GHPD Accepting Holiday Packages

GHPD Accepting Holiday Packages
Posted on 11/14/2018



1938 South Hampton Road

Glenn Heights, TX  75154




For more information contact:

Lauren Lewis
Public Information Officer/ Community Engagement Administrator 
469-816-8030 |


Holiday Package Shipping Accepted at Glenn Heights Police Department

 November 14, 2018

 Glenn Heights, TX -- The Glenn Heights Police Department is allowing residents to have packages shipped to police department between November 14 and December 22 to avoid package theft. 

 To have packages shipped to the police department, residents should enter the following shipment information: 

[Resident’s name]
Glenn Heights Police Department
550 E Bear Creek Rd                             
Glenn Heights, TX 75154

 To pick up packages, residents must bring a government-issued identification card and order/shipment proof of receipt. Parents picking up packages addressed to their children must bring proof of guardianship and/or the child’s identification. Residents can pick up their packages during the following times: 

  • Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Saturday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.


Package pick-up will not be available on Sundays. There is no charge for the service, but the Glenn Heights Police Department requests that packages shipped to the station weigh less than 50 pounds.  


About The City of Glenn Heights – Incorporated in 1969, Glenn Heights is perfectly positioned along IH-35 East. Glenn Heights is a hospitable, business friendly, rapidly growing community divided between Dallas and Ellis counties. The City has a total area of 7.2 sq. miles (18.8 km sq.). More than 50% of the city's develop-able land is located along major arterial intersections that are available for retail and office development.

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