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Posted on: October 19, 2015

Greensburg Post Office Temporarily Closed

Due to structural concerns with the current Post Office on Main Street in downtown Greensburg, the U.S. Postal Service has issued an emergency shutdown of operations in that facility. In an effort to minimize any disruptions to customers, the U.S. Postal Service has set up operations and will open at 8:00 AM CT Monday in the Greensburg Community Center located behind Greensburg City Hall at 110 N. First St.

According to Greensburg Post Master, Don Ingram, customers with P.O. Boxes will be able to pick up their mail at the Community Center. Customers will still be able to purchase stamps and access other services at this temporary location. For those needing to drop off items during the day or after hours, a drop box will be installed in the parking lot near the City of Greensburg’s utility drop box by mid-week.

“This issue of closing the current facility just came to the service Thursday afternoon, I want to thank Don, the Postal Service, Judge-Executive John Frank, Senator David Givens, Representative Terry Mills and Congressman Guthrie for coming together to help insure service to the community and to minimize any inconvenience to our citizens,” stated Mayor Lisle Cheatham.

If you have any questions about your service, please contact the Post Office or call Greensburg City Hall.

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