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We at Royal Moving Company are dedicated to helping our customers have a smooth and worry-free move to Azusa every step of the way.

Among Azusa movers, we are well known for our clean, efficient service. Others movers out there may charge you cheap rates, but they can also cause you headaches, like damaged or lost belongings. And they might also hit you with unexpected charges.

There is no need to worry when you hire safe, professional and dependable Royal Moving Company. The next time you move to a new residence, just leave it to our expert Azusa moving crew.

We do local moves, long distance moves, and we even have a storage facility for your short or long-term storage needs. We even do commercial moves of any size and complexity. Do you need a move quote? Call today and we will give you an accurate, no-pressure moving quote.


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Need help preparing for your move? Royal Moving has you covered. Sit back and let our team of professional packers pack your belonging with gentle care. We will handle your property safely and securely and place everything onboard one of our modern moving vans. Even if you supply the truck, we can help you pack and load all of your precious cargo. Then do the driving yourself, if you choose. We are even available to meet you at your destination within the Azusa area and do the unloading for you.

Call on Royal Moving Company to make your move easy and hassle-free. We are one of the top moving companies in Azusa. That is because we go the extra distance for you, every single time! Call us, and forget your worries about packing, loading and getting your belongings safely unloaded at your new home. We are your moving solution!


Moving to Azusa? Here is what you can expect once you get to Azusa.

Azusa, California, is located in Los Angeles County, 20 miles outside of metropolitan Los Angeles, and it shares a border with Citrus, Covina, Duarte, Glendora, Irwindale, and Vincent. Azusa is within close proximity to both rural and urban areas, making it a unique spot to make a home. Canyons and valleys lie to the north, so there is always the opportunity for hiking, camping, and other outdoor activities, while the big city is on the horizon.

The city has a population of 48,498 people, who have a rather low median age of 29.1. The median household income of the Azusa residents is $56,569, and the median property value is $342,000. The population of Azusa is 63.4 percent Hispanic, 20.7 percent white, and 10.5 percent Asian.

The area that would become Azusa was once roamed by the Shoshonean Indian, who hunted the valley near Brea Canyon before homesteaders settled in the area. The Native American tribe was called the Asuksa-gna by the locals, and later, the name would be evolve to Azusa, and was adopted for the city's name.

From its Native American roots, Azusa would become a ranch community, and Englishman Henry Dalton grew vineyards and developed various processing industries. Eventually, he became very wealthy when gold was discovered in San Gabriel Canyon I 1954, and the Gold Rush began. During the next 20 years, around $12 million in gold was discovered and shipped to mints across United States.

The rush ended the Dalton Ranch Dalto, and the Federal Government took thousands of acres from Dalton on the southern boundary and eastern boundary for homesteading. This brought an influx of folks to the area who claimed 40, 80 or 120 acre lands for their homes. Azusa became an official town in 1887, and the area saw steady influx of homesteaders in the late 19th Century. From the beginning of the 1900s to World War II, dams and power plants were constructed in the area.

The first school in Azusa was built out of logs and brush. It was also the first public school built in the Upper San Gabriel Valley, which was called Azusa Valley in those days. In 1891, the first Union High School, named Citrus, was built at the southwest corner of Citrus near Broadway. On December 29, 1898, Azusa was incorporated as a city of the sixth class. The population in 1890 was 800, and in 1899 it still only 865 people.

There are many services and organizations worth knowing about as a new resident of Azusa. Here is some valuable contact information that you might need in order to settle into your new residence in Azusa. The contact list includes utility companies, community service associations, recreational facilities, as well as important state and local government organizations.


Utility Companies in Azusa

Cable TV and Internet

  • Spectrum, Phone: 866-874-2389, Address: 4781 Irwindale Ave, Irwindale, CA 91706, Web Address:


  • Azusa Light & Water, Phone: 626-812-5225,Address: 729 N. Azusa Ave., Azusa, CA 91702, Web Address:


  • Southern California Gas Company, Phone: 800-427-2000, Address: 950 N Todd Ave, Azusa, CA 91702, Web Address:


  • Azusa Light & Water, Phone: 626-812-5225,Address: 729 N. Azusa Ave., Azusa, CA 91702, Web Address:


  • AT&T, Phone: 626-334-4000, Address: 100 W Foothill Blvd, Azusa, CA 91702,

Trash Services

  • Athens Services, Phone: 888-336-6100, Address: 5355 S Vincent Ave, Irwindale, CA 91706, :

Community Services in Azusa

Animal Control Officer

  • LA County Department of Animal Care & Control, Phone: 626-962-3577, Address: 4275 N. Elton St., Baldwin Park, CA  91706, Web Address:

Department of Public Works

  • Phone: 626-812-5254, Address: 213 E Foothill Blvd, Azusa, CA 91702, Web address:


  • Foothill Presbyterian Hospital, Phone: 626-963-8411, Address: 250 S Grand Ave, Glendora, CA 91741, Web Address:

Parks and Recreation

  • Phone: 626-812-5280, Address: 320 N. Orange Ave., Azusa, CA 91702, Web Address:

Post Offices

  • Phone: 800-275-8777, Address: 110 W 6th St, Azusa, CA 91702, Web Address:!input.action

Public Library

  • Azusa City Library, Phone: 626-812-5232, Address: 729 N Dalton Ave, Azusa, CA 91702, Web address:

Recycling Centers

  • Athens Services, Phone: 888-336-6100, Address: 5355 S Vincent Ave, Irwindale, CA 91706, :

Emergency Contacts in Azusa

Fire Department

  • Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Station 32, Phone: 626-334-0011, Address: 605 N Angeleno Ave, Azusa, CA 91702, Web Address:

Police Department

  • Phone: 626-812-3200, Address: 725 N Alameda Ave, Azusa, CA 91702, Web Address:


  • Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Station 32, Phone: 626-334-0011, Address: 605 N Angeleno Ave, Azusa, CA 91702, Web Address:

Azusa Movers Reviews

16 total reviews
Local Moves, from Azusa to Hollywood
Recommend Azusa Movers to everyone. Royal are the best.
Local Moves, Azusa
I love to see a sense of urgency when I am paying by the hour, and Royal delivered, finishing well before my expectations.
Local Moves, from Azusa to Hidden Hills
The best. On time. Great attitude. Every piece of furniture was delivered in perfect condition. I absolutely love Royal!
Local Moves, Azusa
The gentlemen at Royal that helped me with my move we're very courteous and respectful and careful with all of my belongings. I will definitely hire them again.
Local Moves, from Azusa to Beverly Hills
Definitely a wonderful moving experience. The Royal team took great care of my belongings at a price far below what I estimated.
Local Moves, Azusa
The Royal Moving crew was very nice and very helpful throughout the entire process. True PROS!
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