The United States Postal Service’s East Union Station has identified two potential sites for its relocation. The Post Office has already moved its distribution efforts to 4th and Lander, and the PO Boxes are moving to Broadway. The whole Post Office will be gone by January.
According to a letter posted at the Post Office, the properties to be reviewed as possible sites are 2209 East Madison Street and 3308 East Spring Street.
The letter reads, “Should one of these properties meet the needs of the community and the Postal Service it may be selected as the location for the new post office. This new facility will provide a safe working environment for our employees and a level of service expected by our customers.”
Community members are invited to comment on the proposed locations by July 19. You can do so by sending a letter to:
Vice President, Facilities
c/o Angela S. Kuhl
USPS Facilities Office
7500 E. 53rd Place, Room 1108
Denver, Colorado 80266-9918
The spot of the current post office is slated to be rezoned and redeveloped.