Valmont Post Office

2995 55th St, Boulder, CO 80301

Contact Numbers

Phone: 720-564-6400
Fax: 303-245-6486
TTY: 877-889-2457
Toll-Free: 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

Retail Hours

Lobby Hours
PO Box Access Available

Monday 24 hours
Tuesday 24 hours
Wednesday 24 hours
Thursday 24 hours
Friday 24 hours
Saturday 24 hours
Sunday 24 hours

Last Collection Times

Monday 6:30pm
Tuesday 6:30pm
Wednesday 6:30pm
Thursday 6:30pm
Friday 6:30pm
Saturday 5:30pm
Sunday Closed

*This facility does not process US Passports applications or renewals. Check nearby locations below.

  • Bulk Mail Acceptance
  • Bulk Mail Account Balance
  • Bulk Mail New Permit
  • Business Reply Mail Account Balance
  • Business Reply Mail New Permit
  • General Delivery
  • Money Orders (Domestic)
  • Money Orders (International)
  • Pickup Accountable Mail
  • Pickup Hold Mail
  • PO Box Online

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Nearby Post Offices:

High Mar
4985 Moorhead Ave
1.7 miles away

1905 15th St
2.1 miles away

566 S McCaslin Blvd
3.6 miles away

150 Murray St
3.7 miles away


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I have a letter the carrier didn't even know I had the letter .she just put the mai l and left.i am goon to internal affairs.


I received a notice that a parcel was being held because there was $1.12 in postage due, I went to the parcel pickup window and stood in line for approximately 20 minutes and was then told that they only accept "exact change" at that window which I didn't have. So I then had to go to the regular teller line and stand about another 20 minutes because they could make change. That's over 40 minutes of time to complete a $1.12 transaction! That made me think that the USPS needs to have a published rating for each of its locations of 'lifetimes unnecessarily' wasted standing in line! I see that you're hiring for jobs that require no experience that start at $51,000/yr. and I'm happy about that - I don't want anyone working for a wage that doesn't allow them to sustain themselves - but is it too much to ask that the level of service and respect for your customer's time be as good (it doesn't have to be better) as the average Starbucks barista who probably earns a great deal less?


Please please bring back the recycle bins for Mail. All that Mail is just going to the landfill now.


Just left this Post Office feeling very frustrated and I couldn't wait. Line was very long, as it always is during the Holiday. There were three of the six stations open. I don't think I have ever been to this post office and have seen every station open. May i suggest, if they don't have the people to staff the stations, they remove them? It's very frustrating to be standing in a line with 40 people and see those stations empty. Also- could there be posted an "estimated wait" sign? If we have to wait an hour- at least we would know! That may alleviate some of frustration. It's such a great location and i know it could better serve it's patrons!


In the lobby and next to the line, all the slots with forms had run out of their forms, but then I went through the line, I got hassled for not having that paperwork filled out "in advance" for my international package. I can't fill out a form that's not available in the lobby. Then they told me I should "ask" if I can't find the right form. Well, how am I going to ask without waiting in the line? I did wait in the line, and then I got hassled for not asking. It's a total Catch-22. In the past, I've generally been happy using the Valmont post office, but I think my next international package will go fedex. From now on, I'll use the post office for domestic mail only. I don't need the hassle of being told I did something wrong when I didn't.


This post office has TERRIBLE COSTUMER SERVICE. A package that was marked delivered NEVER SHOWED UP - I have talked in person to the delivery man and he basically told me SHIT I have no idea where that package is. I call the post office DAILY and there is usually never a response or a voicemail to leave a message... it just keeps ringing. The one time i did get a hold of someone on the phone from Valmont USPS location, they basically told me there was nothing they could do even though it was completely their fault. So far they have offered no solutions and I have paid for my item but do not have it my possession. this situation with USPS has been absolutely ridiculous and frustrating


This Valmont branch SUCKS!! We mailed a package -- the clerk convinced us his shipping label would "stick to anything" so stuck it on our dry bag. didn't stick as the dry bag never made it to its intended location NOR was returned to us! We contacted this branch several days after it was supposed to be delivered but they told us there wasn't anything they could do -- BUT THERE WAS...they could have contacted the Aurora branch to track it down. The only help was the branch manager in Telluride who tried to track the package back, but couldn't find it. We then were told to file a "Mail Recovery Center Search Request", which we've been waiting 5 months for some response from them and have heard NOTHING!! Today, I went to the Valmont branch to file a claim to get our $50 back and the indifferent clerk told me I had to go to the Main Branch to file the claim. I went there and the indifferent clerk there told me since I "have all the information it would be easier for (me) to file the claim online". I now understand why people go postal!! This indifferent bunch of clowns!! The USPS should be closed down!! We will never mail any packages with the USPS ever again!! May they rot!

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