SOUTH NAPA EARTHQUAKE

SOUTH NAPA EARTHQUAKE

Coverage of the 6.0 Earthquake that Rocked the Napa Valley

Napa County Child Support Services Office Closed for Quake Repairs

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    Nicholas George looks under a buckled highway just outside of Napa, California after earthquake struck the area in the early hours of August 24, 2014. California's governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency Sunday following a strong 6.0-magnitude earthquake that seriously injured three people including a child and ignited fires in the scenic Napa valley wine region. The US Geological Service said that the quake was the most powerful to hit the San Francisco Bay area since the 1989 6.9-magnitude Loma Prieta earthquake. AFP PHOTO/JOSH EDELSON (Photo credit should read Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images)

    The Napa County Child Support Services office in Napa is closed due to earthquake-related damage, county officials said.

    The office has been closed at 929 Parkway Mall following Sunday's 6.0-magnitude earthquake.

    Dramatic Photos: Earthquake Wreaks Havoc in Napa Dramatic Photos: Earthquake Wreaks Havoc in Napa

    Document drop-off is available at the Napa County Agricultural Commissioner's Office at 1710 Soscol Ave. in Napa.

    The Solano County Department of Child Services is serving all other in-person public needs at 435 Executive Court N. in Fairfield. Customers may call (866) 901-3212 for assistance.

    The Napa County Superior Court is hearing child support-related cases at the Criminal Courts Building at 1111 Third St. in Napa. Customers with scheduled hearings are required to appear in court.

    Child support payments may be mailed to CA SDU, P.O. Box 989067, West Sacramento, CA 94534.