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There are a variety of reasons why you might need self-storage in Washington, DC.
You might be downsizing your living space or just need a little extra room for your things.
You might be getting married and some of your favorite furniture and items don't fit in your new home.
You might need a place to store merchandise or equipment for your home-based business.
You might need a long term storage solution for all that extra merchandise or equipment for your company.
You might need a place to store a vehicle for a while so a self-storage unit would be the perfect solution.
If for any reason you find you need a self storage unit, we are here to help. Reserve online, visit one of our locations, or give us a call at 1-800-688-8057 to get your storage unit today!
How much is a storage unit in Washington, DC?
The cheapest storage unit in Washington, DC is $73.00 per month.
What size storage units do you have available in Washington, DC?
In Washington, DC we have sizes that range from 3'x5' to 10'x20' to suit your storage needs.
How much is it for a 3'x5' storage unit in Washington, DC?
The cheapest 3'x5' storage unit in Washington, DC is $73.00 per month.
Moving to Washington
While Washington, D.C., is best known as the capital of the United States, it's also home to over 670,000 people. The city was officially founded as the nation's capital on July 16, 1790. In the beginning days of the city, Pierre Charles L'Enfant created a design of long boulevards and open ceremonial spaces that reminded him of his home country of France. African-American and self-taught mathematician Benjamin Banneker then put together the calculations for laying out the city.
Although most of the city burned to the ground during the War of 1812, it was quickly rebuilt and even expanded beyond what L'Enfant had originally planned. Today, it is a cosmopolitan city with an incredibly diverse ethnic population. Foreign delegations from around the world continually bring new residents, restaurants and entertainment to the city.
Washington, DC, is an attractive place to work and live, and the steady gain in population shows that many people agree. In fact, between July 1, 2014, and July 1, 2015, the area added 12,392 residents, meaning just over 1,000 people moved to the city every month.
Since planning a move to a new city is always difficult, we've put together a list of helpful resources about Washington. With the following information, you can learn more about schools, housing, and employment in the city. These tools can ensure you'll be prepared to make your move to Washington, D.C., and enjoy life in the nation's capital.
School District Information
The District of Columbia Public Schools system provides education to more than 47,500 students. The diverse population of the city is reflected in the schools by demographics including African-American, Hispanic, and Caucasian. The district has 60 elementary schools, 11 middle schools, 15 high schools, two adult education schools, two special education schools, and three youth engagement schools.
For those seeking higher education, Washington, is also home to 15 colleges and universities. The city has a variety of public and private universities, colleges, and community colleges that attract people from around the world for programs ranging from continuing education to graduate work.
If you have a dog, you must show proof that your pet has had rabies and distemper shots. You must also renew your dog's license every year. The Animal Services Program issues dog licenses and you can renew them by mail or in-person. See more at: http://doh.dc.gov/dog-licensing
While many people think of government jobs when they picture employment in Washington, D.C., that's not the only sector in the city where you can find work. The following resources can help you find employment:
Our lowest priced units in Washington, DC average $118.75 per month.
367 people have reserved units in Washington, DC in the past 30 days.
There are 4 locations within Washington, DC's city limits.
There are 2 locations in Washington, DC that offer AC and Heating features.
†Subject to change. Offered only on selected units. Subject to availability. This offer applies only to the rental fee. Other restrictions, taxes, and fees, including an administrative fee, apply. See contract for full details.
Public Storage is the leading provider of storage units for your personal, business and vehicle needs with thousands of locations nationwide. We offer a wide variety of units and sizes available with no obligation and no long-term commitment. Call today at 1-800-688-8057 for a free reservation and get your first month for just $1.
†Subject to change. Offered only on selected units. Subject to availability. This offer applies only to the rental fee. Other restrictions, taxes, and fees, including an administrative fee, apply. See contract for full details. Promotions good for new customers only. Not available on transfers or additional spaces. Pricing subject to change. Reservation required to guarantee price. Actual unit sizes may vary from approximate size estimate. Please inspect any unit before renting. Online pricing available only for online reservations and rentals. Not sure about the size you need? Don't worry, online pricing discount will be honored for any rental originating from an online reservation.
†Terms and Conditions - Reservation Deposits: A non-refundable reservation deposit is required for some reservations. This deposit will be applied as a credit to rent after move-in. Reservations are valid only for the reservation period specified. Payment of a reservation deposit guarantees a unit's availability during the reservation period for the price listed at the time the reservation is made. In the event a previously reserved unit or similar unit becomes unavailable, you agree that your only remedy is a refund of the reservation deposit. Otherwise, failure to enter a lease for a Public Storage unit within the reservation period results in forfeiture of the reservation deposit.