- Locate your local post office, police, fire stations and hospitals as well as gas stations near your home.
- Get familiar with your neighborhood shopping areas. You may need house wares, tools or other items for your new home unexpectedly.
- Call the department of sanitation in your new home to find out which day the trash is collected and what type of recycling programs are available in your community.
- Get new service providers such as a bank, pharmacist, cleaner, cable television etc.
- Contact your local DMV if you moved to a different state to exchange your driver’s license.
- Provide your new doctor and dentist with your medical history.
- Transfer insurance policies to your new agent. You may also wish to make a detailed list of your belongings, their value, and you coverage.
- Get information on schools, libraries, community activities and emergency calling service from your local Chamber of Commerce.
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