BOULDER – A number of Post Offices have been impacted by the widespread flooding and road closures. The Postal Service has relocated postal services for a number of facilities and addresses. This is important information for those waiting on medication, checks, and important documents.
For the immediate future, all mail destined for Jamestown, 80455 is now being held at the Nederland Post Office, 350 East St, phone 303-258-3247.
Mail for Coal Creek Crescent, 81121, will be held at the Golden Post Office, located at 1100 Johnson Road in Golden.
All mail destined for Lyons, 80540, and Allenspark, 80510, is now at the Longmont Post Office, 11830 N 75th, phone 303-776-0184.
All mail for Drake, 80515, Glen Haven 80532, and Estes Park, 80517, is now at the Grand Lake Post Office, 520 Center Dr., 970-627-3340
All mail for Bellvue, 80512, is being held at Fort Collins Main Office, 301 E. Boardwalk, 970-225-4108
All other deliveries will be made as long roads remain open, passable and safe.
Future decisions will be made after consultation with emergency management officials.
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