Kapolei Post Office To Close and Merge With Barbers Point Post Office

Real Estate Agent with Hawaii Military Realty, Inc.

The Kapolei United States Post Office and Barbers Point United States Post Office located on the old Barbers Point Naval Base are merging into one office.

A few months ago, the USPS announced that the Kapolei United States Post Office would close its doors.  It is located in leased space across the road from the Kapolei Library and Island Pacific Academy which is a private school in Kapolei.  The post office is located in an inconvenient building where there is not much street parking.  There is free parking in the garage underneath the post office but customers want convenience and don't want to deal with parking in an underground garage and having to walk back up to the post office.

The post office at Barbers Point Naval Base is a building that is owned by the United States Postal Service.  It is a small post office but they are adding a few more teller windows to serve clients and they are also adding room for relocating the Kapolei Post Office Boxes from the Kapolei branch.  The Barbers Point Post Office will have PO Boxes for Ewa Beach and Kapolei.

The Barbers Point Post Office is located veery close to the old Barbers Point Commissary which has reopened as Tamuras Market after the closing of the commissary.  The Post Office is also locatedd near the indoor race track, Podium Raceway.

Comments (3)

Ronald DiLalla
Century 21 Discovery DRE 01813824 - Anaheim, CA
No. Orange Cty Real Estate

Hi David,   we have some closings and consolidations going on in our area also...Happy New Year...

Dec 28, 2011 03:36 AM
Frank Rubi
Frank Rubi Real Estate, LLC - Metairie, LA

Good Morning First Sergeant. The post office here in Greater New Orleans are doing the same thing. In addition, the delivery are coming later in the day. 

Dec 28, 2011 06:14 AM
1SG (Ret.) David Kucic
Hawaii Military Realty, Inc. - Ewa Beach, HI
President and Owner

Ronald:  There will be quite a few closings.  I hope all of the employees will be able to relocate rather than be handed pink slips.

Frank:  Long time no talk!  Hope you are doing well and Happy New Year.

Dec 29, 2011 04:00 AM