Have been (at least temporarily) thwarted in Berkeley, Postal Service officials have turned their sights on Richmond, attempting to move service from their existing, centrally located downtown Post Office to a badly situated site outside of the immediate downtown.
Join us in fighting this decision and saving the Richmond Main Post Office:
- Learn more: Visit our Save The Richmond Main Post Office webpage
- Submit your comments in writing! All feedback must be sent in writing and be received by June 30. Download our form letter here.
- Sign the online petition
- Get LOUD! Share your actions on social media. Click here for samples.
- Get Active: Help us spread the word, collect signatures, get your friends and family to send a letter. Visit our website for resources. Contact us about getting involved.
In January the USPS posted a notice on the Nevin Avenue post office indicating their intentions to sell the site and relocate retail operations to the McVittie Annex on Chanselor Street.
The public is not happy about this. A public meeting was held on May 31 with a USPS representative. A second meeting was held at the Nevin Community Center on June 15. This is a video recording of that meeting