Relocating to Selma, AL? Our mover’s guide can help you get acquainted with the surrounding neighborhoods and the area’s role in the country’s history. There is lots to explore, so get started today! Selma Self Storage is here to help you get to know the area, as well as settle in with nearby self storage and more! Check out the exciting things to do in the area.
Median Home Value: $87,300
Selma, AL, captured the attention of the nation during the Civil Rights Movement. It is most well-remembered for the Selma to Montgomery marches that started on “Bloody Sunday” in Selma and ended with 25,000 people marching to State Capitol Building in Montgomery, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “How Long, Not Long” speech. The hub of many fights for equal rights our community has many historical locations to tour and learn about our country’s history. History buffs will enjoy Brown Chapel AME Church or walking the Edmund Pettus Bridge, where so many started their fight to freedom. Looking to the future, we honor our history by keeping the houses and museums in remembrance.
Located right next door to the George Corley Wallace State Community College Selma is Selma Self Storage. Our convenient drive up storage units and outdoor parking spaces make storing your belongings easy. We can help students store their dorm items as well as handle residential and commercial storage loads. Talk with out storage experts today to see how we can help you! Our self storage facility conveniently serves Selma, AL, and neighbors in Valley Grande or Selmont-West Selmont.
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