In some cases, yes. If the service superintendent determines that the damage was the result of direct contact with a township vehicle, the mailbox will be repaired or replaced by the township. However, if the superintendent determines that the facts do not clearly indicate the damage was a result of direct contact with a township vehicle, no further action will be taken and the repair/replacement shall be the responsibility of the property owner(s). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a mailbox inspection.
My mailbox was damaged this winter, will the township repair/replace it? Print
Modified on: Mon, 28 Mar, 2022 at 3:47 PM
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