Centennial Blvd Post office CO 80919 Phone Number Reviews

Centennial Blvd Post office CO 80919 Phone Number Reviews

Diana Knight
I make regular (daily) trips to this USPS. Everyone who works here is friendly and helpful. Our postman who drops mail at my home is awesome and every time we’ve had missing mail, we’ve received follow up and located the package within a few days. One thing to note is that the self service machine is only open during their regular hours and not 24/7 as the website states. This is because there has been theft.

Usps in Colorado Springs, Colorado Maps

Address: 5001 Centennial Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80919, United States

Thursday 9AM–5PM
Friday 9AM–5PM
Saturday 8AM–1PM
Sunday Closed
Monday 9AM–5PM
Tuesday 9AM–5PM
Wednesday 9AM–5PM

Phone: +1 800-275-8777

Centennial Blvd Post office CO 80919 Reviews

Centennial Blvd Post office CO 80919 Phone Number Reviews

Isaac Montgomery
Showed up at 1:45pm on a Monday which was not a holiday. Doors were locked and lights were off but no indication online that the facility was closed.

Shelly McDonald
Every time I use this location, I always have wonderful service. Sending packages to a deployed military member is daunting but I got great help and instruction. Thanks! from a non military person.

Ugh. Wish I could give them no stars. They are always so rude when I go in. On top of that they delivered (2) different packages on (2) different days to the wrong LOCKED mail box. When I called the automated machine said they were “delivered”.. yeah TO THE WRONG BOX!! Then I try to connect with a local agent only to be directed to a voicemail. They have cause more stress than anything else.

Jeff Gibson
How does this place constantly loose mail and parcels with zero accountability and remain in business?They lost checks I ordered that were tracked their office, then I later filled out a form to have mail held for ten days and picked up at their office – per their directions. I had a tracking number for the checks and a conformation number for the form to hold the mail, both of which I tried to present to them, but they had no interest in even looking at them.

Their explanation for loosing all of this was basically “We don’t know anything about anything.” If I used this excuse for loosing things in my profession, I’d be fired on the spot, and rightly so.I’m now diligently working to set up all of my remaining business correspondence electronically so as to bypass this post office completely.

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