Chester At A Glance
Take a Look at Chester with All My Sons Movers
Like many of Virginia’s cities, Chester’s legacy begins in the 1600s. As the county seat of Chesterfield County, modern Chester has echoes of history in every corner. It was here that America’s first hospital was built, the first lead mines were made, and the first town, Bermuda Hundred, was incorporated. Much has changed since All My Sons Moving & Storage began providing moves to Chester years ago, but Chester still retains a certain historical elegance that the community loves to remember.
As a Richmond moving company, All My Sons Moving & Storage serves the surrounding areas of McLean, Glen Allen, and of course Chester. Our professional movers are very familiar with our neighborhood, and we are thrilled that your family is considering a move to Chester or Richmond. As a designated census place, Chester enjoys the full array of amenities available to all of Chesterfield County’s municipalities. There are over 20,500 residents in Chester, and making friends is easy. There are more than thirty public parks and recreation areas for your use, and Chesterfield County Public Schools will provide your students with a well-rounded education after your move to Chester or Richmond.
As Chester’s community newspaper, The Village News is a weekly publication with a circulation of 10,000. Subscription information and online news is available at www.chesteronline.net. Feel free to browse the moving resources available on the All My Sons Moving & Storage website, or simply ask your friendly Chester and Richmond movers for tips and resources. At All My Sons Moving & Storage, we want to make your move as hassle-free as possible.