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Moving from Sacramento, California to Portland, Oregon with State to State Movers

There comes a point in life when you feel the need to change your place of residence. After some time, you just get tired of your city, or you simply want to spend some time somewhere else. It could also be that you’ve got a better-paid job which requires you to move permanently, or you choose to move to be with your partner. Whatever the reason, once you decide to move to another state, you need to think about all kinds of stuff. The first thing that you need to think about is finding professional assistance that is going to take care of your relocation process.
If you have decided to move from Sacramento, California to Portland, Oregon, but you are still stuck thinking it’s impossible to find a reliable long distance moving company, we have good news – you have just found one! State to State Movers is the right choice! We are here to provide you with high-quality moving service at more than affordable prices. With our helpful movers, you’ll learn that the relocation process can actually be completed stress-free. Contact our representatives and check the long list of services we have to offer (some of them include residential moving, enclosed car transport, packing boxes for moving, storage services). And there’s more. We are also here to give you the best possible tips for moving and packing, so you don’t have to waste time trying to figure it all by yourself how you should plan your relocation. All you need to do is give us a call and we’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you might have and get the relocation process started as soon as you want us to.
Now that you don’t have to worry about finding the moving company anymore, it’s time you learned something about the city that you are moving to. Here are some things that you should know about Portland, Oregon.

About Portland, Oregon

Portland is the largest city in the U.S. state of Oregon (though not its capital – Oregon’s capital is Salem). It is also the seat of Multnomah County and an important port in the state. Unlike numerous cities which were named after their founders, Portland was named after another city (Portland in the U.S. state of Maine). There are around 632,309 people who call Portland their home. Today, the technology industry is well-developed in Portland, but that was not the case until the 1990s, when large companies, such as Intel, were established. If you want to learn something about Portland’s interesting history and development, click here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Portland,_Oregon.

The Climate of Portland, Oregon

One of the highly important things you need to know when you’re moving to another state is whether the climate is different from the climate of your current place of residence. Depending on the size of the city you have chosen to move to, the weather conditions might be different in its different parts, so it’s good to explore this before moving so that you can be sure you have made the right choice. When it comes to Portland’s climate, you’ll be happy to hear that it is quite similar to that of Sacramento. Summers are also dry (rainfalls are quite rare), but they might not be as hot as in California (which can be a good thing). Winters are rainy and somewhat cooler than you are used to, but you should not worry about extremely low temperatures.

Where to live in Portland, Oregon

Another highly important question you need to answer before you actually move to Portland is where exactly you are going to live. Take a look at the following list of neighborhoods of Portland you might want to consider or at least read more about before you rule them out.
- Goose Hollow (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goose_Hollow,_Portland,_Oregon)
- Irvington (http://www.portlandneighborhood.com/irvington.html)
- Rose City Park (https://www.movingtoportland.net/portland-neighborhoods/northeast/rose-city-park/)
- Mount Tabor (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Tabor,_Portland,_Oregon#Neighborhood)
- Hollywood District (http://www.portlandneighborhood.com/hollywood.html)
- Pearl District (http://explorethepearl.com/)
- Laurelhurst (http://www.portlandneighborhood.com/laurelhurst.html)
- Hawthorne District (http://www.10best.com/destinations/oregon/portland/hawthorne-district/)
- Alberta Arts District (https://www.travelportland.com/collection/alberta-arts-district/)
- St. Johns (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Johns,_Portland,_Oregon)
Now that you have learned some basic information about Portland, we believe you are one step closer to starting your relocation process. Once again, you just need to contact State to State Movers representatives and schedule your moving day

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