Moving Companies in Portland, OR

How to Move from Portland

Portland is unquestionably a unique Oregon city. Its diverse population and culture helped inspire the slogan, “Keep Portland Weird.” Whether you’re into arts and culture, outdoors, spectator sports, history, or quiet afternoons with the family, Portland has something for you! But while living in Portland has been great, if you need to move for new opportunities, U-Pack can help!

We have a vast coverage area, which means we can complete moves to almost anywhere in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. And, our transit times average just 2-5 business days, so you don’t have to wait long for your belongings to be delivered.

To check rates for your move, get a free moving quote online or call us at 844-362-5303844-594-3077.

Fun Facts About Portland

Portland is a food Mecca

Along with all the great brick-and-mortar dining establishments to choose from, Portland is also home to more than 500 food carts. Whether you’re craving seafood, pizza, tacos, barbecue, vegan options, or even something more off the beaten path, Portland has a food option to whet your appetite!

There is an extinct volcano within the city limits

Mount Tabor is an extinct volcano that stands at 636 feet. It’s a popular destination for tourists and residents alike, and it’s one of the prettiest places in the city.

It’s home to the world’s smallest park

Would you believe that there’s a park in Portland that’s no bigger than 2 feet around? It’s true! Mill Ends Park is a tiny urban park located in downtown Portland in a median strip along SW Naito Parkway. It was created in 1948 as a 452-square-inch plot initially intended to be the site of a light pole — but the pole never arrived in the city. In its place, weeds began sprouting in the hole, and the area became unsightly. It was then that a columnist from The Oregon Journal named Dick Fagan planted some flowers in the spot and called it Mill Ends, a reference to the remains of lumber. From there, the city began maintaining the property, and in 1971, the Guinness Book of Records named it the smallest park in the world, a distinction it holds to this day.

Powell’s City of Books is the world’s largest indie bookstore

Speaking of records, Powell’s City of Books — informally known as Powell’s Books — is the largest independent bookstore in the world. It features a variety of new, used, rare, and out-of-print titles.

U-Pack Portland

3333 Nw 35Th Ave
Portland OR, 97210

(503) 228-2361

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