Moving Companies in Rochester, NY
Planning a Long-Distance Move from Rochester
Located in the picturesque Finger Lakes region of upstate New York is Rochester, which sits midway between Niagara Falls and Syracuse. You may have enjoyed some diverse cultural offerings during your time as one of the city’s 200,000 residents (and among the 1 million living in the greater metro area), but if your focus is now shifting to moving, we can help you prepare for the next chapter in your new city.
U-Pack® is a great choice to help with your long-distance relocation. We provide the equipment you need to hold your belongings and a professional driver to transport them. And with nationwide coverage — including a service center in Rochester — scheduling your move is easy. You just pack and load, and we’ll handle the rest. Learn more about what to expect from U-Pack, and get a free online quote today!
11 Fun Facts About the Flower City
Check out some trivia, and plan a few final outings before you leave Rochester:
The town was officially incorporated in 1817 under the name “Rochesterville,” after founder Nathanial Rochester, but shortened to “Rochester” five years later.
Immigrants George Ellwanger and Patrick Barry led the way in establishing Rochester as a center of entrepreneurial gardening excellence by the mid-1800s, helping it earn the title of “Flower City.”
Xerox and Kodak are among the companies founded in Rochester.
Rochester contains more than 12,000 acres of parkland.
Over 140 festivals and events take place here annually.
Hit ‘em long and straight on one of 60 public golf courses.
Speaking of golf, in 2013, Rochester became the only U.S. city to host both the PGA Championship (Oak Hill Country Club) and LPGA Championship (Locust Hill CC) in the same year.
Rochester gets more than 89 inches of snow per year, making it one of America’s snowiest cities.
The city is home to two national historic landmarks — the National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House and the George Eastman Museum.
The Strong National Museum of Play, which contains the National Toy Hall of Fame, is the country’s second-largest children’s museum.
Mt. Hope Cemetery is the final resting place of abolitionist Frederick Douglass, a Rochester resident for 25 years.
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