Moving On: Meeting new People in a new city!

After Two Men and a Truck moved you in your new home, and all your things are unpacked and organized, it’s time to explore your whole new world! We came up with a few ways you get out on the town and get to know your new city, and your neighbors!


  • Check out your City’s local Website

Typically, your city will have a Neighborhood Association & City Services page where everything from civic leagues, to events happening in the neighborhood will be listed! There might also be a listing of tourist attractions and popular food places you can try.


  • Volunteer!
Volunteering at the Strides Against Breast Cancer walk!

Have a passion for pets, kids, or your community? Go to your local coffee shop and see if they have a community board. People often post flyers of events and chances to volunteer!  There should also be local websites that have other opportunities to volunteer.



  • Be Creative

Type out a fun little bio of who you and your pets are and put it in your neighbor’s mail box! Include a little sweet treat, or handmade craft to make it personal! If there is a popular sport, or food your city is known for, it make your treat themed for added fun!

Bailey meeting new friends at the Strawberry Festival!
  • Be active

Take walks around your neighborhood! You’ll probably run into a neighbor doing lawn work, or walking their dog, that’d be a great way to introduce yourself and get to know the neighborhood pets!




Moving to a new town can be hard. Not knowing where things are located, not knowing the best routes to work, and not knowing any people can all be challenges to relocating to a new town-but that’s also part of the fun! Getting out of your comfort zone and trying new things will help make you new memories and even some new friends!

Check out our pinterest page for more ideas!



Author: Two Men and a Truck Virginia Beach

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Virginia Beach proudly serves the southern Hampton Roads area with professional home and business moving services. We first opened our doors in September 2013 with three trucks and a small office staff. Since then we have grown to now utilizing six trucks to serve our friends and neighbors in the greater Virginia Beach area

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