USPS summons help after Elbert County residents complain that mail, packages aren’t being delivered

ELIZABETH, Colo. — Several residents who live along a rural postal route northeast of Elizabeth said they ordered items online, and were told they had been delivered, but that was not the case.

The packages were instead piling up inside the Elizabeth Post Office.

One resident reached out to Contact7 after her efforts to get answers from the Postal Service went nowhere. Kate Vieyra said delivery issues have been flaring up time and again for months.

“Here’s a good example,” she said. “Christmas card from last year, I finally got delivered in March.”

She said the card had a December postmark.

Several neighbors posted similar complaints on the Elizabeth Community & Events Facebook page.

One wrote: “Keep getting other people’s packages and then have to drop back off at the Post Office! Most aren’t even on my street.”


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