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Allied & North American Van Lines

Allied & North American Van Lines has over 85 years of experience and has built one of the largest moving networks in the world to service consumers,...

US DOT: 76235

MC: 15735

Bold Moving and Storage LLC

Palm Harbor Florida moving companies, Bold is more than a moving company, it’s an idea based on one simple mission: customer satisfaction. The founders of Bold Moving and Storage have...

US DOT: 3139358

MC: 98101

Hood Moving & Relocation

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: 1302391

MC: 504508

Best American Movers

GroveStars Moving, LLC provides long distance moving in 48 states. Whether you are moving your office or changing your home location, we will take...

US DOT: 3332133

MC: 1062034

Premier Van Lines International

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

US DOT: 3662762

MC: 1266993

Everybody Hates Moving LLC

We know that moving can be very stressful, so we aim to ease the process. Here at Everybody Hates Moving, we pride ourselves on excellence and value....

US DOT: 3216235

Intra: IM3067

MC: 1044689

Cheap Movers LLC

We are a family-owned and operated moving business located in Sarasota. Considering that it’s beginning, CMS has handled little to large-sized moves...

US DOT: 3412888

MC: 1177630

Real Time Relocation LLC

Real Time Relocation is bonded, licensed and insured to take care of all of your needs whether it is across the street or across the state.

US DOT: 3155501

Intra: IM3405

MC: 107489

All American Moving & Storage of Florida LLC

Movers Palm Harbor FL, While being based out of south Florida we love assisting our local neighborhood family, but that doesn't mean we can’t assist your move out of state....

US DOT: 3365081

Intra: IM3238

MC: 1078221

Easy Road Moving & Storage Inc.

At Easy Road Moving and Storage we strive to make a name for ourselves by providing honest and easy to understand quotes as well as quality service...

US DOT: 3491781

Intra: IM3350

MC: 1149461

East Coast Moving Inc.

Palm Harbor Florida moving quotes, East Coast Moving Inc. is a well-established moving company based in Queens, New York. Our company is growing every year and providing excellent...

US DOT: 3099054

Intra: 40457

MC: 76406

Hawaiian Shipping

Here at Hawaiian Shippers, we understand the sensitive and delicate nature of trusting someone to move your most valuable possessions. This is why we...

US DOT: 1208629

MC: 480787

Octomovers

Octomovers is more than just a moving company. Along with full-service moves, we also provide specialty packing & unpacking services, careful...

US DOT: 2947245

Intra: T-39908

MC: 997767

MiniMoves Inc.

Palm Harbor FL, MiniMoves is America's only national moving furniture company uniquely focused on helping people move small shipments locally, state-to-state and to...

US DOT: 526036

MC: 268180

United Van Lines

With United, moving is simple — Whether you are moving across the country or just across state lines, we put our customers first. By integrating the...

US DOT: 77949

MC: 67234

Palm Harbor, Florida is located in Pinellas County, 20 miles north-west of Tampa, Florida. It is part of the Tampa-Saint Petersburg-Clearwater metropolitan area. Palm Harbor is one of the most beautiful communities in Florida. The town is home to 58,637 people and has a very high standard of living. The residential areas are very comfortable with excellent facilities. The transport network is very efficient and provides an easy commute to the nearby cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater. Many people prefer moving to Palm Harbor because of its more peaceful residential neighbourhoods. It is also preferred by people moving after retirement.

Economy:
Being primarily a residential neighbourhood, the main economic activity inside the city is in the healthcare, education and retail sectors. Retail employs 14 percent of the male workforce and 13 percent of the female workforce. Healthcare providers are the second largest employers in the city. The manufacturing industry also has a fair share in the economics of Palm Harbor. According to 2009 estimates, the median household income of Palm Harbour is $52,275 per annum. This is higher than the state's average median. The Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce has played an important role in the economic development of the city since it was established in 1977. The nearby cities of Tampa, St Petersburg and Clearwater also play an important role in Palm Harbor's economy. Many people work outstation in these cities. Over the last few years, the housing prices in Palm Harbor have shown a downward trend. This is one of the main reasons why people living in surrounding cities prefer moving intrastate to Palm Harbor.

History:
The original settlement began in 1878 as Bay St. Joseph. The initial settlement was due to J.C. Craver who came to the region in a year earlier, in the winter of 1877, on the advice of his physician. The name was soon changed to Yellow Bluff. Sometime later, a yellow fever epidemic broke out in the town and the name was changed again to avoid negative associations with Yellow Bluff. The railroad arrived in 1888. At that time the town was known as Sutherland after the Southern Land and Development Company which operated here. During the 1880s the town had two beautiful hotels, one of which later became a college. The current name "Palm Harbor" was chosen in 1925. The city is still unincorporated and is governed by the Pinellas County Commission.

Tourism:
The city is home to the North Pinellas Historical Museum, originally built in 1915 by Judge Thomas William Hartley. The museum has numerous exhibits on the history of Palm Harbor and its surrounding areas. It includes information on the early settlements from the 1800s, all the way to the present day. There are also numerous outdoor activities in Palm Harbor including fishing, boating, diving and numerous water sports. Tourists can also visit Adventure Island, Busch Gardens, The Florida Aquarium, Lowry Park Zoo and the Florida International Museum.

  • The town was once named Yellow Bluff and soon afterward a yellow fever epidemic broke out. The name was immediately changed.

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