Pinon Hills Post Office

10353 Oasis Rd, Pinon Hills, CA 92372

Contact Numbers

Phone: 760-868-3493
Fax: 760-868-0273
TTY: 877-889-2457
Toll-Free: 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

Retail Hours

Lobby Hours
PO Box Access Available

Monday 6:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday 6:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 6:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday 6:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 6:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 6:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday 6:00am - 6:00pm

Last Collection Times

Monday 3:00pm
Tuesday 3:00pm
Wednesday 3:00pm
Thursday 3:00pm
Friday 3:00pm
Saturday 1:00pm
Sunday Closed

Passport Appointment Hours*

Monday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Friday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

  • Visit our Passport FAQ page for a complete overview of what to bring, what you need to know, and how long it will take.
  • You will need two forms of Identification with copies.
  • A passport quality photo. Available at location.
  • The appropriate application form printed and filled out, and the required fee for applying or renewing.
  • You can find up to date costs, information, and forms at the State Departments Travel Site

*An appointment is required to apply for or renew US Passports. Please Call or schedule online.

  • Burial Flags
  • Business Line
  • General Delivery
  • Money Orders (Domestic)
  • Money Orders (Inquiry)
  • Passport Acceptance
  • Passport Photo
  • Philatelic Services
  • Pickup Accountable Mail
  • Pickup Hold Mail
  • PO Box Online
  • Lot Parking
  • Passport Appointment Hours

Visit our Links Page for Holiday Schedule, Change of Address, Hold Mail/Stop Delivery, PO Box rentals and fees, and Available Jobs.

*Please call to verify information. Is anything incorrect? Let us know here

Nearby Post Offices:

9782 Clovis Rd
2.7 miles away

1440 State Highway 2
3.2 miles away

17234 Pearblossom Hwy
7.6 miles away

Mt Baldy
6730 Mt Baldy Rd
8.1 miles away


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During Covid-19 the employees put up shower curtains in lobby so they dont wear masks and gloves are you kidding me?It is the law in San Bernadino County to wear a mask in presence of others they touching and coughing on all our mail this is a federal travisty that the post master there doesnt care they could be infecting all residence. They let people in the lobby without protection because they dont follow the laws either. So not ok! Someone needs to do a surprize inspection there. Many elderly have gotten sick and their only exposure was their mail. Thanks for NOT caring about our health Pinon Hills Post Master. You should be fined! and fired


Your so pathetic and blind to the fact there is no virus and you need to worry about your eating and marriage issues first. Have you not noticed all the protesters have not got nor spread a virus??? You need to STFU
• Replied to Anonamous


I'm not sure what's going on here. I get a seller notification that an item I ordered has been delivered to the Post Office in Pinon Hills and is ready for pickup. I go to pick up the package and the employee tells me there is no package for me. This has happened several times and after speaking with other people that get their packages at this Post Office, I am not the only person this happens to. Perhaps this issue could be looked into? Or maybe I should just pay a few dollars to have the items I order shipped to my house from a private carrier?


Hi Eric, While I don't work at that location (therefore, don't know much about it), I do work in a similar sized office in the San Bernardino mountains, (where, like this location, there is no street delivery, but rather, PO Box, only). While I'm not certain of the specifics regarding your package/packages (as far as who the carrier company was: ie, USPS, UPS- Surepost, FedEx- Smartpost, etc) but I can tell you that this does happen & it's most often due to misinterpreted/misunderstood tracking info. A couple of Christmases ago, there was a stretch where both, Amazon & UPS were sending notifications to customers (at least throughout the mountain communities) informing them that they're package had arrived, but in fact, the items weren't actually, physically showing up until a day, or sometimes 2 days afterwards. Also, when shipped through USPS, all mail, parcels are received by each office in containers (rolling cages, rolling carts) & each container has a scannable placard attached to it, whereby all barcoded items included in each container are scanned into that specific container's placard. So, when each placard is scanned in at the receiving office, the system will often autogenerate an "Arrival" notification, indicating on the tracking history that those items have arrived at the intended office. (After receiving the containers, we physically scan each barcoded item individually as "Arrived", THEN, each requires a 2nd scan in order to complete the receiving process- ie, "Available for pickup" or "Delivered" to PO Box or Parcel Locker. It's when that 2nd scan appears in the tracking history, that your item should be ready for pickup. If being shipped UPS, it should only show up at the post office if the postage is "Surepost" & w/ FedEx- "Smartpost" (those shipping methods are exclusive to those 2 carriers & are a collaboration between USPS & them, so the postage is shared, hence, it's USPS's postage. The term you might see from the seller in regards to the type of shipping is "Parcel Select" & oftentimes, if "Ground" method, the carriers will transition it to "Surepost"/"Smartpost", depending upon a number of factors. (In my area, UPS OFTEN changes "UPS GROUND" parcels to "Surepost", whereas if you prefer they deliver directly to your home, if offered, "UPS 2nd Day Air & Next Day Air" will 99.9% of the time, be delivered to your door. Also, remember that in areas where there is no USPS street delivery, but PO Box ONLY, your "mailing address" is your PO Box address, not your physical/street address. I always advise my customers to include BOTH, the physical address AND the PO BOX number, as that way, if shipment began with another carrier, you're covered either way (whether that carrier delivered all the way to your door OR it winds up at your post office). Apologies for the novel-length post, but I do hope the info helps. Richard
• Replied to Eric Marsh

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