Local & Long Distance Moving Companies in Scottsdale, AZ

Licenses:

US DOT: 49922

MC: 621

Alliance Professional Moving & Storage
Scottsdale AZ moving quotes, Arpin Van Lines, one of the nation’s leading household goods carriers, celebrates 107 years of continued growth and leader...

US DOT: 72029

MC: 074681

Mooney Movers, Inc.
Stevens Worldwide Van Lines has more than a century of experience in household goods relocation. Started with a horse and wagon in 1905, Stevens has...

US DOT: 125550

MC: 079658

Ace Relocation Systems Inc.
Movers Scottsdale Arizona, Ace Relocation Systems, Inc. has been providing world-class, award-winning services for 40 years. As one of the largest age...

US DOT: 932259

MC: 401787

Eden Relocation
We are an interstate moving company specializing in long-distance moves. Please consider using our services if you are moving to Hawaii. We pride...

US DOT: 125550

MC: 79658

Atlantic Relocation Systems
Moving companies Scottsdale AZ, Homeowners and Fortune 500 companies alike turn to Atlantic Relocation Systems when they want professional movers with t...

US DOT: 1930177

MC: 690093

Premier Van Lines International Inc.
Founded in 1992, Premier Van Lines International is one of Americas leading relocation companies which specialize in international moves. We are...

Troy Transportation
Scottsdale AZ moving companies, Whether you are looking for a local or a long distance mover, you have come to the right place. Troy Moving and Storag...

US DOT: 1727120

MC: 728127

All State Van Lines Inc.
Scottsdale Arizona movers, Experience is our foundation. Having relocated thousands of families across the nation Allstate Van Lines strives t...

US DOT: 220843

MC: 158651

Graebel Arizona Movers, Inc.
For 60 years, Graebel has delivered consistent, world-class moving and storage services to over 1,000,000 families all over the globe. When you...

US DOT: 76235

MC: 15735

Allied Van Lines
Moving company Scottsdale, Allied has over 85 years of experience and has built one of the largest moving networks in the world to service con...

US DOT: 2418952

MC: 832820

Suddath Relocation Systems of Arizona, LLC
Scottsdale Arizona long distance moving, When it comes to industry leadership and the implementation of quality and cost-saving solutions, Suddath® ...

US DOT: 70851

Intra: MTR0189175

MC: 107012

Beltmann Relocation Group
Beltmann Relocation Group is one of the oldest and largest agent for North American Van Lines. Our experienced staff and commitment to customer...

US DOT: 1302391

MC: 504508

Moving Around LLC
At "A Moving Around" we understand the importance of moving not just furniture but the family as well. This major decision must not be taken lightly....

US DOT: 1580667

MC: MC585270

Guardian Moving Storage Inc.
Scottsdale moving companies, In a world that is quickly becoming a global village, the need for a sophisticated, cost effective and lightning quick in...

US DOT: 1978660

MC: 699570

United Transportation Moving & Storage
Scottsdale AZ moving quotes, We have been around for a long ti...

Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale, Arizona is the sixth-largest city in Arizona, with a population of 203,293 in 2008. The city is part of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, lying to the east. The natural beauty of Scottsdale is enhanced by its location in the Sonoran Desert, close to the McDowell mountain range. “The West’s Most Western Town,” as Scottsdale terms itself, associates both with a western past and a cosmopolitan future. When moving to Scottsdale, you can take advantage of both.

Economy:
Many of Scottsdale’s residents are affluent and work in the tourism, high-tech and medical industries. The tourism industry, mainly represented by hotels and resorts, is the largest of these, employing 39 percent of all Scottsdale workers. The largest single employers in Scottsdale are the Scottsdale Health Group, the Mayo Clinic-Scottsdale, General Dynamics-Decision Systems and the Scottsdale Unified School District. Scottsdale Airpark, surrounding the city’s airport, is a major light industrial area for the greater Phoenix region. Many large and small businesses, small manufacturing plants and auto dealerships operate there.

History:
Scottsdale was founded by Winfield Scott, a U.S. Army chaplain who purchased 640 acres of land there in 1888. The dry but fertile climate of the Salt River Valley lured settlers seeking agricultural land and health cures. While early Scottsdale quickly attracted writers and artists, the commercial purpose of the town remained as a local farming market until the construction of dams in the early 20th century allowed for increased agriculture and ranching. Military installations arrived during World War II. The Thunderbird II Airfield (an early training site for air cadets) and a prisoner of war camp were both located in Scottsdale. In 1947, the city began to link its new identity to the “old west,” at the same time as the population began to grow into an urban area. From the 1950s onward, Phoenix’s spread east led to a population boom that increased a population of 2000 (in 1951) to 10,000 (in 1960), 68,000 (in 1970), 88,000 (in 1980), 130,000 (in 1990) and even 202,000 (in 2000), making Scottsdale a very popular moving destination.

Tourism:
Visitors come to Scottsdale for shopping, golfing and the arts. The shops in the Downtown and Southbridge neighborhoods tend to be upscale and include such draws as the only Barney’s New York in Arizona. Golfers can enjoy one of over 200 golf courses in the Scottsdale area, many of which are attached to high-end resorts. The Waste Management Phoenix Open is a stop on the PGA Tour, occurring at the end of January each year. More spectators attend this tournament than any other on the Tour. Among the many museums in Scottsdale are the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, the Scottsdale Historical Museum and the Heard Museum North Scottsdale (a satellite museum of the Heard Museum in Phoenix). Performance spaces in the city include the Scottsdale Desert Stages and the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Other than private and corporate planes, all air travel to Scottsdale is through the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. In addition to a free trolley service (with stops in Old Town, the Arts District, the Fifth Avenue Shops, Scottsdale Fashion Square, the Waterfront and Southbridge), Valley Metro provides bus service throughout the greater Phoenix area. New residents will quickly be immersed to numerous facilities when moving to Scottsdale, Arizona.

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Interesting Facts:

  • In 1937, the architect Frank Lloyd Wright purchased 600 acres of land adjacent to the McDowell Mountains. He would eventually build Taliesin West, his home and architectural headquarters, on the site.
  • Among the films shot in Scottsdale are “Wayne’s World,” “Transamerica,” “Back to the Future” and “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure.”
  • Scottsdale serves as a spring training location for the San Francisco Giants. In the fall, the Scottsdale Scorpions, a minor league team, play in the Scottsdale Stadium.

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