Mailboxes can take a beating so its important to keep them in good repair. It not only helps the look of your home, but our keeps our neighborhood looking nice.
There are two sets of guidelines to consider when repairing or replacing your mailboxes.
- USPS guidelines – Regarding height, distance from curb, etc.
- PCN guidelines – Regarding color, lettering, etc. (detailed below)
Official Mailbox Standards for PCN:
- Mailbox posts should be made of 4×4 wood posts, painted in the color of Sagebrush found at Sherwin-Williams.
- Bottom of mailbox should be between 41″ – 45″ from the ground and front should be 6″ – 8″ back from the curb.
- Mailboxes should be powder-coated Beige, with Cocoa colored vinyl text in Medium Caxton font.
- Mailboxes and posts should be in a state of good working order.
- Posts upright and firmly placed in ground.
- Mailboxes free of rust.
- Mailbox doors and flags in good working order.
Official Mailbox Business Partners for PCN:
There are two companies that have our neighborhood styles, colors, lettering, etc. on file to help you repair your mailbox to the neighborhood approved look.
Mail Box Solutions of Central Indiana & Otto’s Streetscape Solutions. Please contact both places to get a competitive price.
10087 Allisonville Rd Suite A
Fishers, IN 46038
2449 E. Main Street
Greenwood, IN 46143