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

Among San Marino 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 San Marino 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 San Marino 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 San Marino. 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 San Marino? Here is what you can expect once you get to San Marino.

San Marino, CA has a population of 13,324 people, and it is an older community with a median age of 46.7. The median household income of the San Marino residents is $139,792. The affluent community has an astounding median property value of $1.52 million, and the homeownership rate is 86.7 percent. San Marino is located in Los Angeles County, and borders Alhambra, East Pasadena, East San Gabriel, Pasadena, San Gabriel, San Pasqual, and South Pasadena.

The population of San Marino is unique in its diversity with 54.8 percent Asian citizenry, along with 32.6 percent white and 8.7 percent Hispanic. Most people in San Marino commute by to work, and the average commute time is 26.6 minutes.

The major area of San Marino was included in a Mexican Land Grant in 1830 to a Native American named Senora Victoria Reid, who was the widow of a Scotsman. Victoria named her rancho “Huerta de Cuati.”

Before the grant, the region was part of the San Gabriel Mission, and before that, San Marino was occupied by Native Americans who had a village located at what is now Huntington School.

In 1852, Don Benito Wilson took control of Victoria’s rancho, and later, Wilson gave a large portion of the land to his daughter Maria de Jesus. Maria married J. de Barth Shorb, and he named the rancho after his grandfather’s Maryland plantation, which received its name from the Republic of San Marino, in Italy. San Marino, California was born.

In 1903, the Shorb Rancho was purchased by Henry E. Huntington, and in 1913, the three primary Ranchos in San Marino were subdivided into smaller Ranchos, which included Stoneman, White, Rose, as well as others. All of them were then incorporated as the city of San Marino.

The San Marino seal provides the legacy of the land. It contains the three summits of Mt. Titano, and upon each there is a tower that is fortified with walls built from native rock and capped with a bronze plume. All of it is surrounded by a heart-shaped scroll with two roundels and a lozenge at the top. The left side displays a beautiful palm frond and underneath the right side of the seal there is a branch from an orange tree. The crown that represents the monarchy on the original seal, but it was removed when William Hertrich redesigned the city’s Coat of Arms in the 1920s.

On September 9, 1917, the first San Marino school opened at the corner of Monterey Road and Oak Knoll, in what was called the Old Mayberry Home. The school had three teachers and 35 students from grades kindergarten to eighth. The high school students attended South Pasadena High until San Marino High School was built. San Marion High School had its first graduating class in 1956. The high school nickname, “The Titans,” came from Mt. Titano, which is in the Republic of San Marino.

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

Utility Companies in San Marino

Cable TV and Internet

  • Spectrum, Phone: 866-874-2389, Address: 2982 East Colorado Blvd, #107, Pasadena, CA 91107, Web Address:


  • Southern California Edison, Phone: 800-655-4555, Address: 501 S Marengo Ave, Alhambra, CA 91801, Web Address:


  • Southern California Gas Company, Phone: 800-427-2200, Address: 333 E Main St, Alhambra, CA 91801, Web Address:


  • California-American Water Co, Phone: 805-498-1266, Address: 2439 W Hillcrest Dr, Newbury Park, CA 91320, Web Address:


  • Frontier Communications, Phone: 562-362-6442, Address: 4811 Airport Plaza Dr, Long Beach, CA 90815, Web Address:

Trash Services

  • Athens Services, Phone: 888-336-6100, Address: 14048 Valley Blvd, La Puente, CA 91746, Web Address:

Community Services in San Marino

Animal Control Officer

  • San Gabriel Valley Humane Society, Phone: 626-286-1159, Address: 851 E Grand Ave, San Gabriel, CA 91776, Web Address:

Department of Public Works

  • Phone: 626-300-0793, Address: 2200 Huntington Dr, San Marino, CA 91108, Web address:


  • San Gabriel Valley Medical Center, Phone: 626-289-5454, Address: 438 W Las Tunas Dr, San Gabriel, CA 91776, Web Address:

Parks and Recreation

  • Phone: 626-403-2200, Address: 1560 Pasqualito Dr, San Marino, CA 91108, Web Address:

Post Offices

  • Phone: 800-275-8777, Address: 2960 Huntington Dr, San Marino, CA 91108, Web Address:!input.action

Public Library

  • Crowell Public Library, Phone: 626-300-0777, Address: 1890 Huntington Dr, San Marino, CA 91108, Web address

Recycling Centers

  • Athens Services, Phone: 888-336-6100, Address: 14048 Valley Blvd, La Puente, CA 91746, Web Address:

Emergency Contacts in San Marino

Fire Department

  • Phone: 626-300-0735, Address: 2200 Huntington Dr, San Marino, CA 91108, Web Address:

Police Department

  • Phone: 626-300-0720, Address: 2200 Huntington Dr, San Marino, CA 91108, Web Address:


  • Phone: 626-300-0735, Address: 2200 Huntington Dr, San Marino, CA 91108, Web Address:

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