The US Post Offices in this nomination reflect a 40 year period (1900-1940) of development of the federal agency in Colorado. These buildings are well crafted examples of their type or style. They depict the agency’s goal to improve services and create an imposing, official impression of the Federal government. Several of these buildings are New Deal projects and thus reflect the Roosevelt administration’s commitment to federally sponsored infrastructure development. (Cover documentation accepted by National Register in 1986.) Multiple Property Documentation Form (PDF, 6.10 MB).
Alamosa Post Office
703 4th St.
National Register 7/22/2009, 5AL.258
Boulder Post Office
1905 15th St.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5BL.240.1
Delta Post Office& Federal Building
360 Meeker St.
National Register 1/24/1986, 5DT.270
El Paso County
Colorado Springs Post Office & Federal Courthouse
210 Pikes Peak Ave.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5EP.528
Manitou Springs Post Office
307 Cañon Ave.
National Register 1/24/1986, 5EP.530.71
Cañon City Post Office & Federal Building
5th & Macon Ave.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5FN.551
Florence Post Office
121 N. Pikes Peak St.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5FN.642
Rifle Post Office
Railroad Ave. & 4th St.
National Register 1/24/1986, 5GF.281
Las Animas County
Trinidad Post Office
301 E. Main St.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5LA.2l79.93
Sterling Main Post Office , Federal Building & Courthouse
3rd & Popular Sts.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5LO.39
Montrose Post Office
321 S. 1st St.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5MN.1808
Fort Morgan Main Post Office
300 State St.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5MR.469
Lamar Post Office
300 S. 5th St.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5PW.43
Rio Grande County
Monte Vista Post Office & Federal Building
Washington & 2nd Ave.
National Register 1/22/1986, 5RN.21