COLUMBUS, OH — Following a community meeting and U.S. Postal Service review of all public feedback, the Postal Service has made a final decision to relocate retail services from the current Christopher Columbus Station, 200 N High St, Columbus, Ohio 43215, to a yet-to-be determined location as close as reasonably possible to the existing site. The current facility is too large for USPS operational needs and the relocation will allow the Postal Service to maintain and improve service to the community.
The Postal Service anticipates providing the same services at the new location as are currently provided to customers at the existing location. Additionally, the Postal Service plans to continue services at the current facility until the new location is open and operational.
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