California is a state that lies on the western coast of the United States and has become one of the biggest areas in the US. Per the World Population Review, California is now the most populated state in the United States, and its number is only growing.

The state is also home to many of the world’s most powerful corporations, notably Apple, Alphabet, Netflix, Salesforce, as well as Wells Fargo.

California is also quite diversified, with a large number of multilingual speakers. Non-English languages spoken by 44 percent of Californians include Spanish, Chinese, and Tagalog.

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The well-known “Typical American village” Springfield portrayed in the Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporations’ “The Simpsons”, is a city located in the Willamette Valley’s southernmost region.

Sitting just east of Eugene, Springfield is famous for being Eugene’s sister city. Turns out, Springfield and Eugene may have a conflicting claim to be the origin of Nike. Because the groundbreaking waffle sole was most likely invented in a Booth-Kelly timber mill workshop.

The city has a population of 62,077, making it the second-most populated city in the metropolitan region after Eugene. Springfield has witnessed an annual increase of 0.7% in the population.

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Are you thinking about relocating to Arizona? Did you know that in 1975, Arizona helped to transform the fast-food sector? This is when the Sierra Vista McDonald’s launched the industry’s first drive-through booth.

Ever heard of The four Corner States? Arizona is one of four that convene in a single location. The Four Corners states have been the only four that perch this boundary.

Known as the Grand Canyon state, Arizona is home to 22 national parks and landmarks that draw millions of visitors from across the world. The state is well-known for its beautiful sunsets as well as its breathtaking scenery.

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Thinking of moving to Oregon? That’s a great choice. Did you know that Oregon is one of the only five states in America that offers no sales tax? This means that the number you see on the price tag is what you pay.

We could probably end the list there but there are so many things that this beautiful state has to offer. If you are thinking of moving to Oregon, then this blog post is for you. Read on to get a gist of what it’s like living in the largest cities in Oregon.

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Located about an hour south of Portland, Newberg has emerged as one of the great small towns in Oregon’s Willamette Valley wine country. The Newberg community has been given the slogan “A Great Place to Grow.”

The total population of Newberg is 23,886 people making it the 1,602nd biggest city in the country. Over the last five years, Newberg has witnessed the number of new immigrants increasing slowly but steadily.

Many of the greatest wineries and vineyards in the country can be found near Newberg, Oregon. Among them are Domaine Serene, Stoller, and Lady Hill. People from all over the world travel to Newberg just for the wine.

If you’re considering relocating to Newberg, Oregon, check out our moving guide here: https://www.pacwestmoving.com/blog/moving-to-and-living-in-newberg-oregon

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If your family has the desire to move to Portland, Oregon, but you prefer the peacefulness of the suburbs over the grit of the city, then Happy Valley is worth considering.

With plenty of things to do, places to eat, and sights to behold, Happy Valley is one of the Portland Metro area’s best-kept secrets. Happy Valley offers a quieter lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but close enough to join in when you want.

People are drawn to Happy Valley because of its charm, proximity to big-brand shopping, and proximity to the culture of Portland.

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Known as the Evergreen State, it spans over 71,362 square miles and is the only state named after a president. It also produces the most apples of any state in the union.

Washington is positioned on the Ring of Fire along the Pacific Ocean known for its active volcanoes and earthquakes. It is the most-glaciated state in the US with more than 3,000 glaciers and is home to Mount Rainier at more than 14,410 feet tall.

Over seven and a half million people currently live in Washington State. In this article, we breakdown the five largest cities in the state of Washington by population. We discuss points of interest for each city and share out thoughts on what makes each location unique.

Read the full article here: https://www.pacwestmoving.com/blog/movers-guide-for-the-largest-cities-in-washington

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