Relocation Guide to Vancouver, WA
If you're moving to the Vancouver area, congratulations, you've made a good decision. Vancouver sits on the banks of the Columbia River and offers residents close proximity to Portland, Oregon for those times when the bright lights, big city calls you. In the meantime, enjoy the charm and relative ease ( not a lot of traffic headaches on this side of the river ) of our non-urban lifestyle.
Downtown Vancouver is still undergoing some growing pains, but there are sections filled with boutiques and eateries that are popular with the locals. If vintage homes are your thing, and walkability, there are neighborhoods in the downtown area that might best fit your criteria. Naturally, we have plenty of other Vancouver area neighborhoods filled with an abundance of housing options.
Remember, feel free to give me a call (360-608-4900),or send an email (email@example.com) if you need some guidance. If I don't have an immediate answer, I'll do my best to get it for you.
A few of the basics you'll need to have handy for relocation.
Utilities in Vancouver, Washington
Water and Sewer 360-487-7999
Garbage and Recycling in Vancouver, Washington
Recycling questions? Check here- Recycling from A-Z
Special collection events? Check here - Talking Trash
By the way, if your new home has a lot of trees ( which means, a lot of leaves) here's a handy coupon. " Free Leaf Disposal Coupon"
Electric Providers in Vancouver, Washington
Natural Gas Providers in Vancouver, Washington
More handy stuff to know about relocating to Vancouver, Washington
Fun things to know about life in Vancouver, WA
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Welcome home to Vancouver, and remember, you're not alone - you've got a guide in me.