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Social Security office moving to Jake Alexander Boulevard

The Salisbury Social Security Office will move over the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday weekend from its current location at 1816 E Innes St. to the new office location, 1840 Jake Alexander Blvd W.
The new office is located in the Manning Park business park, next door to the Red Cross and United Way offices near the Salisbury Mall.
The office will continue operating at its current site until 3:30 p.m. on Friday Jan. 13, and will open for business at the new location at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
The new office address will be: Social Security Administration, 1840 Jake Alexander Blvd W., Salisbury NC 28147-1135.
The phone numbers for the office will remain unchanged: 877-405-3157, toll free number for all incoming public calls; 704-633-6797, fax.

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