There are few symbols as iconically American as Route 66. Stretching from Los Angeles to Chicago, it was the first road to cut across the country as cars became more common and reliable, and Americans began traveling faster and farther than ever before.
One of the small towns that Route 66 cut through on its way toward the West Coast was Edmond, Oklahoma. Though the historic highway was officially decommissioned in the 1980s, it still stands as the ultimate symbol of Americana, and the towns that were established because of it remain. One such town is Edmond, Oklahoma – the Crown Jewel of the state.
Whether you’re a homeowner, college student at nearby University of Central Oklahoma or Oklahoma Christian University, or run a small business, it’s likely you’re in need of a little extra space. SecurCare Self Storage has two convenient locations in Edmond – at 168 East 33rd Street 73013 and 600 Northwest 178th Street 73012 – so you can store anything from a few spare boxes of office supplies to a car.
If you’re in need of an outdoor drive-up unit or a climate controlled indoor storage unit, you can find what you’re looking for at one of SecurCare Self Storage’s Edmond locations. Both storage facilities offer secure storage units that are fully fenced and monitored by security cameras, so you have peace of mind knowing your belongings are taken care of. Because SecurCare Self Storage offers access to the storage units seven days per week, you can access your items when you need to.
Students who need to store their belongings while they are away on summer break, retirees who need a little extra room in their homes and everyone in between will find the storage solutions they are looking for with SecurCare. Call today, and talk to one of our friendly facility managers!