If you’re wondering how you’ll get your holiday wish list to Santa Claus before Christmas, the Fullerton Parks and Recreation Department is here to lend you a hand. By special arrangement with the North Pole, Parks and Recreation have established a direct mail route to Santa.
From November 30 – December 16, special North Pole Express Mailboxes will be found in the lobby of Fullerton City Hall, the Children’s Library of the Fullerton Main Library, the Maple Neighborhood Center, and the lobby of Fullerton Community Center.
Letters deposited in these boxes will be guaranteed a response from the great man himself. All the writer has to do is include a stamped and self-addressed envelope.
To make matters even easier for Santa’s young correspondents, Parks and Recreation have prepared special Santa letterforms, which can be found in each mailbox. All a child has to do is write his or her letter on one of the forms, drop it and the return envelope in the mailbox, and leave the rest to Santa. And please, one letter per envelope.
The mailboxes available until the following dates at specificified locations:
- December 13th at City Hall, 303 W. Commonwealth Ave.
- December 16th at the Maple Neighborhood Center, 701 S. Lemon St.
- December 16 at the Main Library, 353 W. Commonwealth Ave.
- December 16 at the Fullerton Community Center, 340 W. Commonwealth Ave.
Further information may be obtained by calling Santa’s Helpers at the Parks and Recreation Department at (714) 738-6575.