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United States Postal Service
237 Washington St, Somerville, MA 02143
This hulking Depression-era post office is at the Washington Street bend just before Union Square. Up a long flight ofMore stairs, this office offers all of the usuals such as outgoing mail and packing supplies. It also has a passport service and post office boxes. The extended self-service hours are an added convenience. 
Somerville Traffic and Parking Office
133 Holland St, Somerville, MA 02144
After enough time parking on the infuriatingly confusing streets of Somerville you will no doubt find yourself at thisMore Traffic and Parking Office. Here you can apply for parking passes, get those bright orange emergency parking sandwich boards which make moving much easier or contest a ticket. Inside expect a post office like situation of a long, slow moving line bunched up before several closed walk-up booths and one open window. Allow more than just a few minutes if you find yourself planning for a morning at the Traffic and Parking Office. 
United States Postal Service
320 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02145
A full-service facility, the East Somerville branch of the United States Post Office features tellers as well asMore self-service capabilities. Further amenities include a stamp machine, P.O. boxes and the sale of packing and shipping supplies.
Davis Square Farmers Market
Day St & Herbert St, Somerville, MA 02144
Plump tomatoes, sweet corn and juicy peaches are not the only farm goodies you'll find (in season) at this weeklyMore farmers market. On Wednesdays, from late May through late November, all manner of natural foods and product vendors set up in the parking lot behind the Post Office to hawk their wares. Fresh-cut flowers, grass-fed beef, artisan breads and pies, Taza chocolate and local cheese and honey are among the usual treats. You'll also find prepared Mediterranean foods, natural bath and beauty products and, when in season, cider. Along with cash or credit, EBT, SNAP and food stamps are accepted for payment.
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