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Post Offices open on Sunday for package pick-up

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Manhattan and Bronx post offices are making the holiday season a little brighter for New Yorkers.  They are offering a one time Sunday package pickup.  Packages are available for pick up between 10am and 2pm.

The U.S. Postal Service will be opening their doors in most Manhattan and Bronx communities for this event.   

Please note Sunday hours only apply for package pickup at the service door inside the post office lobby.  Retail counter services will remain at their usual business days and hours.

Post offices in the following communities will be open for the Sunday Package Pickup event:      

ANSONIA, 178 Columbus Avenue, 10023

CANAL STREET 350 Canal Street, 10013

CATHEDRAL 215 West 104 Street, 10025

CHURCH STREET 90 Church Street 10007

COLLEGE 217 West 140 Street 10030

COLONIAL PARK 99 Macombs Place 10039

COOPER 93 4 Avenue 10003

FDR 909 3rd Avenue 10022

FORT GEORGE 4558 Broadway 10040

GRACIE 229 East 85 Street 10028

GRAND CENTRAL 450 Lexington Avenue 10017

HELLGATE 153 East 110 Street 10029

JAMES A FARLEY 421 8 Avenue 10001

LENOX HILL 217 East 70 Street 10021

LINCOLNTON 2266 5 Avenue 10037

MADISON SQUARE 149 East 23 Street 10010

MANHATTANVILLE 365 West 125 Street 10027

MIDTOWN 223-41 West 38 Street 10018

MURRAY HILL 115 East 34 Street 10016

OLD CHELSEA 217 West 18 Street

PLANETARIUM 127 West 83 Street

RADIO CITY 322 West 52 Street

TIMES SQUARE 340 West 42 Street

TRIBOROUGH 167 East 124 Street

VILLAGE 201 Varick Street

BAYCHESTER 1525 East Gunhill Road

BOULEVARD 1132 Southern Blvd

BRONX GPO 558 Grand Concourse

CO-OP CITY 3300 Conner Street

 CORNELL 1950 Lafayette Street

FORDHAM 465 East 188 Street

HIGHBRIDGE 1315 Inwood Avenue

HUB 633 St. Ann's Avenue

JEROME 2549 Jerome Avenue

KINGSBRIDGE 5517 Broadway

MORRIS HEIGHTS 442 East 167 Street

MORRISANIA 1807 Willaimsbridge Rd

MOTT HAVEN 517 East 139 Street

PARKCHESTER 1449 West Avenue

RIVERDALE 5951 Riverdale Avenue

SOUNDVIEW 1687 Gleason Avenue

 THROGGS NECK 3630 East Tremont Ave

 TREMONT 575 East Tremont Ave

WAKEFIELD 4165 White Plains Road

WEST FARMS 362 Devoe Avenue

WESTCHESTER 2619 Ponton Avenue

WILLIAMSBRIDGE 711 East Gunhill Road

WOODLAWN, 4364 Katonah Avenue 10470
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