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Moving is always stressful. Happy to say we exist to make it stress-free and fun. Every city, including Santa Cruz has its obstacles to manage but we have taken all the challenges out of those obstacles by respecting all city codes and enforcements. Knowing the right times to start a move in Santa Cruz, where local residents get the respect they deserve. Cleaning up after ourselves after loading and unloading. Respecting all apartment buildings in each city serviced, by working with management and showing courtesy to other residents locally. Simple tactics makes it so much more fun and easy in completing one move after another, perfectly, in the right way. We exist in making moving more professional, enjoyable and pleasant in Santa Cruz!!!
Some useful information about Santa Cruz California - wikipedia
Santa Cruz is the county seat and largest city of Santa Cruz County, in Northern California. As of the 2020 census, the city population was 62,956. Situated on the northern edge of Monterey Bay, Santa Cruz is a popular tourist destination, owing to its beaches, surf culture, and historic landmarks.
Santa Cruz was founded by the Spanish in 1791, when Fermn de Lasun established Mission Santa Cruz. Soon after, a settlement grew up near the mission called Branciforte, which came to be known across Alta California for its lawlessness. With the Mexican secularization of the Californian missions in 1833, the former mission was divided and granted as rancho grants. Following the American Conquest of California, Santa Cruz eventually incorporated as a city in 1866. The creation of the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk in 1907 solidified the city's status as a seaside resort community, while the establishment of the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1965 led to Santa Cruz's emergence as a college town.
Indigenous people have been living in the Santa Cruz region for at least 12,000 years. Prior to the arrival of Spanish soldiers, missionaries and colonists in the late 18th century, the area was home to the Awaswas nation of Ohlone people, who lived in a territory stretching slightly north of Davenport to Rio Del Mar. The Awaswas tribe was made up of no more than one thousand people and their language is now extinct. The only remnants of their spoken language are three local place names: Aptos, Soquel and Zayante; and the name of a native shellfish abalone. At the time of colonization, the Indigenous people belonged to the Uypi tribe of the Awaswas-speaking dialectical group. They called the area Aulinta.
Santa Cruz, California
|City of Santa Cruz|
Clockwise: View of Santa Cruz from the Plaza de California; Mission Santa Cruz; Downtown Santa Cruz; Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk; the historic post office; Santa Cruz coastline.
|Location in Santa Cruz County and the state of California|
Location within Northern California
Location within California
|Coordinates: 122135W / 36.97194N 122.02639WCoordinates: 122135W / 36.97194N 122.02639W|
|Mission||September 25, 1791|
|Incorporated||March 31, 1866|
|State senator||John Laird|
|United States representatives||Anna Eshoo " title="Democratic Party (United States)">D) and Jimmy Panetta " title="Democratic Party (United States)">D)|
|Water||3.09sqmi (8.00km) 19.51%|
|GNIS feature IDs||1659596, 2411820|
Mission St, Santa Cruz, California 95060