Lynchburg Post Office

3300 Odd Fellows Rd, Lynchburg, VA 24506

Contact Numbers

Phone: 434-528-8995
Fax: 434-528-8910
TTY: 877-889-2457
Toll-Free: 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

*This facility does not process US Passports applications or renewals. Check nearby locations below.


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Nearby Post Offices:

Courthouse Lynchburg
1100 Clay St
1.4 miles away

Fort Hill
6020 Fort Ave
1.6 miles away

Rivermont
2485 Rivermont Ave
2.3 miles away

Madison Heights
158 Lakeview Dr
3.0 miles away

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I have tried to get a passport from this post office for sometime now. Everything online says they take walk-ins, NOT TRUE. You can have all the IDs and applications filled out and they will still insist you must have an appointment. I made one only to come in and be told that I wasn't on the list! I tried calling later to set up and appointment and can't get through! Either the automated system hangs up on you or no one answers! I experienced the same thing for the Madison Heights post office! Take walk ins or change your websites and automated messages, or make it so we can talk with a person to make the appointment! This goes for both locations.
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We were out of town and had our mail held at the Odd Fellows Road post office in Lynchburg VA, to be picked up on our return. My husband went this morning and asked for our mail and all supervisors were on a conference call. The desk clerk called 3 times and no supervisor never called back. The clerk could not go to the back and retrieve the mail the supervisor must do it. After more than 10 minutes my husband was told that they might be longer. So he left. I have called the post office three times and no one answers the phone. I wanted to make sure there was a supervisor available so we can get our mail. We will now go back and hope that someone is there that can perform this job. Seems to be a very inefficient. If this is the policy, then there should be a supervisor available yo handle these requests. Sally Schneider
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