Post office to remain in Downtown Roseville at new location

Updated May 12, 2020
The United State Postal Service has signed a 10-year lease, with a 10 year option for renewal, for a new storefront at 116 S. Grant St. in Downtown Roseville. 

In recent years, the postal service distribution operations at the current 320 Vernon Street location have been reduced such that the entire building is no longer necessary. Additionally, the lease for this storefront expires on July 31, 2020. A private developer is proposing to develop the site with a mixed-use project. 

The USPS decision to relocate to 116 S. Grant follows public feedback from a February 5, 2020 community meeting and search for a suitable location to accommodate retail operations and USPS vehicle access. 

To prevent any interruption in service, the USPS will continue operating at the current Vernon Street building until the new facility at 116 S. Grant Street is completed sometime in late summer. Similar postal services are expected to be available at the new downtown location.

In December 2019 the City of Roseville purchased the long vacant four-story 116 S. Grant St. building. Roseville Electric Utility offices are also planned for the building. The central location is adjacent to the current post office site, Civic Center, and two parking garages—both of which offer free parking.

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