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Moving Company in Walnut Creek, CA

1430 Arroyo Way
Walnut Creek, CA, 94596United States

MOVE 4 LESS™ is a moving company located in Walnut Creek CA, an incorporated city located 16 miles east of the city of Oakland. It lies in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area.

While not as large as neighboring Concord, Walnut Creek serves as the business and entertainment hub for the neighboring cities within central Contra Costa County, due in part to its location at the junction of the highways from Sacramento and San Jose I-680 and San Francisco/Oakland

The city had a total population of 65,384 as of January 2008 according to the California Department of Finance. This growing population makes it an ideal location for MOVE 4 LESS™ to offer it's moving services.

We are specifically located off of the 680 freeway and the north main street exit at Latitude: 37.904924° N 37° 54' 17.7" 37° 54.2954' (degree m.mmmm) and Longitude: -122.062784° W 122° 3' 46.0" -122° 3.7670' (degree m.mmmm).

We move hundreds of family's into and out of the city of Walnut Creek on a daily basis. If your in need of a responsible licensed moving company with a stellar track record please give MOVE 4 LESS™ a call at 925-309-6197

Best things about moving to Walnut Creek

The Shopping in Downtown Walnut Creek is amazing. Some of the best high class stores in the world have decided to open stores in the downtown Broadway plaza area including Tiffany's.

Walnut Creek has recently opened up a brand new library at 1644 N. Broadway.
The much-anticipated brand new Walnut Creek Library opened its doors to the public on Saturday, July 17th. The $40 million dollar project has been in the works since 2006 and will be a very a welcome addition to the city’s Civic Park.

The new library will feature a vastly expanded book collection, a cozy reading area with fireplace, an information-age technology center, a children’s storytime corner, a café, and much more. Also look for a library card registration booth and demonstrations and exhibits from the Lindsay Wildlife Museum, Walnut Creek Historical Society, and Teen Media Showcase to name a few.

The grand opening was a big hit as the high ceilings and wood trim were dazzling. It also was interesting how much diverse types of multimedia it was offering being it was suppose to be about books and not electronic media. The kids sure go for the electronics thou.

Other highlights exclusive to the city of Walnut Creek include:

  • Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive. The City's performing and visual arts center, opened in October 1990, houses the 800-seat Hofmann Theatre, the 300-seat Margaret Lesher Theatre, the 130-seat Knight Foundation Stage 3 theatre, the Bedford Gallery, offices and rehearsal space. Pretty impressive for a suburb, but not exactly The Met. Originally opened as the Regional Center for the Arts (RCA). The name was changed to The Dean Lesher Regional Center for the Arts after a donation from the Lesher Foundation. The word "Regional" was removed to encourage patronage from the greater Bay Area.
  • Lindsay Wildlife Museum, 1931 First Avenue. A wildlife rehabilitation and educational center that focuses on native California wildlife and natural history. The museum exhibits live, non-releasable native wildlife. Founded in 1955, the museum operates the oldest and one of the largest wildlife rehabilitation hospitals in the United States, treating more than 6,000 injured and orphaned wild animals each year.
  • Old Borges Ranch, 1035 Castle Rock Road. The former ranch of early Walnut Creek pioneer Frank Borges is the home base for Walnut Creek's Shell Ridge Open Space activities. The ranch complex includes a blacksmith shop, numerous outbuildings, and farm equipment displays. It also features a barn and covered trellis available for group reservations. The Borges family home, built in 1901, houses historical displays of the early 1900’s. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Great place to go if you forgot or always wondered what growing up on a farm was like, or if you were inexplicably transported through time to the present when you were struck by a purple lightning bolt and are desperate for a taste of home in the 19th Century.