Phoenix Moving Resources
Need A Hand? Try These Phoenix Moving Resources
All My Sons Moving & Storage is here to lend a helping hand for all stages of your move to Phoenix, including planning and preparation! Our Phoenix movers hope these moving resources will help make you comfortable in your new community.
The official website of Phoenix, Arizona is a great source for residents, businesses, and families moving to Phoenix. All you need is right at your fingertips.
The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce offers several relocation tools for a nominal fee, including Economic Outlook 2009 and Greater Phoenix Ultimate Guide to Living Here. For more information, contact your Phoenix moving company, All My Sons Moving & Storage.
The Arizona Republic is Arizona’s largest daily newspaper and online news source. The paper reaches a readership of 1.5 million residents in Phoenix and all over the state. For newsstand locations in your area, contact the Phoenix movers or Tucson movers of All My Sons.
The Arizona Department of Education is a great place to gather information on the Phoenix school district (one of thirty) that serves your area. Online enrollment is available for students moving to Phoenix.
This site gives a great overview of what you need to do for your car, license, voter registration and more once you move to Phoenix. It goes over the rules and regulations you need to know for a smooth transition.
Stay up to date with the latest news and events with the Phoenix New Times. It’s a must read for anyone trying to stay up to date with what’s happening in the Valley of the Sun.
Don’t want to drive? Take the Valley Metro! Between the light rail and the bus, there are plenty of ways to get around Phoenix without your car. Save that gas money and take the Valley Metro.
Phoenix has more than 41,000 acres of desert parks and mountain reserves for you to explore. Grab the family and take in some of the over 200 miles of trails, 182 city parks, 32 community centers, 8 golf courses or 29 pools that make up the Parks and Recreation Department.
Are the arts more your speed? Visit the Phoenix Performing Arts Center to experience music, art and dance the way it should be. Season tickets and single show tickets are available and there are shows and experiences to suit the whole family.
Interested in exploring Arizona culture? The Heard Museum is a must on your list of things to do. Visit the Heard Museum and take in their exhibits featuring Native American artwork. From various exhibits to upcoming social events, you’ll find tons to do at this unique art hub.
The Arizona Science Center is great for the whole family. Become a member or buy single tickets to visit their amazing set of exhibits and attractions that your kids will love. With new exhibits coming in all year long, the Science Center is a great way to stay out of the hot sun and learn.
Don’t forget about the great outdoors! Hiking is a huge part of Arizona leisure activities. Check out Deem Hills and more at ArizonaHiking.org for your next adventure!
Looking to enjoy the city? Downtown Phoenix Cityscape is for you. With weekly events in the heart of downtown, restaurants, bars and more, this is the perfect spot for a downtown afternoon!