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USPS Homepage Telluride United States Postal Service

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The Telluride Post Office is a great place to go to get your mail. But, best of all, our friendly postmaster and postal workers will always brighten your day! Go see Jim, bring him a photo for his "Telluride Family" photo wall.
Time is running out quickly to get parcels to there destination by Christmas.

The latest date to mail packages other then express, and have them arrive by Christmas is December 21, 2005. Parcels can be sent after that date using express. This service is our premier service. If it does not make it on time you can receive a refund on the postage paid. Mailing parcels after the 21st any other way does not guarantee delivery by Christmas. I recommend that all parcels sent out now tell the 21st be sent Priority or Express.

Post rates will be increasing as of January 8, 2006. The new rate stamps can now be purchased at the Post Office. For a list of the new rates visit www.usps.com

 

Telluride Post Office

Christmas Holiday Hours

 Special Pick-up Hours

Saturday and Sunday

December 11and 12 From 9 AM to 3 PM

December 18 and 19 From 9 AM to 3 PM

Extended Mailing Hours

Monday thru Friday

December 13 -17   From 9 AM to 5:30 PM

December 20 - 24  From 9 AM to 5:30 PM

Saturday

December 18     From 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

 
 
Telluride Main Office, 150 S Willow St, Telluride, CO 81435 

Regular Business Hours:
  Week Days 09:00AM-05:00PM
Saturday 10:00AM-12:00PM

Latest Collection at Post Office:
  Week Days 03:00PM
Saturday 12:30PM

Phone: 970-728-3900

12/2/2005

 To: Postal Patrons

All Postal Patrons that receive mail at the Shriana and the Gondola Station will start receiving mail at the new location at Gondola Intercept Parking (455 Mountain Village Blvd in Mountain Village) on 12/12/05.  All keys for the new location can be picked up at your old box.  When you pick up your new keys please leave the keys to your old box in the old box.  This will let us know that you have your new key.   Your new keys will still need to pick up at the old box until the first of the year.  Any unclaimed keys after the first of the year will need to be picked up from Post Office located at 150 S. Willow Street in Telluride.

Thank you for your cooperation,

Nick Morgan, Postmaster, 

Telluride, Co 81435-9998

 

 

POSTAL SERVICE EXPANDS REACH
OF MONEY TRANSFER SERVICE

INSERT YOUR DATELINE (Example: Washington, D.C.) – Sure Money®, the Postal Service’s international wire transfer service, which is also called Dinero Seguro®, has expanded its reach to Latin America and the Caribbean.
Available to Mexico since 1996, Sure Money now provides customers with the ability to transfer money to nine additional countries. They are the Caribbean country of the Dominican Republic; and the Latin American countries of Argentina; Colombia; Ecuador; El Salvador; Guatemala; Honduras; Nicaragua; and Peru.
Customers can send up to $2,000 per transaction by submitting and presenting the appropriate form, available at participating Post Offices, and the corresponding fee, to one of that office’s window clerks. Identification is required for transfers exceeding $1,000.
“Postal money orders have long been a favorite way for people to send money to friends and relatives internationally," says INSERT LOCAL CONTACT OR MANAGER. “And Sure Money provides an electronic alternative that reduces the time it takes to receive the funds from days to just 15 minutes.”
Sure Money uses secure, electronic wire transfers between the Postal Service and thousands of participating partner branch offices in destinating countries. There are no hidden or additional fees. The recipient’s funds are available in the destinating country within 15 minutes – guaranteed.
“Customers trust the security the Postal Service provides,” says INSERT LOCAL CONTACT OR MANAGER AGAIN. “And with the expansion of Sure Money to additional countries, we can now provide this trusted service to even more of our customers.”
Personal identification is required for recipient of funds in the participating country. The recipient does not need a bank account and pays no additional fees in the destination country.
For more information about the service or to find out what it costs, call toll free: 1-888-368-4669. The service is available locally at: INSERT SURE MONEY OFFICE LOCATIONS.

EL SERVICIO POSTAL AMPLÍA EL ALCANCE DEL 
SERVICIO DE TRANSFERENCIA DE DINERO

INSERT YOUR DATELINE (Example: Washington, D.C.) – Dinero Seguro®, el servicio internacional de transferencia de dinero del Servicio Postal que en inglés se llama Sure Money®, amplió su alcance para llegar a Latinoamérica y el Caribe.
Dinero Seguro, servicio que ya estaba disponible para México desde 1996, brinda a los clientes la capacidad de transferir dinero a otros nueve países: República Dominicana (DO), en el Caribe, y Argentina (AR), Colombia (CO), Ecuador (EC), El Salvador (SV), Guatemala (GT), Honduras (HN), Nicaragua (NI) y Perú (PE) en Latinoamérica. 
Los clientes pueden enviar hasta $2,000 por transacción mediante la presentación del formulario que se puede obtener en las Oficinas de Correo participantes, y el pago de la tarifa correspondiente a los empleados que atiendan en tales oficinas. Es necesario presentar identificación para las transferencias que excedan la suma de $1,000.
“Los giros postales han sido durante mucho tiempo el medio preferido por las personas para enviar dinero a sus amigos y parientes del exterior”, declara INSERT LOCAL CONTACT OR MANAGER. “Dinero Seguro proporciona una alternativa electrónica que reduce el tiempo que toma recibir fondos de días a tan sólo 15 minutos”.
Dinero Seguro utiliza transferencias electrónicas seguras entre el Servicio Postal y miles de oficinas asociadas participantes en los países destinatarios. No hay gastos ocultos ni adicionales. Los fondos están a disposición del beneficiario en el país de destino en un plazo garantizado de 15 minutos.
“Los clientes confían en la seguridad que brinda el Servicio Postal”, afirma INSERT LOCAL CONTACT OR MANAGER. “Gracias a la ampliación del servicio Dinero Seguro a otros países, actualmente podemos ofrecer este servicio de confianza a muchos más clientes”.

For Immediate Release                               For more Information:

Dec. 3, 2004                                           Debra Cornelius, 907-455-5415, USPS North Pole, Alaska

How to get the ‘North Pole’ postmark on your holiday envelopes; letter from Santa to child

You can have a “North Pole” postmark placed on your holiday cards or on letters from Santa Claus to your children.

To receive the “North Pole” postmark on your holiday cards:

·        Affix proper postage on sealed envelopes addressed to loved ones on your mailing list, with your holiday cards enclosed.

For a child to receive a letter from Santa Claus, you should:

·        Write a letter to the child from Santa Claus.

·        Affix proper postage to a sealed envelope addressed to the child, with the letter enclosed.

Then, mail your holiday cards or letters from Santa in a larger envelope or box to:

North Pole Christmas Cancellation

Postmaster

5400 Mail Trail

Fairbanks AK 99709-9999

“The blizzard of Santa Letters started earlier this year,” said Debra Cornelius, one of Santa’s postal helpers at the North Pole Branch of the Fairbanks , Alaska Post Office. “We’ve received more Santa mail this time than last year.”

Please do not send empty envelopes for mailing, because envelopes without inserts are easily damaged. After receiving a “North Pole” postmark, the cards and letters are delivered to your loved ones via the Postal Service.

Requests for a North Pole cancellation/letter from Santa should arrive in Fairbanks before December 15, 2004 . Delivery Confirmation is recommended if you’d like to know when your request for cancellation arrives in Fairbanks . As it gets closer to Christmas, you should consider sending your requests via expedited services: Priority Mail or Express Mail.

Happy Holidays and be sure to mail early!

   
 

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