Los Alamitos Moving Company, Los Alamitos Mover. WEST COAST RELOCATION MOVERS services ALL AREAS in Los Alamitos, CA. West Coast Relocation Local and Long Distance Moving Company offers a Full-Service moving, packing and storage service. We provide a range of your moving needs. From packing to disassembling your goods pick West Coast Relocation Movers that has been around for over 25 years. If you have commercial needs like moving your offices or need to move out of state we can provide an affordable, stress-free moving experience. Look no further your Orange County Movers are ready to give you a free quote and provide you with the five star service you deserve. You can count on one of the best movers here in Southern California.
Fun Facts from Wiki: Los Alamitos (“The Little Cottonwoods” in Spanish) is a small city in Orange County, California. The city was incorporated in March 1960. The population was 11,449 at the 2010 census, down from 11,536 at the 2000 census. It is oftenmistakenly thought[who?] to include the adjacent but unincorporated community of Rossmoor (population just under 11,000), which uses Los Alamitos as its mailing address. The Los Alamitos Race Course is also widely believed[who?] to be in the city; although it does have a Los Alamitos postal address and zip code, it actually lies in the neighboring city of Cypress. The USA Water Polo National Aquatic Center  is located on the US Military Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base, which includes the Los Alamitos Army Airfield. The clusters of cottonwood trees Spanish explorers saw more than 200 years ago inspired Los Alamitos’ name, but it is the sugar beet that figured most prominently in the area’s later history. The history of the area during the Californio period and after U.S.annexation is detailed in the article on Rancho Los Alamitos. The individual history of Los Alamitos separate from the rancho begins with the purchase by John Bixby of the Rancho Los Alamitos. John put together a consortium of himself, his cousins Lewellyn and Jotham (owners of Rancho Los Cerritos) and banker I.W. Hellman to finance the purchase of the Los Alamitos land. Upon John’s sudden death on 7 May 1887, the ranch was divided between the three owning families. The northern third—the land roughly north of present Orangewood Ave.—went to the Lewellyn-Jotham faction (which later became the Bixby Land Company). By the mid-1890s, after the crash following the land boom of the 1880s—this group was relatively cash-poor and land rich. Having experimented in Northern California with sugar beets, the Bixbys agreed to provide the land, and contracted with Montana silver baron William A. Clark to provide the capital, and got E.A. Dyer to provide the expertise to build a new sugar beet factory on the Bixby’s land. The community that grew up around this new sugar beet factory complex—with its streets of company houses for workers and surrounding farms—came to be called Los Alamitos. (As part of his arrangement to build and operate the sugar beet factory, William Clark and his brother H. Ross, who actually ran the Los Alamitos operation, also arranged to purchase significant area east of the factory as well as 8,000 acres (32 km2) of land north of the sugar plant—most of the latter in the Rancho Los Cerritos boundaries—that would eventually become the city of Lakewood. Also, Clark and Hellman were intricately involved with the machinations and corporate dealings of railroad tycoon E. H. Harriman and Henry Edwards Huntington and the destiny of the Southern Pacific in Southern California. In addition, some time after establishing Los Alamitos, the Clarks completed their railroad from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City, establishing the desert stop of Las Vegas in the process.
West Coast Relocation is the Best Moving Company in Los Alamitos, California
Here are some helpful links to make your move go smoothly: