Some US Postal Service offices closed due to the Dixie Fire until further notice

Due to the Dixie Fire, several local Post Offices will be closed and the mail diverted to the Midtown Chico Post Office.
Plumas News contacted the Midtown Office to see what the process would be for residents to access their mail, since obviously all direct routes to Chico are currently closed. Plumas News was told that postal officials were meeting about the issue and more information would be available tomorrow. During the Camp Fire, mail for Paradise residents was held in Chico until such time as the local post office reopened and then the mail was forwarded for distribution. There was also an option for residents to go to the Chico Post Office to pick up mail. It could be expected that mail for all of the post offices will be held in Chico, but that will be confirmed as soon as the information becomes available.
The following Post Offices will be closed due to the Dixie Fire until further notice:
• Crescent Mills Post Office, 15711 Main St., Crescent Mills, CA 95934-9998
• Twain Post Office, 200 Twain Rd., Twain, CA 95984-9998
• Canyon Dam Post Office, 29586 State Highway 89, Canyon Dam, CA 95923-9998
• Meadow Valley Post Office, 7091 Bucks Lake Rd., Meadow Valley, CA 95956-9998
• Greenville Post Office, 405 Main St., Greenville, CA 95947-9518
• Taylorsville Post Office, 4386 Main St., Taylorsville, CA 95983-9998
• Quincy Post Office, 222 Lawrence St., Quincy, CA 95971-9998
As stated earlier, more details will be known soon, but during this closure, P.O. Box mail will be available and retail services offered at the Midtown Chico Post Office.
Customers are reminded to bring proper photo identification for mail and package pickups. Drop shipments are also being redirected to the Midtown Chico Post Office.
• Midtown Chico Post Office, 141 W 5th St. Chico, CA 95928-9998
Retail Window Hours:
Window Service M-F 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Window Service Sat Closed
Drop Shipment Hours:
Drop Ship M-F Open 09:00AM – 11:00 AM
The Postal Service said that if apologizes for this inconvenience to our customers and hopes to have the Post Offices reopened and fully operational as soon as possible.