Jan. 1, 2022

Louisville, CO Post Office to resume delivery operations Sunday to neighborhoods impacted by the Marshall Fire


As part of USPS recovery efforts after the Marshall Fire the Louisville Post Office will be delivering mail, medications, and packages to accessible homes on Sunday January 2nd. Customers in areas that are not accessible or where homes have been destroyed can pick up their mail on Sunday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Louisville Post Office. No retail service will be available on Sunday. Normal business hours will resume on Monday. PO Box customers mail will be current and available.

We’d like to invite you to visit the Louisville Post Office to see the herculean efforts over the weekend to resume delivery and make our building accessible and safe. Great visual opportunities will exist for carrier shadows as they deliver through impacted neighborhoods. Carriers from the Front Range and across Colorado have volunteered to help restart this service.


January 2, 2022 after 8:30 AM


Louisville Post Office:
566 S. McCaslin Blvd
Louisville, CO 80027


The Postal Service has a proud history of resilience and service. We are the hallmark of Reliable Service. USPS is the local communities’ lifeline to medications, checks, commerce and correspondence. The appearance of a USPS vehicle resuming delivery is the first sign that the steps to recovery are near.


Postal Operations Manager Ken Price and Communications Manager David Rupert are available to speak as well as Letter Carriers who can share on recovery efforts and what it means for our customers.


We encourage the media who are attending to RSVP. Please contact USPS Communications Manager David Rupert at David.G.Rupert@usps.gov or 303-886-8773. Any post-event questions can also be directed to David.

The Postal Service generally receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.



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