Mail delivery will cease at Group Three locations today, June 22, and resume, Monday, June 29. The installation of new mailboxes at Group Three locations starts Monday, June 25, and is anticipated to be completed by Friday, June 29.
The following locations are part of Group Three:
23664 Outrigger Dr.
30275 Point Marina Dr.
30080 Skippers Way
22831 Canyon Lake Dr. N
23913 Canyon Lake Dr. N
23912 Canyon Lake Dr. N
23602 Canyon Lake Dr. N
22838 Canyon Lake Dr. N
22976 Canyon Lake Dr. N
30255 Gulf Stream
29953 Gulf Stream
30177 Spray Drive
Mail at these locations will be held by USPS Sun City Post Office until the new mailboxes are installed. Once the mailboxes are installed, mail will resume and all “hold mail” will be delivered by the postal carrier to the new mailboxes. Normal mail delivery at these locations will resume on or before Friday, June 29.
Residents are encouraged to sign up for the Informed Delivery service offered by USPS. This free service allows you to digitally preview your mail as it arrives. This service will email you greyscale images of the exterior, address side of letter-sized mail-pieces as well as track packages. To sign up for this free service, visit informeddelivery.usps.com.
Residents at these locations may pick-up their new mailbox keys at the POA’s Operations office, 29081 Longhorn Dr., starting Monday, June 25. The office is open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
New mailbox keys will only be provided to the homeowner, valid tenant, or property manager. The individual must provide proper identification and complete a Mailbox Key Release Agreement.
At the February Regular Session Board Meeting, the POA Board of Directors approved $390,182.03, plus 2.5 percent contingency, to replace the aging mailbox clusters throughout the community with more secure and aesthetically pleasing units.
The existing free-standing pedestal-style cluster mailbox units and parcel mailboxes will be replaced with front loading cluster mailbox units that combine both mailboxes and parcel boxes.
The new units are made of heavy duty aluminum with stainless steel hardware, making them more secure than the existing mailboxes.
The mailboxes will be replaced based on their condition, the worst being replaced first. The location of the mailboxes and individual box numbers will remain the same.