Storage Outlet Self Storage Pomona, CA (91766)

150 County Road Pomona, CA 91766

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Features - Involving RV/Boat Storage

  • State of the Art Facility
  • 24 Hour Digital Cameras
  • Individually Alarmed Units
  • Open 7 Days a Week
  • Commercial Deliveries Accepted
  • Business & Personal Storage
  • Variety of Sizes to Meet Your Needs
  • Month to Month Rentals
  • We Sell Boxes, Locks & Moving Supplies
  • On Site Manager

Driving Directions

From 60E Exit 60E at Garey Ave Left on Garey Ave Right on CountyRd From 60W Exit 60W at Garey Ave Right on Garey Ave Right on County Rd From 71N Exit 71N at Garey Ave Straight on Garey Ave Right on County Rd From 71S Exit 71S at Rio Rancho Rd Left on Rio Rancho Rd Right on Garey Ave Left on County Rd

About Us

When you need self storage in Pomona or Chino, you want to know that your belongings are secure and protected. At Storage Outlet in Pomona, California, we don't just want to meet those expectations, we want to exceed them! Our secure storage facility is located on County Road at Garey Ave at the intersection of the 60 and 71 Freeways, across the street from In-N-Out Burger. We offer a variety of unit sizes to accommodate whatever you need to store - from household goods to business records. For your convenience and peace of mind, we offer all ground floor storage units, individually alarmed storage units, access 7 days a week and son site managers. So, if you are looking for self storage for business or personal use in Pomona, Storage Outlet is the answer.

Serving the Pomona area including Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, Ontario, Montclair and nearby communities of the Inland Empire.

City Information:
Named in honor of the Roman goddess of fruit, the City of Pomona has a history as rich as its fertile soil. The Pomona area was situated along a trade route used by Native Americans. The first recorded inhabitants were the Gabrieleno Native Americans. The valley became known in the 1700's as Rancho San Jose. A year later it became part of the Mission San Gabriel Grazing lands. Over fifty years later, two soldiers, Don Ingacio Palomares and Don Ricardo Vejar petitioned the governor and on April, 1837 were granted rights to the land.

In the early 1800s, Pomona was known as an "urban garden". Pomona quickly became an economic leader in citrus. In the 1870s, the coming of the railroad spurred agriculture. Pomona's role in the expanding industry influenced the citrus community to name "Pomona" after the Roman goddess of fruit and fruit trees. The name proved prophetic and vineyards flourished in the 1880's, supplying the winemaking and raisin industries. Citrus orchards and olive groves replaced vineyards in the 1890's and, through its agricultural enterprises Pomona maintained an economic lead in the valley.

On January 6,1888, Pomona was incorporated as a City and became a charter City in 1911. Today, Pomona is the fifth-largest city in Los Angeles County, with a population of over 163,000 residents. Pomona boasts a progressive economy, business opportunity, and a strong workforce with attractive shopping, recreational, and real estate offering. The Pomona Valley had been a fruitful valley in the past and is now fruitful from the strength and efforts of its people. With a vision to promote harmonious diversity and economic prosperity, Pomona is vibrant community with progressive citizens leading, testing the limits of progress, and striving to provide a high quality of life for all of Pomona.

Packing and Storage Tips:
Lets Start With The Ten Commandments of Self Storage
1-Use boxes that are the same in size - they will stack up much easier and utilize the space you have much better.
2-As you stack, place heavy boxes on the bottom and lighter on the top. Seems logical but we have seen many a crumbled box.
3-Make sure that you leave walkways between boxes so you can have ready access.
4-Half full boxes tend to collapse easier during stacking.
5-Leave a little space between your unit walls and boxes - helps air circulate
6-Storing a refrigerator or washer/dryer? Leave doors slightly ajar this can help prevent mold from growing.
7-NO flammables or combustibles allowed in any of the storage units.
8-Photo or Video document your stored items thoroughly.
9-Label your boxes for quick identification.
10-Bubble wrap and newspaper fragile items.

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