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Due to the severe weather conditions impacting Baltimore and Washington D.C., the Social Security offices in this area will be closed Thursday, February 5, 2015. Please check with your local Social Security office to find out about office delays and closings in your local area.
The following Social Security Offices will have a delayed opening Thursday, March 5, 2015:
Chester – 10:00am
Fairless Hills – 10:00am
Limerick – 10:00am
Norristown – 10:00am
Philadelphia (Aramingo) – 10:00am
Philadelphia (Downtown) – 10:00am
Philadelphia (Germantown) – 10:00am
Philadelphia (Nicetown) – 10:00am
Philadelphia (Northeast) – 10:00am
Philadelphia (South) – 10:00am
Philadelphia (University City) – 10:00am
Philadelphia Social Security Card Center – 10:00am
Philadelphia, (Downtown) – 10:00am
Upper Darby – 10:00am
West Chester – 10:00am
Clarksburg – 10:00am
Elkins – 10:00am
Fairmont – 10:00am
Logan – 10:00am
Morgantown – 10:00am
Parkersburg – 10:00am
Williamson – 10:00am
The following offices are closed until further notice:
West Palm Beach
Due to the severe weather conditions impacting Baltimore and Washington D.C., the Social Security hearing offices in this area will be closed Thursday, February 5, 2015. Please check with your local Social Security office to find out about office delays and closings in your local area.
The following hearing offices will open late Thursday, March 5, 2015:
Elkins Park - 10:00am
Philadelphia Downtown - 10:00am
Philadelphia East - 10:00am
If your local Social Security office is closed, be aware that many services are available online.
If you had a scheduled appointment, please call
You also can do business with Social Security over the phone by calling
If you do not receive your regularly scheduled payment from Social Security as a result of severe weather or other emergencies, in most cases you can go to any open Social Security office and request an immediate payment. To find the nearest open Social Security office, call
With Direct Deposit, your money is safe in your bank, savings and loan, or credit union account no matter what happens to interrupt mail service. For more information or to sign up visit our Direct Deposit site.
If you do not have a bank account, you can sign up for the Direct Express® card program. With Direct Express®, deposits from federal payments are made directly to the card account.
All Social Security offices are closed on federal holidays.