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

Among Lakewood 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 Lakewood 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 Lakewood

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

Lakewood, California is 23 miles southeast of Los Angeles and is about 9.5 square miles in size. It is bordered by Long Beach on the west and south, Bellflower on the north, Cerritos on the northeast, Cypress on the east, and Hawaiian Gardens on the southeast. In 1950, the Lakewood area went from mostly sugar beet and lima bean fields to becoming the nation’s first post-World War II planned housing development. The development consisted of 17,500 houses across 3,500 acres.

The area was promoted through slogans like “Lakewood, My Home Town” and “Lakewood, Tomorrow’s City Today,” but was also called “an instant city” because of its quick rise to prominence, as small, mass-produced, single-story, working-class houses on tree-lined streets arose in a matter of days. The goal was 50 new houses a day. At the time Lakewood was still unincorporated, and in only three years, it grew from tiny village to more than 70,000 residents. However, n 1954 that changed, as Lakewood became the largest community in the country to incorporate.

However, there was a twist to the incorporation, leading Lakewood to become a pioneer in another development. While Lakewood would have its own city council that would create budgets and set policy on a local level, Lakewood would contract city services to Los Angeles County. The services would include everything from public works items like road repair, to water and sewer services, and even fire protection. This idea called the Lakewood Plan is now commonplace procedure for many cities, towns, and communities across the country, but it the time is somewhat revolutionary to be incorporated, yet outsource all city services to another entity.

Today, Lakewood has more than 81,000 residents in 26,000 homes, which are mostly single-family detached homes. The city is definitely a groundbreaking suburb in the way it was created. The city does not have its own school district, and instead uses four others that include Long Beach, Paramount, Bellflower and ABC Unified School Districts.

Lakewood is a clean city, with public transportation readily available for all residents, making for easy to Long Beach, Bellflower and Alamitos. The economy of the city is primarily driven by 3,000 businesses, most of which are commercial retail. There are numerous parks, restaurants and shopping opportunities available in Lakewood, and it a medium-city with a small town feel. Because of its location between L.A. and Anaheim, there is plenty of activity and entertainment all around, including Disneyland.

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

Utility Companies in Lakewood

Cable TV and Internet

  • Spectrum, Phone: 866-874-2389, Address: 14328-14338 Lakewood Blvd, Bellflower, CA 90706, Web Address:


  • Southern California Edison, Phone: 800-655-4555Address: 1924 E Cashdan St, Compton, CA 90220, Web Address:


  • Southern California Gas Company, Phone: 877-238-0092Address: 1919 S State College Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92806, Web Address:


  • City of Lakewood, Phone: 562-866-9771 Ext. 2140, Address: 5050 Clark Avenue, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web Address:


  • AT&T, Phone: 562-790-3600, 5252 Lakewood Blvd, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web Address:

Trash Services

  • City of Lakewood, Phone: 562-866-9771 Ext. 2140, Address: 5050 Clark Avenue, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web Address:

Community Services in Lakewood

Animal Control Officer

  • Lakewood City Animal Control, Phone: 562-803-3301, Address: 9777 SEAACA St, Downey, CA 90241, Web Address:

Department of Public Works

  • Phone: 562-866-9771 Ext. 2140, Address: 5050 Clark Avenue, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web address:


  • Lakewood Regional Medical Center, Phone: 562-531-2550, Address: 3700 E South St, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web Address:

Parks and Recreation

  • Phone: 562-866-9771, Address: 5050 Clark Ave, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web Address:

Post Offices

  • Phone: 800-275-8777, 5200 Clark Ave, Lakewood, CA 90714, Web Address:!input.action

Public Library

  • Angelo M. Iacoboni Library, Phone: 562-866-1777Address: 4990 Clark Ave, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web address:

Recycling Centers

  • City of Lakewood, Phone: 562-866-9771 Ext. 2140, Address: 5050 Clark Avenue, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web Address:

Emergency Contacts in Lakewood

Fire Department

  • Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Station 45, Phone: 562-634-1266, Address: 4020 Candlewood St, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web Address:\

Police Department

  • Lakewood Sheriff Department, Phone: 562-623-3500, Address: 5130 Clark Ave, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web Address:


  • Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Station 45, Phone: 562-634-1266, Address: 4020 Candlewood St, Lakewood, CA 90712, Web Address:\

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