After more than 50 years of serving the Northridge and Porter Ranch communities, the Northridge Post Office will be vacating its current location at 9534 Reseda Blvd. by the end of this month. The Postal Service has been leasing the property from a private owner, but in 2014 the property was sold to Symphony Development, which will be building 128 units of student housing and ground floor retail on the site. The lease originally expired in July 2021 but the Postal Service was given a 10-month extension until April 30, 2022. According to a Postal Service supervisor, a replacement site is not yet available. Therefore retail services, including picking up packages and mail from vacation holds, will be temporarily available at the Porter Ranch Post Office at 19300 Rinaldi Street. The existing post office boxes will be physically moved to the Granada Hills Post Office until further notice but customers will keep the same box number and key.
Northridge Post Office Closing
- by VNG
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