La Jolla

Full-Service La Jolla Movers

Move Central is one of the best La Jolla moving companies because of our superior service and attention to detail. We don’t just hire anybody. Our team is made up of individuals who have passed a rigorous application process ensuring that your La Jolla move will receive the very best care.

La Jolla Moving and Storage Services

At Move Central, we are proud to be the moving company La Jolla residents trust. Moving can be a stressful process, but our team is ready to handle moving jobs of any size. Do you need a team of professionals to help your company move to La Jolla? Move Central regularly handles corporate moves as well as residential. Are you looking for La Jolla piano movers to help you get that new baby grand home? We can do that too.

When you hire Move Central, our team is dedicated to making sure your move goes smoothly from beginning to end. Our La Jolla moving services include packing and unpacking, uninstalling and reinstalling your appliances, and secured storage for the items you can’t quite fit in your new space yet. And you will always know the location of your belongings thanks to our truck tracking service and commitment to communication.

When you are ready to hire the best local movers La Jolla has to offer, fill out our detailed estimate form or give us a call at 858-215-3094 for an in home estimate.

Weather for La Jolla
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Demographic Info for La Jolla
43.3 years
Median Age
Median Home Value
Median Household Income
22.4 minutes
Average Commute
2.28 people
Average Household Size
Schools in La Jolla
Private School
2390 Nautilus St
La Jolla, CA 92037
Private School
8660 Gilman Dr
La Jolla, CA 92037
Elementary School
5371 La Jolla Hermosa Ave.
La Jolla, CA 92037
Rank: 218 of 5692
Private School
9490 Genesee Ave
La Jolla, CA 92037
Elementary School
1111 Marine St.
La Jolla, CA 92037
Rank: 3 of 5692
High School
750 Nautilus St.
La Jolla, CA 92037
Rank: 311 of 2021
Places to Eat in La Jolla
Truluck's Seafood, Steak and Crab House
8990 University Center Ln
San Diego, CA 92122
2182 Avenida De La Playa
La Jolla, CA 92037
The Cottage
7702 Fay Ave
La Jolla, CA 92037
Shorehouse Kitchen
2236 Avenida De La Playa
La Jolla, CA 92037
Eddie V's Prime Seafood and Steaks
1270 Prospect St
La Jolla, CA 92037
The Taco Stand
621 Pearl St
La Jolla, CA 92037
Things to Do in La Jolla

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La Jolla


15,000 moves and counting! Relax while our professionally trained and background checked crews move you to your new home.


Moving long distance? We are licensed and insured and we got you covered. Let us reduce your stress with our consistent high quality.


Relocating your office? Trust your move to our award winning, dependable and efficient crews.


In between homes or just need more space? Store with us short or long term in our clean, secure and modern warehouse.


Small amount or entire home need packing? We can do that as well! Let our trained packing crews save you time and reduce stress.


We sell a full assortment of packing supplies to save you money if you want to pack yourself.

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Resources for Moving to La Jolla

Welcome to La Jolla, the seaside community known for its beauty and upscale lifestyle. With its beautiful beaches, arts and culture, and abundance of locally owned shops and restaurants, living in La Jolla makes everyday feel like a getaway. Every morning when you wake up in La Jolla, there is so much to do right out your front door. Get outside and play with an early morning hike through Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve and then take a trip to Black’s Beach to relax in the waves.

La Jolla takes pride in supporting its thriving arts and culture community.The La Jolla Playhouse has premiered 25 shows that have gone on to Broadway including Jersey Boys. The Playhouse also boasts 35 Tony Awards and regularly sells out. The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego- La Jolla is home to 4,700 pieces of contemporary art, focusing on works created from 1950 to the present. The La Jolla Symphony and Chorus has been a staple in the community since 1950 and hosts events throughout the year.

La Jolla is a foodie paradise. You can find delicious burgers, Mexican, French cuisine, healthy fare, and of course fresh local seafood. The variety of high quality, locally owned eateries mean residents can enjoy something different every night. And budding chefs love being able to take cooking classes at the La Jolla Sur la Table.

La Jolla has the advantage of having a small seaside town feel and being 20 minutes from the heart of San Diego, the birthplace of California. San Diego is a city that has a little something for everyone. History, theme parks, and shopping: you will find it all in San Diego.

For many people, when they think San Diego, they think Balboa Park. Founded in the early 19th century, Balboa Park is one of the oldest public parks in the country. But it is not just a run-of-the-mill park with a swing-set and walking path. Balboa Park spans 1,200 acres and includes 15 museums, 65 miles of trails, and the San Diego Zoo.

If you are in the mood for an amusemnet park, San Diego is home to LegoLand California and Sea World San Diego, but if you are looking for old fashioned amusement, Belmont Park is waiting by the sea. Walking into Belmont Park is like walking back in time. All of the original rides and attractions from 1925 are still in place.

La Jolla is that rare jewel of a town that offers beauty, lifestyle, and adventure. If you’ve made the decision to move to beautiful La Jolla, then it is time to get acquainted with your new home. We put together a list of resources that will help you explore and settle in.

La Jolla – Get all the information you need on local businesses, events calendars, and more.

San Diego – Welcome to San Diego. Now that you are living in La Jolla, you are also a citizen of this beautiful city.

La Jolla Real Estate – If you haven’t already, find the perfect home in the community of La Jolla.

La Jolla Weather – Spoiler alert, it is always gorgeous.

San Diego Unified School District – Our youngest La Jolla residents get to take advantage of the fantastic San Diego schools.

Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve – Get out and get back to nature.

The Best Beaches in La Jolla – Whether you are a surfer, a hiker, or want something to keep the kids happy, this guide will direct you to the perfect La Jolla beach for you.

La Jolla Playhouse – This Tony-Award winning playhouse has premiered 25 shows that have gone on to Broadway. Preview the season and get your tickets before they sell out.

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego – The MCASD La Jolla closed in 2017 to undergo a renovation that will quadruple the gallery space. This newly renovated museum can’t be missed.

La Jolla Symphony and Chorus – This performance ensemble has been enriching La Jolla for over 60 years.

La Jolla Restaurants – There is no shortage of delicious, locally owned eateries in La Jolla.

Balboa Park – This 1,200 acre urban cultural park is perfect for exploring.

San Diego Zoo – Located within Balboa Park, The San Diego Zoo is home to 3,700 animals.

Legoland California – Take a ride on the Coastersaurus or go on a Lego-themed deep sea adventure at the theme park based on everyone’s favorite building toys.

SeaWorld – With its mix of up-close animal encounters and exciting rides, SeaWorld is a delight for all ages.

Belmont Park – Belmont Park is an old-fashioned seaside amusement park featuring all of the classic carnival attractions and a roller coaster that was built in 1925.