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

Among Claremont 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 Claremont 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.

Affordable Movers in Claremont

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 Claremont 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 Claremont. 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 Claremont? Here is what you can expect once you get to Claremont.

Claremont, California, is located in Los Angeles County, and shares a border with La Verne, Montclair, Pomona, San Antonio Heights, and Upland. Claremont has a population of 35,827 people, with a median age of 39.6. The city has a median household income of $94,005, and the median property value in Claremont is $581,100, with a homeownership rate of 65.5 percent. The city has a diverse citizenry, with a population that is 52.5 percent white, 24.1 percent Hispanic, and 15.5 Asian.

The Claremont that its citizens know today is due to the community’s founders, who began to build a proud community more than 100 years ago. They planted trees that now crowd the sky, and the Claremont Colleges have grown to become some of America’s most respected institutions, both for their education and culture. Claremont also has a true and historic “downtown,” and self-governance is still a big part of its citizen’s lives.

The first residents of the Claremont area were the Serrano Indians. In fact, a Serrano village was discovered on a mesa near the intersection of Foothill and Indian Hill Boulevards. Spanish reign of the area began in 1771, and Mission San Gabriel was founded. The mission stretched from the San Bernardino Mountains to the San Pedro Bay.

The missions were secularized in 1834 by the Mexican government, and at the time, most of the land in the Claremont area became a part of the Rancho San Jose, which was owned by Ricardo Vejar and Don Ygnacio Palomares. It wasn’t until 1871 that the first anglo-European became a resident of Claremont, when  W. T. “Tooch” Martin filed a claim on 156 acres near Indian Hill Boulevard. Martin was a hunter and beekeeper.

After the Santa Fe Railroad’s tracks became a part of the landscape, the actually community of “Claremont” was created, and it only survived because of the resolute nature of its citizens and a boost by the creation of Pomona College in 1888. On September 23, 1907, almost 95 percent of Claremont’s 131 voters cast a ballot regarding the incorporation of Claremont, and it was approved by a vote 73 to 49.

At the time the colleges blossomed along with the citrus industry. Citrus ranches were everywhere across Claremont, the product was shipped across the world. Most of the pickers and packers were of Mexican origin, and large Hispanic neighborhoods began to form. The citrus orchards did well for a long time, but after World War II, the property became much more valuable for developers. Housing tracts became a part of the landscape, which was only 3.5 square miles at the time. It is now 13 square miles.

The Spanish, Mexican, college institution, and citrus are still influential in Claremont. There are still remaining citrus groves, and while Spanish heritage is influential, Claremont also has the feel of a college town.

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

Utility Companies in Claremont

Cable TV and Internet

  • Spectrum, Phone: 866-874-2389, Address: 212 S Indian Hill Blvd, Claremont, CA 91711, Web Address:


  • Southern California Edison, Phone: 800-655-4555. Address: 265 N East End Ave, Pomona, CA 91767, Web Address:


  • Southern California Gas Company, Phone: 877-238-0092, Address: 13525 12th St, Chino, CA 91710, Web Address:


  • Golden State Water Co, Phone: 800-999-4033, Address: 915 W Foothill Blvd Suite E, Claremont, CA 91711, Web Address:


  • AT&T, Phone: 909-333-4019, Address: 9359 Central Ave Suite H, Montclair, CA 91763, Web Address:

Trash Services

  • GreenWay Solid Waste & Recycling Inc., Phone: 909-518-7943, Address: 10660 Silicon Ave Unit H, Montclair, Ca. 91763, Web Address:

Community Services in Claremont

Animal Control Officer

  • Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA, 909-623-9777, Address: 500 Humane Way, Pomona, CA 91766, Web Address:

Department of Public Works

  • Phone: 909-399-5395, Phone: 207 Harvard Ave., Claremont, CA 91711, Email:, Web address:


  • Montclair Hospital Medical Center, Phone: 909-625-5411, Address: 5000 San Bernardino St, Montclair, CA 91763, Web Address:

Parks and Recreation

  • Phone: 909-399-5490, Address: 207 Harvard Ave., Claremont, CA 91711, Web Address:

Post Offices

  • Phone: 800-275-8777, Address: 140 Harvard Ave N, Claremont, CA 91711, Web Address:!input.action

Public Library

  • Claremont Library, Phone: 909-621-4902, Address: 208 N Harvard Ave N, Claremont, CA 91711, Web address:

Recycling Centers

  • GreenWay Solid Waste & Recycling Inc., Phone: 909-518-7943, Address: 10660 Silicon Ave Unit H, Montclair, Ca. 91763, Web Address:

Emergency Contacts in Claremont

Fire Department

  • Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Station 101, Phone: 909-626-7351, Address: 606 W Bonita Ave, Claremont, CA 91711, Web Address:

Police Department

  • Claremont Police Department, Phone: 909-399-5411, Address: 570 W Bonita Ave, Claremont, CA 91711, Web Address:


  • Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Station 101, Phone: 909-626-7351, Address: 606 W Bonita Ave, Claremont, CA 91711, Web Address:

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