Hours of Operation: 9-4, OPEN during lunch, Monday - Friday
The Town of Indian River Shores has maintained a postal facility on-site for over 30 years. Our Postal Center is Town-owned and managed, and is not an affiliate with the U.S. Postal Service).
Our staff is committed to giving special attention to the individual mailing needs of each customer. They provide essential window services as well as assistance with packaging needs.
The Town also offers three sizes of competitively priced private mail boxes for rent. With your rental box, you receive a street address and a suite, or PMB (private mail box) number. This gives you a presence in Indian River Shores, even when you can't be here.
Advantages realized by those who have rental boxes with the Town include convenience with secure, 24-hour access. We offer flexible forwarding of your mail when requested. Your UPS, Federal Express, DHL, and United States Postal Service (USPS) Express Mail and packages can be delivered and signed for at our location Monday through Friday. It will be safely stored until you can pick it up.
Drop boxes for U.S. Mail and UPS are located on the circular driveway for your convenience. Pickup for the outside U.S. Mail is posted for 4 p.m. Monday - Friday and 2 p.m. on Saturday. The UPS box is picked up at 5 p.m. You must have a UPS account for prepayment in order to use this box. The highlighted link above will take you to their website to set up your personal account. Outgoing U.S. Mail entrusted to the staff inside the Postal Center is usually picked up by 3:30 p.m., Monday - Friday.
The closest location for Federal Express drop off is at the northeast corner of the Oakpoint office building adjacent to the CVS store.
Come and visit the Indian River Shores Postal Center to experience the fast, friendly service with a personal touch that sets us apart.
Cash, Check, or Charge (fee applied)
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. through 4 p.m. (Open during lunch)
Postal Box Access 24/7 (3 sizes of PMB's beginning at $79 + tax)
Kara, sometimes assisted by Darlene Wiltzius, provides assistance to Postal Center patrons.