Central Washington University. The school offers employment opportunities as well as shows the city’s commitment to education.
Ellensburg was incorporated in 1883 by John Alden Shoudy, who named the city after his wife, Mary Ellen. Downtown, you’ll find many historic buildings from the late 19th century that give the city a lot of character.
As of the 2012 U.S. Census the population of Ellensburg was 18,348, which grew 19 percent since 2000 but still allows you to enjoy the perks of small-town living. Even with the increasing number of residents, the cost of living is still about 8 percent lower than the national average, keeping Ellenburg an affordable place to live.
Attractions and Activities in Ellensburg
Support your new hometown and enjoy deliciously homegrown goods from May through October at the Kittitas County Farmers Market held every Saturday downtown. Purchase local fruits and vegetables while getting to know your neighbors.
The whole family will enjoy the Ellensburg Rodeo, which is considered one of America’s top 10 professional rodeos. It’s the final stop on the Wrangler Million Dollar Gold Tour, and it began in 1923. Here you can see some of the country’s best ropers, rider and wrestlers compete for titles.
Another fun city fest is the Jazz in the Valley Festival, which has been running for 15 years. Hear live blues and jazz music in all forms all throughout Ellensburg while you sip microbrews and wine, spend time with your neighbors and have a great time.
Moving to Ellensburg
If you’re driving to Ellensburg during your relocation, you can access the city via Interstates 90 and 82 as well as U.S. Highway 97. You can also opt to fly into Yakima Air Terminal, about 39 miles away, and let Allied Van Lines transport your vehicle.
This Ellensburg moving company has 500 agent locations across North America and Canada as well as representatives in 34 countries around the world who can help you figure out what services suit your needs best no matter where you’re moving from.
Allied will do all the heavy lifting for you with full-service or fragile-only packing, but if you prefer to do it yourself, you can purchase self-pack materials to box up your belongings. Allied also offers appliance and electronic disassembly and assembly, box and furniture inventory and no surprise pricing.