San Bernardino CA Moving Companies

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Coast to Coast Long Distance Moving Company
San Bernardino CA movers, "Coast to coast", we offer long distance moving solutions that work for both your budget and your moving needs. Since long distance moves require...

US DOT: 2861492

MC: 958821

Coast to Coast Long Distance Moving Company

Diamond Van Lines
There are so many things to think about - perhaps you're starting a new job, or your kids have to adjust to a new school, you have to make new...

US DOT: 832779

MC: 370187

Diamond Van Lines

Colonial Van Lines
When you hire a long-distance moving company, you want to rest assured that the team you’ve chosen has the skills and convictions you need to trust...

US DOT: 1434373

MC: 681534

Colonial Van Lines

Dependable Movers LLC
We offer a variety of moving services. We aim to provide you with affordable service options to enhance your move experience. These packages provide...

US DOT: 2793178

MC: 931990

Dependable Movers LLC

Pro Movers Inc.
San Bernardino relocation quotes, Our moving services are priced at a low rate per hour, which includes the use of our large trucks plus our moving professionals. Our affordable...

US DOT: 2211293

Intra: 0190899

MC: 779807

Pro Movers Inc.

National Van Lines
Founded in 1929, National Van Lines is an ESOP-owned enterprise that began in the Chicago area as a horse and wagon moving service and expanded to a...

US DOT: 76628

MC: 42866

National Van Lines

Alaska Terminals, Inc.
Moving companies San Bernardino California, Alaska Terminals, Inc. is based in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska with branch offices in Fairbanks, Alaska as well as in Seattle, Washington. For the...

US DOT: 125550

MC: 79658

Alaska Terminals, Inc.

US DOT: 32742

Lic: PUC 00820

MC: 293490

Rachel Test Mover!

Blue Hawk Van Lines
Over the years, we’ve learned that great service begins and ends with experienced and friendly professionals, which explains our rigorous hiring...

US DOT: 3237626

MC: 1016303

Blue Hawk Van Lines

24-7 Logistic Services
24/7 Logistic Services LLC offers a wide range of moving services for every life situation and your individual needs. We are dedicated to provide...

US DOT: 3005919

MC: 26561

24-7 Logistic Services

Robb & Messer Moving and Storage
David Robb and Kyle Messer have over 25 years of combined experience in the moving industry. Dave and Kyle pride themselves on providing the best...

US DOT: 70851

Intra: 0191870

MC: 107012

Robb & Messer Moving and Storage

My American Movers, Inc.
My American Movers Inc. is a professional Moving Company which offers Residential, Commercial and Office Moving Services in Los Angeles Southern...

US DOT: 1036470

Intra: 189646

MC: 434317

My American Movers, Inc.

Prime Storage Systems Inc.
San Bernardino California movers, Moving to Hawaii or moving from Hawaii can be just as easy as one, two, three, it all depends on which relocation service you are using. At Prime...

US DOT: 2109775

MC: 735596

Prime Storage Systems Inc.

Presto Logistics
We pride ourselves on maintaining on-time performance of over 98.5% and claims for less than .0001% of our total shipments. We have dedicated...

US DOT: 1691575

MC: 621224

Presto Logistics

Move Wisely
San Bernardino, Move Wisely moving and storage Take away the hassle and stress of moving by allowing MOVE WISELY to manage all aspects of your Long Distance move....

US DOT: 2920761

MC: 984953

Move Wisely

San Bernardino, California

San Bernardino, California lies 65 minutes east of Los Angeles, occupying most of the San Bernardino Valley. The county seat of San Bernardino County, the city has a population of 198,580 (as of 2006), making it the 18th-largest city in California. San Bernardino is also one of the oldest cities in the state and celebrates its 200th anniversary in 2010. Often considered to be part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area, it is a major city in its own right and a big draw for those moving to San Bernardino.

While the city of San Bernardino grew on the basis of ranching and agriculture, much of its economy today depends on the government and services sectors, with a strong influence from the logistics industry. Employment in government, retail establishments and education dominated the San Bernardino workforce, and the biggest single employers in the city are the California State University-San Bernardino, Caltrans District 8, the City of San Bernardino, Community Hospital and the San Bernardino Unified School District. After the closure of the Norton Air Force Base in 1994, the economy of San Bernardino realigned much of its industrial output to the logistics and transportation industries. Today, the city’s favorable position (at the intersection of I-10, I-215 and State Route 210) has led to the establishment of train and trucking freight transit centers as well as several retail warehouse distribution points. It's no wonder San Bernardino moving companies are so busy.

Spanish missionaries were the first Europeans to arrive and settle in the San Bernardino area. One such missionary, Father Francisco Dumetz arrived on May 20, 1810 and erected an altar to honor Saint Bernardino of Siena, the patron saint of that day. In 1819, the permanent mission of Rancho San Bernardino was established to convert, trade with and instruct the local Native American populations. Although the mission was abandoned in 1834, the site quickly converted to a trading post along the busy Spanish Trail. Agricultural settlement of the area began in 1851, when a group of 500 Mormons arrived from Utah. By 1854, the settlement had a population of 1200 and was incorporated as the City of San Bernardino. After experiencing modest growth after the discovery of nearby gold deposits, San Bernardino’s real growth came after 1886, when the Santa Fe Railway completed its transcontinental line. The railway headquartered its operations in the city, which evolved into the principal transportation hub for all of southern California. As a result of the rail presence, San Bernardino doubled in size between 1900 (population 6,150) and 1910 (population 12,779). Today, more and more San Bernardino moving companies are transporting new residents to the area every day.

Long a spa destination, due to mineral springs in the area, San Bernardino today offers a wide range of attractions for residents and visitors. Among the city’s museums are the Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum (showcasing the largest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts in the western US), A Special Place children’s museum and Heritage House (a restored Victorian home). The city has four major music companies: the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra, the San Bernardino Civic Light Opera Association, the San Bernardino Valley Community Concert Association and Sinfonia Mexicana. Among the many festivals held annually in the city are the National Orange Show (running since 1911) in May and the Stater Brothers Route 66 Rendezvous (a classic car show attracting 500,000 attendees) in September. You can reach San Bernardino by air via the LA/Ontario International Airport (the San Bernardino International Airport is only open for private flights and cargo transit). Local transit from Los Angeles is available from Metrolink and around town from Omnitrans and the Mountain Area Regional Transit Authority.


Interesting Facts:

  • The Arrowhead Springs bottled water company derives its name from a figure of an arrowhead, visible on a mountain outside San Bernardino. This large feature, once thought to be an Indian marker but now known to be geological in origin, lies close to several natural springs which are the main source for the bottled water.
  • Famous people associated with San Bernardino include actor Gene Hackman, costume designer Edith Head, dancer Twyla Tharp and astronaut Michael Clifford.
  • In 1948, two San Bernardino brothers opened a hamburger restaurant. This small establishment eventually would become the McDonald’s fast-food chain.


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