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Old 04-22-2010, 08:01 AM
 
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I was trying to mail a package through UPS to Olmsted Township, but the zipcode I was provided kept bringing up Olmsted Falls, so I said, OK, mail it there. Is this the same place? Why doesn't UPS have this township in their system? Thanks, just worried that my package won't get there. I'm mailing it from out-of-state so I don't know enough about either city to lessen my worry. Grr.
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Old 04-22-2010, 08:32 AM
 
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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No it's not the same city but I believe the Township does NOT have its own post office, so it uses Olmsted Falls post office and zip.
It will get there, no worries.
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Old 04-22-2010, 04:18 PM
 
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Not all places have their own post office/zip code. For instance, University Heights shares a zip code with Cleveland Heights. Pepper Pike, Mayfield Heights, and Lyndhurst all share a zip code. Just a few local examples.
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Old 04-22-2010, 11:40 PM
 
Location: Cleveland , Ohio
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Default 441- - Means Cleveland Main Post Office

All mail with 441-- gets sorted at the main Post Office then sorted , and sent to the correct branch , where it is then , once again , sorted to each mail route , 440 Means an Independent Post Office , Example , North Olmsted , Berea ect , If u think about it it's a great on the ground
snail mail service ! Old School thought , I have Letters sent to my Grandmother from family during WWII that say the house address , Just "City" then the zip code , USA ,and it of course found it's way , Just a little history ,
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Not all places have their own post office/zip code. For instance, University Heights shares a zip code with Cleveland Heights. Pepper Pike, Mayfield Heights, and Lyndhurst all share a zip code. Just a few local examples.
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