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Storage Rentals of America – Salyersville
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About Our Location
Salyersville, KY Storage Units
We’re conveniently located just off US Route 460, within a short drive from downtown Salyersville. Our location on E Mountain Parkway is just east of Magoffin County High School, making it easy for anyone in the community to access our services. When you visit our facility, you’ll notice that our friendly staff of storage professionals will gladly assist you with your storage needs. Come by and learn more about our amenities!
Our customer service team can help you find storage no matter your needs. All of our storage locations have plenty of storage options, from mini storage units that are 5×5 to larger 10×30 storage units.
- Drive-Up Storage Units
- Ground Floor Units
- Dollies and Carts Available
- Moving Boxes for Sale
- Locks Available for Purchase
- Electronic Gate Access
- Drive-Up Access
- Well Lit Facility
- Manager on Site
- Fully Fenced Facility
- Video Surveillance
- Pay Online (Auto Pay Available)
- Month-to-Month Leases
- Tenant Insurance Available
- No Deposit Required
- Deliveries Accepted
Frequently Asked Storage Questions
Why Would I Need Self-Storage in Salyersville, KY?
There are a variety of reasons why you might need self-storage in Salyersville, KY.
- Downsizing your living space or maybe you just need a little extra room for your things.
- Getting married soon? Some of your favorite furniture and items don’t fit in your new home.
- Run a home-based business? You may need a place to store merchandise or equipment.
- Looking for a long term storage solution for your company? Self-storage is a great solution for all of your extra merchandise.
How Do I Prepare My Vehicle for Storage?
While we recommend that you check your manufacturer’s instructions we put together some quick vehicle preparation guides. We want to make sure your vehicle runs as smooth as it did when you first put it into storage.
- Car Storage
- RV Storage
- Boat & Trailer Storage
- Motorcycle Storage
- ATV Storage
- Jet Ski Storage
- Snowmobile Storage
Do I Need to Call Ahead to Tour Storage Units?
While you do not need to call ahead, we recommend calling so we can better assist your storage needs when you arrive. Our team is eager to help!
Can I Rent a Storage Unit in Person or on the Telephone?
We make renting your unit online as simple as possible, however, we would be happy to reserve your storage unit over the phone.
Does Storage Rentals of America Provide Locks?
You can purchase a brand new, sealed lock at any of our storage facilities. No one else will have a key so you can have peace of mind that your unit is secure.
Does your Storage Facility Have Handcarts or Dollies that I Can Use?
Many of our locations have handcarts or dollies to assist you when loading or un-loading your belongings. Call us to confirm availability.
How Long Can I Rent a Storage Unit?
We want to make the rental process as easy as possible. That’s why we offer month to month leases with no long-term commitments.
Can I Buy Boxes and Other Moving & Packing Supplies?
Many of our offices have moving and packing supplies available for purchase. Call us to confirm availability.
Moving and storage go hand in hand. Whether you’re traveling across town or across the country, moving is an exciting and fresh start. While Storage Rentals of America is here to help you with all your storage needs, we also want to help you get familiar with the area. That’s why we put together this resource guide for Salyersville.
About Salyersville, KY.
Salyersville is a tiny little city in the deep hills of Eastern Kentucky. It is the seat of Magoffin County, a small area near the headwaters of the Licking River. There are approximately 1700 people living inside the limits of the city itself, and they are surrounded by a county with about 12,000 more citizens spread out through it. Salyersville is the main mercantile center for this largely rural and forested area, and it contains most of the area’s government and commercial facilities. This town is noted for its turbulent history during the Civil War and the coal mining era that followed, but the last major coal-related industry closed its doors in 2015 and have left the area as a nature lover’s paradise. Salyersville lies at the eastern terminus of the Bert T. Combs Mountain Parkway, a major highway that connects the city to Winchester and I-64 to the west. The town is equidistant from the large cities of Lexington, Kentucky, and Charleston, West Virginia, which are both within easy driving distance. Moderately sized cities such as Ashland and Morehead are also nearby, and Salyersville is known as the gateway to many of the small towns of the southeastern hills of Kentucky.
What to do in Salyersville, KY.
Salyersville boasts several restaurants and hotels, most of them located at the conjunction of the Mountain Parkway and the main road through town, Parkway Drive/US 460. The Pioneer Museum, located near downtown, maintains a complex of fifteen log cabins and a wide variety of interpretative exhibits that will help people to understand what life was like around here at the time of European settlement. There are many entertaining city social events on the yearly calendar, including Founder’s Day, Independence Day, and the locally famous Street Dance. There are also several monuments, many of them dedicated to the fascinating Civil War-era history of Salyersville and its colorful founder, “Uncle Billie” Adams. Although they have yet to be honored with a yearly festival or a museum dedicated to them, the famous Flynt Brothers, founders of Hustler Magazine and political provocateurs par excellence, also hail from Salyersville.
Working in Salyersville, KY.
In addition to retail, maintenance, legal, and the rest of the small industries that make a town function, several people work at Logan Machinery and other small industries in the town. However, fully 60% of the working population of Salyersville leaves the city to travel to their place of employment. Although the area has traditionally been home to enormous coal mining operations and their ancillary industries, in recent years all coal mining operations have left the area entirely. This has been an enormous boon to hunters, fishers, and lovers of nature, and ecotourism is sharply on the rise across Magoffin County. Something like a third of the jobs in Salyersville proper are in education and the medical fields, but Magoffin County offers a much wider diversity of employment opportunities.
Salyersville, KY. Neighborhoods
Salyersville is generally divided into about four neighborhoods. However, due to the size of the small town, the boundaries are fluid and quite permeable. These neighborhoods include the City Center, Bradley/Iveyton to the south, Stella/Dale to the west and Swampton/Gapville to the southeast. All of these areas are largely rural. Bradley/Iveyton is possibly the most expensive neighborhood, and Stella/Dale has experienced the most economic growth in recent years, but all the differences between these areas are largely notional. Both crime statistics and per capita income are substantially below the national average for every one of these neighborhoods.
Salyersville, KY. School District
Salyersville is home to the Magoffin County Institute, a high school with over a century of history. They also maintain the Herald Whitaker Middle School, and three elementary schools scattered throughout the town; North Magoffin Elementary, Salyersville Elementary, and South Magoffin Elementary. There are no institutions of secondary education or private schools with public listings, but this is hardly a surprise in a town of this size. People from the area who wish to pursue higher learning simply travel to one of the large institutions in Morehead or any of the other surrounding areas.
Moving to Salyersville, KY. Resource Guide:
Utilities: Fresh drinking water is provided to the home by the Salyersville Water Works, and the East Kentucky Power Cooperative dispenses electricity. The average monthly electricity bill here is 20% lower than the national average.
Garbage and Recycling: Salyersville Water and Sewer provides sanitary and wastewater services. The Magoffin County Recycling Center is in Salyersville and handles material during normal business hours.
Parks and Recreation: There is no specific web presence for the Salyersville/Magoffin County Parks and Recreation board, but they maintain a senior center and other useful facilities in the area.
City Government: The Magoffin County government maintains a website to inform and update the citizenry. The health department and road department also communicate through this page.
Salyersville, KY. Housing
Salyersville is not a larger or a glamourous city by any estimation. It is a beautiful little mountain town, perfect for those who value nature, peace, privacy, and a quiet way of life. The cost of living is extraordinarily low, even by Kentucky standards, and property prices are quite affordable in the town and surrounding county. One can expect to purchase a decent sized home for somewhere around $60,000, and the price will be even lower outside of the city limits. A renter looking for a single bedroom apartment in the City Center or any decent place around town can expect to pay about $450 a month in rent. If someone were to move to this area with a telecommuter job or some other form of outside funding, they would find this area to be more livable then practically anywhere else in America.
Many people who work in tech, communication, and the arts have already discovered this, and eastern Kentucky is quickly filling up with intelligent, hard-working people with 21st century jobs and the desire to live closer to the land. This is especially common with the leaders of families, as Kentucky’s liberal home-schooling laws are ideal for many modern parents. This is very much a car-based city. It is perfectly normal for people to leave the area for work, school, play, or shopping, then to return for the delightful pace of life and local character. No matter how the residents spend their day, they find that Salyersville is a healthy, nurturing place with an enormous amount of beauty, security, and traditional Southern friendliness to spare.