WASHINGTON – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema urged the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to review and determine if Prescott Valley needs a new Post Office. Since 1985, when the Prescott Valley Post Office moved into its present location, Prescott Valley’s population has grown from less than 6,000 to nearly 50,000. Prescott Valley’s population growth has overwhelmed its current Post Office and residents no longer have convenient access to postal services they need.
“Prescott Valley is rapidly growing, and to keep up with that growth, the community needs a Post Office that provides residents with the postal services they rely on. I urge the U.S. Postal Service to examine the needs of Prescott Valley and develop a Post Office that works for this Arizona community,” said Sinema.
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