A local Adams Electric Cooperative office is closed this week as officials investigate and assess damage caused by a fire early Saturday morning.

The nonprofit utility company's location at 200 Trinity Road in West Manchester Township will not reopen to members and visitors until the office is fully cleaned, said Duane Kanagy, manager of community services.

A fire originated in the truck garage at 3:45 a.m. Saturday and caused extensive smoke damage in the truck garage and warehouse areas of the York County office. Light damage was also reported in the rest of the facility.

The cause is still being determined, Kanagy said.

Gettysburg-based Adams Electric serves about 11,000 customers in southwest York County.

Those customers can still use the drop-payment box at the West Manchester Township facility, he said.

All other customer service matters can be handled on the web at www.adamsec.coop or by phone at 888-232-6732.

—Reach Candy Woodall at cwoodall@yorkdispatch.com.