Who Would I Contact To Get Snow Delivered To A Neighborhood Winter Party In Southern California?


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lakeesha Hennessy Williams Profile
Getting some snow delivered sounds like an awesome way to make your neighborhood winter party even more festive.

If you want a white Christmas, you've got a couple of options open to you:

  • Hire a company to create the effect you desire
  • Rent a snow-machine for the day
  • Buy some pre-mix snow product that you can make yourself
All of these services should be available in the southern California area.

How can I get snow delivered? Back when I was a kid, the only way to get snow delivered was to write Santa a letter. These days, there are so many options available that it's hard to know where to start.

The first place I'd recommend you check out is the Long Beach Ice Company. Their website has a gallery of really cool wintry scenes that the company is responsible for creating. They also supply dry ice, which is always fun for creating a smoky/foggy effect.

Based on the name, I'm assuming Long Beach Ice Company are based in Long Beach, Los Angeles.

Alternatively, companies like effectspecialists.com rent out entire fake-snow machines that pump out realistic flakes of snow. According to the company's website, the following are just a few of the California cities that they can deliver to:

  • Anaheim
  • Bakersfield
  • Fresno
  • Los Angeles
  • Napa Valley
  • Pasadena
  • Sacramento
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • San Jose
Sno-wonder.com is a global site that sells snow-powder that you can simply mix with water to create your wintry wonderland. This might not be an option if you're planning things on a large scale, but they're great for smaller festivities.
carrie Profile
carrie answered
I would call some local ice companies OR maybe call some of the local malls.

I live in SoCal too, and some of the malls do a thing at Christmas where they have snow shipped in when Santa arrives.

You could ask the administrative staff if they do that and if so where do they get the snow from. Worth a try!

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