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Social Security Office for Rome, GA 30165

Rome Social Security Office Address :
480 RIVERSIDE PKWY NE
ROME, GA 30161
Social Security Phone (Local) : 1-866-964-1006

Social Security Phone (Nat'l) : 1-800-772-1213
TTY : 1-706-291-9957
Social Security Office Hours :

MON: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
TUES: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
WED: 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
THUR: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
FRI: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
SAT & SUN: CLOSED

Effective March, 2015, most offices open until 4:00 except Wednesdays.

Federal Holidays & Emergency Closures                 Office details verified 10 June 2018

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Social Security Office Directions and Notes :

THE OFFICE IS LOCATED ON RIVERSIDE PKWY, ROME, GA 30161. IT IS ONE HALF MILE SOUTH OF STATE MUTUAL STADIUM AND IS LOCATED ACROSS THE STREET FROM CHIEFTAINS MUSEUM.

Rome Social Security Office Notes

Try online services like setting up direct deposit at ssa.gov. Social Security office hours were extended in March, 2015. Now, generally, all Social Security offices are open 9:00 to 4:00, except Wednesdays when hours are 9:00 to noon. Try calling to get an appointment before travelling. Fridays may be more open.


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Social Security offices near Rome, GA :

StreetCityStateZip
480 RIVERSIDE PKWY NEROMEGA30161
301 POINT NORTH PLDALTONGA30720
908 S CARROLL RDVILLA RICAGA30180
1415 FRANKLIN GATEWAYMARIETTAGA30067
SUITE 140, 1290 PREMIER DRCHATTANOOGATN37421

 

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