Tualatin Dcu Post Office

18850 SW Teton Ave, Tualatin, OR 97062

Contact Numbers

Phone: 503-692-0423
Fax: 503-691-7877
TTY: 877-889-2457
Toll-Free: 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

Lobby Hours

Monday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 11:00am
Sunday Closed

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

  • Business Line
  • Pickup Accountable Mail
  • Pickup Hold Mail

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Nearby Post Offices:

19190 SW 90th Ave
0.5 mile away

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2.0 miles away

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Lake Grove
15875 Boones Ferry Rd
2.8 miles away


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Tried to call about a package that is being delivered. Phone rang and rang, then went to a busy signal. I just wanted to ask a question as the delivery address is a business I work at and we close at 5pm. Tracking says it will be delivered by 6:30pm. Just wanted to know if you would try and deliver before I leave. As if you keep trying to deliver it after 5, will not be able to receive it. Seems I have to sign for it. I


You people won’t answer your phone and yet FedEx tells me that you have a package for me I don’t know how you got it or why you have it but would you please call me back at 503-516-5477 as soon as possible so I can pick it up today if that’s what I have to do I don’t know why it just wasn’t delivered


Someone in our post office likes the TV Guide, but finds it cheaper to take ours. This has happened so far this year twice to me and once to a neighbor.


We received a calendar that was slightly too large for our mailbox, but the mail carrier for Malloy Way opted to bend it and cram it into the mailbox rather than return it to the post office for us to pick up. The calendar is ruined, having a large crease down the center and some of the pages are now mangled and distorted. I've tried to find out where to deal with this online, and this seems to be the only way to get feedback to the post office. This is completely unacceptable to us and we would like to explore getting this replaced.


I worked with an Asian American woman named Elizabeth, and received some of the most racist treatment I have ever faced in my life. I am seriously considering reaching out to my Human Rights Lawyer contact in dealing with this, but if I receive a follow up from your leadership I may reconsider.I was mailing out a Mothers Day Card for my mom on the east coast. I am Hispanic, of Puerto Rican heritage. As I handed the envelope to Elizabeth, she scoffed with a rude attitude and said "What is this? a MEXICAN envelope?" it was a pink envelope with a card inside, and she just looked at it again and again, saying "Is this mexican?" and I said "What? I don't even know what you mean by that". She just kept asking if it is mexican, and I said no, and then she said "What's inside?, its not a regular envelope", and before I could even answer that it was just a mothers day card, she weighed it and said Its 94 cents. Then I went ahead to pay with my credit card and she was like "Its not signed, show me your id", I told her it was in the car and I was willing to go grab it, and she rolled her eyes and then proceeded to scold me about how my jet blue credit card should be signed.I just want to say I work for high end company and was on my lunch break, and she treated me like such racist crap that I was completely floored. I will never be treated this way again, and I expect a follow up from your office or I will continue reaching out unto higher ups.

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