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1 - 15 of 87 storage facilities near Vancouver, WA
Shield Storage - 2601 Scott Avenue - 2601 West Scott Avenue
Shield Storage - 2601 Scott AvenueVancouver WA 986600.8 miles away
SecureSpace Self Storage NE Portland - 3737 Northeast Columbia Boulevard
Extra Space Storage - 7758 - Vancouver - NE 94th St - 500 Northeast 94th Street
Life Storage - 3887 - Vancouver - 76th St - 9606 Northeast 76th Street
Iron Gate Storage - Downtown - 1200 West Fourth Plain Boulevard
Extra Space Storage - 0285 - Vancouver - N.E. 78th St - 8016 Northeast 78th Street
Public Storage - Vancouver - 9901 SE Mill Plain Blvd - 9901 SE Mill Plain Blvd
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Mini-Guide for Moving to Vancouver WA

Vancouver is the county seat of Clark County and part of the Portland metropolitan area, along with other major cities like Hillsboro, Gresham, and Beaverton. Since it lies right north of Portland, on the border between Washington and Oregon, it is often referred to as a Portland suburb. However, its population of almost 200,000 is not neglectable and places it as the fourth-biggest city in Washington state after Seattle, Spokane, and Takoma.

Its public schools are above average and many families and young professionals choose it for the perfect mix of urban and suburban vibes. If you too are considering relocating to Vancouver, read on to find out key information about its business opportunities and main neighborhoods.

Vancouver Supports Small Businesses

The City of Vancouver is mainly focused on economic development in the Heights District and the Waterfront Gateway. However, anyone looking to relocate a business in Vancouver, start one from scratch, or expand an existing local business can benefit from their Business Assistance Program, which includes among others:

  • A step-by-step guide for opening a restaurant.
  • Online tools for streamlined licensing and permitting.
  • Pre-lease meetings with staff from relevant city departments.
  • A guide for mobile food vending with the required permits and additional notes.
  • Export assistance for manufacturing companies based in Washington.

If relocating a business in Vancouver, take into account all your storage needs and check the available units on SpareFoot. You will find extra storage space handy not only for safely keeping your loads of documents but also for temporary furniture storage until your new commercial space is renovated and ready for use.

Storage units in Vancouver WA and Portland OR come in different sizes, are usually climate-controlled, a feature you should always be looking for when renting storage spaces, and don't need you to pay anything until moving in.

So Many Great Neighborhood Choices

As the median rent is slightly higher than the national average, the City of Vancouver offers rental assistance and housing rehabilitation loans to low-income residents in an attempt to promote safe and affordable housing for all. Housing programs aside, Vancouver has some expensive options in its top-rated neighborhoods, but the amenities and atmosphere are well worth it.

Fisher's Landing

This easternmost part of Vancouver can be further divided into Fisher's Creek, Bennington, and Fisher's Landing East. All subdivisions are equally well-rated by their residents, with great public schools and plenty of job opportunities and outdoor activities, with the downside of a higher cost of living.

Columbia River

The strip along the Columbia River is divided, from east to west, into East Old Evergreen Highway, Old Evergreen Highway, Riverview, and Columbia Way. Also from east to west, there is a noticeable decrease in ownership in favor of renting, with the sparse suburban East Old Evergreen Highway close to an incredible 94 percent ownership, and urban Columbia Way almost equal rental and ownership percentages.

Cascade Park

Many retirees prefer the eastern part of this area, notably Cascade Highlands, Cascade Southeast, and Fairway 164, whereas the western part, Mountain View, Bella Vista, and Wildwood, is more tempting for young professionals.

Southcliff and DuBois Park

Both neighborhoods are small, quite central, and filled with bars, restaurants, and coffee shops. While Southcliff boasts single-family homes and a 3-acre neighborhood park with picnic tables and a playground, adjacent DuBois Park has a mix of families and seniors and its slightly larger park also hosts a small basketball court.

How much do storage units cost in Vancouver?

The biggest factor when it comes to the cost of storage units inVancouveris unit size. Larger storage units. like 10x10 and bigger, will generally cost more than smaller storage units, which range from 5x5 to 5x10 in size. Other factors that can increase self-storage prices include the storage unit amenities and special features. Self-storage facilities in Vancouver that offer additional amenities like indoor climate control, 24-hour storage access, extra security features, and added conveniences like first floor storage options and elevators tend to be more expensive than storage facilities that offer basic services.

No matter what your storage needs are, you can easily find a cheap storage unit in Vancouver. Compare the available facilities on SpareFoot and filter by preferred storage amenities and features.

Average Monthly Price of Self Storage in Vancouver

Based on 400 storage units in Vancouver over the past 180 days.


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Average prices last updated on 06-01-2024.
Average price of storage units by size

Find online move-in rates and specials like first month half off and first month FREE at select Vancouver, Washington storage facilities. Below are the average monthly storage unit prices in Vancouver, Washington for the most common storage unit sizes.

Unit SizeAverage PriceLowest Price
5 x 5$33.23$12.00
5 x 10$46.88$20.00
10 x 10$79.15$47.00
10 x 15$121.26$60.00
10 x 20$152.72$85.00

The overall average price of a self-storage unit booked in Vancouver, Washington over the past 180 days is $62.04.

Data for the cheapest self-storage unit is updated every 15 minutes.

Frequently asked questions

What different types of storage units are there?

The types of storage units largely depend on the facility, but common types include personal units, business storage units, student storage units, military storage, and even wine storage units.

How many boxes can fit in a 10 x 10 storage unit?

Assuming you aren't storing any furniture, a 10 x 10 storage unit can store about 100 standard-sized boxes. If you still need help determining which storage unit size is best for you, check out our storage unit size guide for recommendations.

What security features should I expect in a 10 x 30 storage unit?

There are several security features you should expect in a 10 x 30 storage unit, including 24/7 video surveillance, individual unit alarms, gated access, and onsite management.

Where can I find the most affordable storage units in my local area?

You can find the most affordable storage units in your local area by entering your zip code in the search bar above. Our site allows you to compare prices on storage units in Vancouver, where the average price for a unit is $62.04.

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