People in a metro neighborhood complain about their mail delivery

Mail boxes can be seen along a street in the Cottonwood Farm area of Oklahoma City. Residents have been having problems with mail delivery through the Yukon post office. (KOKH)

Residents in one Yukon neighborhood complain they aren't receiving their mail.

Multiple residents in the Cottonwood Farm neighborhood have come forward to FOX 25 saying their mail either isn't arriving or it's being delivered to the wrong address.

"I had a check that I was waiting for and the check did not come. And it happened to be at one of my neighbors houses for 2 weeks," said Andrew Schlecht.

In a post on the neighborhood's social media group, many sounded off, complaining their USPS mail was not arriving properly.

"People are constantly posting on there looking for their mail or saying to other residents I have your mail," said Nancy Velletta.

Velletta tells FOX 25 she's complained multiple times to the USPS's Yukon office.

"I just wish that they could get it straightened out i'd like to think that we're the only neighborhood but we're probably not," she said.

A media representative for USPS in Oklahoma said they were looking into the problem.

"The Postal Service's goal is to provide the best delivery service possible. We apologize to our customers for any inconvenience they have experienced with their mail delivery. Local postal officials are aware of the customer concerns and are taking immediate steps to address any delivery issues," they tell FOX 25.

The Cottonwood Farm neighborhood is within Oklahoma City limits, but the mail is through the Yukon post office.

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