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Whether you are self-relocating, moving your employees or moving your family, we are the household movers California residents choose to coordinate and execute the most stress-free, simple moves – anywhere in the world.

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From packing materials and instructions to labeling furniture and moving filing cabinets, storage cabinets, etc, Roseville Van & Storage covers every aspect of your office move for you.

International Moving

The services we offer, and the experience we have, make Roseville Van & Storage the Sacramento international moving company to choose when you need a careful, simple and headache free move overseas.

Senior Moving Services

Our experienced staff has worked in senior services for more than 30 years, from home care, downsize move to interior design. We meet the needs of our clients and their families above and beyond moving.

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Our storage facilities are fully-secured for the utmost protection of your goods. Each facility comes equipped with fire and theft protection systems, camera surveillance and 24-hour security.

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Moving California Since 1957

Since no two moves are the same, we treat your move as the only one. As a North American Van Lines agent, we have the resources to get you where you’re going, and fast.

What Our Customers Are Saying

BarbaraEskaton Senior Communities

Roseville Van is the best! They meet the needs of each of our seniors each time we call on them. The men are trained to be efficient, professional and they work extremely hard to please our mutual customers.

Steve & KayRoseville, Ca

I wanted to commend your crew! They were very efficient, courteous individuals and they did an outstanding job! Roseville Van & Storage is very fortunate to have these guys as employees.

Rood & DaxSacramento, CA

Thank you for your time and hard work, Mike and Josh did a great job! We are very happy!

FranCarmichael, CA

Excellent, Excellent, Excellent, Thank you so much, what a great Staff!

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From Our Moving Blog:

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The Sacramento Zoo Is Set To Get A Facelift

The entrance to Sacramento Zoo is one of the most iconic sights in the state, and has been in place since 1961. These distinctively-shaped awnings at the entrance to the zoo are called hyperbolic paraboloids, and give the zoo’s entrance its unique look and feel. The smaller buildings are the entry and exit points of the zoo, while the larger structure was the site of the Discovery Room, which has since been converted into an air conditioned space for younger children to cool down in when visiting the zoo during the warm summer months.

Unfortunately due to issues with dry rot, and the potential for structural problems based on that, the entrance to the Sacramento Zoo now requires a complete overhaul. While every effort is being made to preserve the original look and feel of the entrance, it may be necessary for the buildings to be torn down and replaced for health and safety reasons.

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The State Fair in Sacramento Always Delivers Incredible Eats

If the smell of freshly cut grass, backyard BBQ and the blazing, fiery ball in the sky overhead hasn’t been enough to convince you that summer is here, well maybe the California State Fair can. Even the world’s greatest curmudgeon can’t resist a State Fair, and the proof of that is the CSF is now celebrating its 163rd year of bringing fun, food and entertainment to residents of Sacramento. The 2016 fair looks set to attract around 600,000 visitors, part of the annual increase in visitors it’s been enjoying now for the last few decades.

Now, when you think about the fair you’re automatically thinking cotton candy, corn dogs, and all sorts of beverages. Sure, there’s lots of amazing stuff to enjoy at the fair, but from July 8th to July 24th we’re pretty sure you’re going to be thinking with your stomach first, and your head second.

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What’s Happening This Summer In Sacramento

It probably won’t surprise you to hear that there’s a whole lot of exciting events coming your way in Sacramento this summer. If it does surprise you to hear that, well then buckle yourself in and allow us to whet your appetites with entertainment for you, your family and friends to enjoy this summer.

French Film Festival

International movie buffs should prepare themselves for two weekends of cultural fun at the Crest Theatre on June 17-19 and June 24-26. Don’t panic if you’re not a fluent francophone – every single one of these movies has English subtitles, allowing you to enjoy the movie and not focus on trying to translate the dialogue.

The Sacramento French Film Festival is now entering its 15th year and will showcase a wide range of new French movies while reintroducing some of the French classics you may have heard about. This year’s festival is slightly different in that the headline movie – Fatima by Philippe Faucon – is showing before the opening reception.

Individual tickets for movies cost from $12, but you can get a weekend pass for as little as $37. A whole weekend of movies for less than $40? What are you waiting for?

Kids & Teens Summer Cooking Camp

Want a break from your kids June 20-24 and have them learn some important life skills? The Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op Summer Cooking Camp is exactly what you tired parents are looking for. This summer school can help your kids transition more smoothly from regular school hours to their summer vacation while also teaching them something new and fun.

By the time your kids complete this course they’ll not only be able to follow a recipe and use basic kitchen math, but they’ll also have the skills needed to put together dishes like crepes, Caesar salad, vegetable spring rolls, calabacitas and gelato. This camp is suitable for children from 9 – 14 years of age, and the entire course costs just $300 per child.

California State Fair

The first California State Fair took place in 1854 and is still going strong well over 150 years later. The reason why this state fair has remained so popular is simply because it offers so much entertainment for so little money. There are all the usual fairground rides, the 2016 CA Brewfest, horse racing and horse-related events, a classic car show, competitions, cute animals, amazing food from seventy different vendors, and lots and lots of live music. Examples of some of the headline acts performing at CSF this year include Creedence Clearwater Revival, Dwight Yoakam, Plain White T’s, Styx and The Pointer Sisters.

The California State Fair takes place July 8-24, so you have 17 days of fun to look forward to. Daily tickets cost just $10, but you can also get yourself a season pass for as little as $29. The CSF is open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Need more info? Visit the California State Fair homepage.

Sacramento Shakespeare Festival

If you’re a creature of culture then you’ll love this exploration of the works of the Bard himself. This particular festival has been entertaining the people of Sacramento since the 1980s, but gained its official title of the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival in 1985.

Fans of live theatre can look forward to performances of “Love’s Labor Lost” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” the entire month of July at the William A. Carroll Amphitheatre on Land Park Drive. Tickets start at just $15, but group rates are also available if you plan on attending with your friends. Don’t worry – these aren’t starchy performances of Shakespearean classics. They’re enjoyable for people from all walks of life.

Suzuki International Piano Concert

This is a concert unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Instead of a lone pianist entertaining the audience, you get to experience 10 world-class pianists performing the same piece of music on grand pianos. It’s not just musicians from the United States performing – there are students and teachers traveling to Sacramento from across the globe to take part. Tickets cost just $20 each, and the event itself takes place in the Sacramento Community Center Theater. This is one event you definitely can’t afford to miss.

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