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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

National Van Lines Inc.

San Bernardino California moving companies, Founded in 1929, National Van Lines is an ESOP-owned enterprise that began in the Chicago area as a horse and wagon moving service and expanded to a...

US DOT: 76628

MC: 42866

Michael's Moving and Storage Inc.

It is this basic philosophy that has set Michael's Movers of Boston apart, in the ten years since it was established by owner and chief operator...

US DOT: 608571

Intra: 30293

MC: 465895

24 7 Logistic Services

24/7 Logistic Services LLC offers a wide range of moving services for every life situation and your individual needs. We are dedicated to provide...

US DOT: 3005919

MC: 26561

Presto Logistics

San Bernardino CA, We pride ourselves on maintaining on-time performance of over 98.5% and claims for less than .0001% of our total shipments. We have dedicated...

US DOT: 1691575

MC: 621224

Colonial Van Lines Inc.

When you hire a long-distance moving company, you want to rest assured that the team you’ve chosen has the skills and convictions you need to trust...

US DOT: 1434373

MC: 681534

Triple 7 Movers

Triple 7 Movers is a family-owned and operated company in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here at Triple 7 Movers, we are proud to provide the highest quality...

US DOT: 1812376

Intra: 3350.3

MC: 658497

Koa Moving & Storage LLC

With 19 years of experience in the moving industry, we at Koa Moving and Storage comprehend how stressful moving can be. Our priority is to...

US DOT: 3392256

Intra: 2433-C

MC: 1093117

HireAHelper

Movers San Bernardino CA, HireAHelper has worked more than 10 years curating the best movers from around the country, which means we have the highest quality movers you can...

US DOT: 3214531

MC: 1004629

United Merit Van Lines

United Merit Van Lines is a Premier Full-Service Long-Distance Moving provider located in Los Angeles and servicing residential and commercial West...

US DOT: 2513725

MC: 871984

Rhino Relocation

San Bernardino California moving quotes, From the moment we meet, your move becomes the most important thing to us. Our team brings knowledge, experience, confidentiality and honesty to one...

US DOT: 2407374

MC: 828305

New Era Relocation LLC

New Era Relocation is a top-rated residential and commercial carrier offering comprehensive home and business relocation and packing services. Our...

US DOT: 3371822

MC: 1081104

United Nation Van Lines LLC

9 years ago, a trio of friends hired a renowned national moving company and was disappointed by both the speed and the quality of the service. Sound...

US DOT: 697249

MC: 324168

Sky Van Line Inc.

San Bernardino CA, We will move you with first-rate customer service and the gentle care of your valuable belongings. We work hard to please our customers because every...

US DOT: 2362688

MC: 809843

The Firemen Moving Co.

The Firemen Moving Co. has been professionally moving residential and commercial properties since 1992. With over 20 years of experience, owner Neal...

US DOT: 3060928

Intra: C3646

MC: 55206

San Bernardino, California, with a population of almost 200,000, is the 18th-largest city in the state and the seat of San Bernardino County. The city is one of the oldest in California (celebrating its bicentennial in 2010) and is located about 65 miles east of Los Angeles. Instead of being merely a suburb of that larger city, San Bernardino has thrived for years as a ranching, agricultural, military and transportation center for southern California. Opportunities continue to exist for those visiting or moving to San Bernardino.

Economy:
San Bernardino's earliest economy depended on ranching and agriculture, but the city's primary employers today focus on government and service-related industries (especially retail and education). In industry, San Bernardino is a major logistics and transportation hub. The city's location at the junction of three major highways (Interstates 10 and 215 and State Route 210) led the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway, as well as several major truck lines, to open freight transit centers in San Bernardino. Similarly, the city is home to warehouse distribution centers for retail companies including Kohl's, Mattel and Stater Brothers. The biggest single employers in San Bernardino are led by the California State University-San Bernardino, Caltrans District 8, the City of San Bernardino, Community Hospital and the San Bernardino City Unified School District.

History:
The first European settlers in the San Bernardino Valley were Spanish missionaries, arriving in the early 19th century. On May 20, 1810, Father Francisco Dumetz arrived and erected an altar in honor of Saint Bernardino of Siena (the patron saint of that day). A permanent mission, called Rancho San Bernardino, followed in 1819 and operated until 1834, when the mission was replaced by a trading post along the Spanish Trail. A group of 500 Mormon settlers arrived and began farming in 1851, leading to the incorporation of the City of San Bernardino in 1854. The arrival of the railroad in 1886 led to a population explosion throughout the valley, and San Bernardino became the railway hub for all of southern California. From a population of 1200 at the time of incorporation, the city's population grew to 6150 in 1900 and to 12,779 in 1910. Today, many new residents are relocating to the area, so it's no wonder why San Bernardino moving companies are so busy.

Tourism:
Due to a cluster of mineral springs (both hot and cold) in the mountains bordering the San Bernardino Valley, the city has been a tourist destination for a long time. The Arrowhead Springs Hotel and Spa, built on 1916 acres to the north of downtown San Bernardino, has offered hot springs, mineral baths and steam caves for a century. Permanent modern attractions include museums (including the Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum, with the largest collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts was of the Mississippi), music venues and theaters. Several festivals throughout the year also attract visitors to San Bernardino. Among the largest are the National Orange Show in May and the Stater Bros. Route 66 Rendezvous classic car show in September. While the San Bernardino International Airport only operates for private flights and cargo, the closest major airport to San Bernardino is the LA/Ontario Airport, offering more than 500 flights per day. Local transit in and around the city is available from Omnitrans and the Mountain Area Regional Transit Authority. Light rail service to Los Angeles on the Metrolink service also runs daily.

  • A figure of an arrowhead, measuring 1375 feet long by 449 feet wide, is visible on a mountainside above San Bernardino. While early settlers believed the arrowhead to be an Indian marker for the nearby hot springs, geologists now say it is actually a natural phenomenon caused by uplifted soil.
  • Baseball in San Bernardino is represented by both the Inland Empire Route 66ers (a class A minor league affiliate of the LA Dodgers) and by the Western Region Little League Tournament, held each August.
  • In 1948, the McDonald brothers opened a hamburger restaurant in San Bernardino, marking the beginning of the McDonald's fast food chain.

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