Santa Rosa, CA

The Santa Rosa, CA terminal is closed. The Oakland, CA terminal now delivers to the areas previously serviced by the Santa Rosa terminal.

Moving to Santa Rosa, CA?
Great choice! In 2008, Country Home Magazine named Santa Rosa #4 o the “Best Green Places to Live” list. Best Life Magazine also named Santa Rosa one of the “100 Best Places to Raise a Family” in 2008. Here are even more reasons why you’ll love moving to Santa Rosa, CA!

Santa Rosa has cool winters and warm, dry summers. The average low in January is 39 F, while the average high in July is 52 F. You’ll get about 32 inches of rain per year. Overall, the temps are great in Santa Rosa!

Santa Rosa is situated just 55 miles north of San Francisco. It’s only 103 miles away from Sacramento, and 99 miles from San Jose!

Santa Rosa has a cozy 156,000 residents. It is the largest city in California’s wine country. It is the fifth most populated city in the San Francisco Bay area after San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland, and Fremont.

Santa Rosa has four higher learning institutions to choose from: Empire College, Santa Rosa Junior college, Sonoma University, and the University of San Francisco at Santa Rosa. There are nine school districts in the area, as well as 10 private schools.

Santa Rosa has some fascinating museums! Check out the Pacific Coast Air Museum, the Charles M. Schulz Museum, Sonoma County Museum, Luther Burbank Home and Gardens, and the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center!

Santa Rosa was listed in 2007 by Forbes as one of the best places for business and careers. Top employers in the area include the County of Sonoma, Kaiser Permanente, St. Joseph Health System, Santa Rosa City Schools, Santa Rosa Junior college, and Safeway.

Things to do
Because Santa Rosa is the gateway to Sonoma, there are many wineries and vineyards near Santa Rosa. You can also visit the famous redwood trees at the Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve. Local attractions include Carilloo Adobe, the first home on the site of the future Santa Rosa; Redwood Empire Ice Arena (Snoop’s Home Ice); Annadel State Park; Spring Lake Regional Park; Prince Memorial Greenway, a developed bicycle and pedestrian path; and historic residential neighborhoods scattered throughout Santa Rosa.

Moving to Santa Rosa
If you’re looking for a great way to move to Santa Rosa, choose U-Pack®! U-Pack is a “you pack, they drive” moving service that is the best alternative to truck rental! This is how it works:

  • U-Pack delivers a moving trailer or moving container to your home and you load. Then U-Pack drives your belongings to your new home in Santa Rosa. After you unload, U-Pack picks up the empty trailer or container.

No more steps, it’s just that easy!

U-Pack is affordable. In fact, 78% of U-Pack customers chose U-Pack because of price.

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Santa Rosa Moving Links
City Website
Visitor’s Website

U-Pack Oakland

4575 Tidewater Ave
Oakland CA, 94601

(510) 533-8575

Observed Holidays:
Monday, 09/02/2024
Thursday, 11/28/2024
Friday, 11/29/2024
Tuesday, 12/24/2024
Wednesday, 12/25/2024
Wednesday, 01/01/2025