Windsor Mayor Kristie Melendez will host an upcoming meeting to address community concerns with local postal services. The meeting will be held on Jan. 21 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Community Recreation Center Cedar/Spruce room where residents will have an opportunity to share their thoughts, ask questions and receive updates from a United States Postal Service (USPS) representative.
The post office operates locally but it is managed by the federal government. Although the Town of Windsor does not have authority over postal functions, steps are being taken in hopes of addressing community concerns. In addition to the postal service representative, District Director Robin Coran from Congressman Ken Buck’s office and Maria Secrest from Senator Cory Gardner’s office will also be in attendance.
Residents experiencing postal service issues are encouraged to contact the USPS Customer Care Center at 1-800-275-8777 or visit their website at usps.com.
Last August, about 60 residents attended an informal town hall meeting hosted by Mayor Melendez to hear residents’ concerns regarding local postal services.
The Community Recreation Center is located at 250 N 11th St. For more information about Town of Windsor meetings and events visit windsorgov.com/calendar.