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Utah post offices to offer assistance to last-minute income tax filers on April 17


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Twenty-seven Utah post offices will provide late-night collections of mail on Monday, April 17 to assist last-minute tax filers. In addition, six post offices will extend window service hours until midnight and 29 locations have Automated Postal Centers, which are available 24/7 (see the attached listing of post offices and services provided).

Free Krispy Kreme donuts await those mailing tax returns between 5-7 p.m., and 10 p.m. to midnight on April 17 at the Salt Lake main post office, located at 1760 West 2100 South.

Those wanting to avoid the crowds are encouraged to mail their income tax returns early in the day. Correct postage is a must. First-Class postage is 39 cents for the first ounce and 24 cents for each additional ounce. Postal customers are encouraged to check the collection times posted on each box to ensure pick up on April 17.

Those who mail late in the day April 17 should take their tax returns to collection boxes located directly outside post offices with extended hours. While six post offices are extending retail hours, stamps can always be purchased through vending machines at each post office. For information on postal hours customers are encouraged to visit USPS.com, or call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777).

Utah post offices providing retail services and collections until midnight on April 17:

•Ogden main post office, 3680 Pacific Ave.

•Provo East Bay post office, 936 South 250 East

•Sandy main post office, 8850 South 700 East

•Salt Lake Downtown Station, 230 West 200 South

•Salt Lake main post office, 1760 West 2100 South

•Salt Lake Airport post office, 320 North 3700 West (South of main terminal)

Utah post offices providing collections until midnight on April 17:

•American Fork post office, 55 N. Merchant Street

•Bountiful main post office, 20 S. Main Street

•Castledale post office, 55 Center Street

•Grantsville post office, 36 West Main Street

•Layton post office, 1123 N. Fairfield

•Logan post office 75 W. 200 North

•Ogden Ben Lomond, 221 N. Washington Blvd

•Ogden Town Station, 2730 Washington Blvd

•Ogden Mount Ogden Station, 1145 E. 4600 South

•Orem main post office, 222 W. Center

•Park City main post office, 2100 Park Ave.

•Pleasant Grove post office, 180 S. 100 West

•Richfield main post office, 93 North Main

•Salt Lake City Sugarhouse Station, 1953 S. 1300 East

•Salt Lake City Murray Branch, 4989 S. State

•Salt Lake City West Valley City Branch, 3490 S. 4400 West

•Vernal main post office, 67 N. 800 West

•St George Red Rocks Main Office, 1150 East Riverside Drive

•Tooele post office, 65 N. Main South

•Cedar City post office, 333 North Main Street

•West Jordan main post office, 7901 S. 3200 West

The following offices have Automated Postal Centers. Customers using credit or debit cards and requesting a mail label will receive an April 17 postmark if the label is printed before midnight: most Salt Lake metro area post offices, American Fork, Layton, Ogden Main, Ogden Ben Lomond, Ogden Mountain Shadows, Roy, and all post offices in Orem, Provo, Logan and St. George.


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