Richmond, British Columbia
Agents Near You
A1 Moving & Storage
8035 N Fraser Way,
Crescent Moving and Storage, Ltd.
1490 Derwent Way,
Sweenie Moving Ltd.
100B - 1779 Sean Heights,
Greaves Moving & Storage
100B 1779 Sean Heights,
Bowes Pickfords Ltd.
8905 Nowell Street,
Greaves Moving & Storage
Neighbors Relocation Services
18409 Cascade Ave S.,
20427 87th Ave. S.,
Air Van northAmerican
1519 St. Paul Ave.,
10610 32nd Ave., South,
661 W. Athabasca St.,
Richmond, British Columbia Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of Richmond Moving Companies
South of Vancouver in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland is the city of Richmond, which is made of several islands including Lulu, Sea, Mitchell and Iona.
Richmond boasts a diverse and culturally exciting population, and as of the 2011 Canadian Census, the population here was 190,473. This grew almost 10 percent since 2006.
This B.C. city began as a farming community with an emphasis on fishing, but it has now become a cultural center for people from around the globe.
Richmond experiences a temperate climate with very little snow in the winter and warm temperatures in the summer. In July, temperatures average around 23 degrees Celsius, and in the winter the drop to around 6 degrees.
Attractions and Activities in Richmond
New residents who enjoy the great outdoors will love all of the recreational opportunities in Richmond. The city features 680 hectares of parks as well as 50 kilometres of trails and 60 kilometres of cycling paths. You can enjoy lovely strolls around the area with your family, dine on picnics in the park or play a game of soccer.
Learn more about your new city with a trip to the Richmond Museum, which is open all year long, seven days a week. You’ll find the museum in the Richmond Cultural Centre in Minoru Park, and it offers rotating exhibits. You can see displays on local history, archaeological digs and cranberry farming as well as vintage photos. You’ll also want to stop by the Richmond Art Gallery in the cultural centre to see contemporary works by local artists.
Moving to Richmond
If you’re relocating to Richmond by car you can access the city via Highway 99. But for those who are flying into Vancouver International Airport, North American Van Lines offers vehicle transportation. This saves you an extra trip, and your car or truck will be at your new home when you land!
This Richmond moving company sells self-pack materials for do-it-yourselfers, but if you prefer to leave it to the professionals take advantage of our full-service or fragile-only packing. With box and furniture inventory and high-value, northAmerican will make sure everything arrives safe and sound to your new home, and with operations in more than 40 countries, it’ll be no problem to move you to Richmond.