WASHINGTON, DC — No todos pueden reunirse para celebrar las fiestas, incluso en circunstancias normales. Pero este año no fue para nada normal. En consecuencia, muchos deciden enviar obsequios y utilizar la tecnología de video para reunirse y celebrar las fiestas. Y aunque no podamos solucionar sus problemas tecnológicos para las celebraciones por video, sí podemos garantizar que sus obsequios lleguen a tiempo para que puedan entretenerse. No importa lo que compre en el Cyber Monday, o durante toda la temporada navideña, puede utilizar la función Click-N-Chill con el Servicio Postal y nosotros lo entregamos en Navidad.
WASHINGTON, DC — Even under normal circumstances not everyone can get together for in-person celebrations. But this year has been anything but normal. As a result, many are resorting to shipping gifts and relying on video technology to bring them together for all of their holiday festivities. And while we can’t fix your tech issues for the video celebrations, we can ensure your gifts arrive in time for the fun. No matter what you order on Cyber Monday, or throughout the holiday season, you can Click-N-Chill with the Postal Service as We Deliver for Yule.
WISCONSIN / ILLINOIS — Retail services at Wisconsin and Illinois Post Offices will be closed on Thursday, November 26th in recognition of Thanksgiving Day. There will be no mail delivery, caller service or Post Office Box service. All services will resume on Friday, November 27th. The Post Office will be open regularly scheduled hours on Wednesday, November 25th.
WASHINGTON, DC — Durante estos momentos sin precedentes, se espera que se envíen más regalos y saludos navideños por correo, ya que las familias y amigos realizarán celebraciones virtuales en lugar de abrir los obsequios en persona. El Servicio Postal siempre alienta a los clientes a enviar sus regalos y tarjetas navideñas de forma temprana. Este año, la recomendación sigue en pie.
WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Postal Service today made several leadership announcements, including the retirement of a top executive, the promotion of several other key leaders, and a series of functional alignments that aim to better position the organization to achieve operational excellence and financial stability.
WASHINGTON, DC — During this unprecedented time, it is expected that more holiday gifts and greetings will be sent through the mail, as families and friends will hold virtual celebrations instead of opening gifts in person. The Postal Service always encourages customers to send their holiday gifts and cards early. This year is no different.
WISCONSIN/ILLINOIS — Let’s face it, this year has been a struggle for so many people in more ways than one. Thoughts of kids, the holidays and wondering how to provide for them may also be weighing heavily on many. But take heart, Santa and the Postal Service are way ahead of you, and are here to help.
WISCONSIN/ILLINOIS — In 2019, an average of 48 postal employees per day were injured due to a slip, trip or fall. 495 injuries occurred in Wisconsin and 1246 in Illinois. Many incidents occurred because of a hazardous condition on a mail carrier route. The U.S. Postal Service needs your assistance in providing safe access to your mail receptacle in an effort to prevent these type of accidents from happening to our mail carriers.
WISCONSIN/ILLINOIS — The holiday season is nearly upon us and the U.S. Postal Service urges customers to plan ahead and ship early to their friends and loved ones stationed on military outposts in faraway lands and serving on the high seas.
Research completed by USPS to understand the role mail plays in helping Americans feel connected during the COVID-19 Pandemic. This survey includes the November 2020 results. For the April 2020 survey results please click here.
The Mail Design Professional (MDP) course provides in depth training on postal standards related to designing letter and flat mail to facilitate processing on high-speed automated equipment while maximizing cost effectiveness and reducing processing delays.
This fact sheet has been updated to remind customers to ensure that any maximum spending limits established by your financial institution are sufficient to cover all potential postage and fees. The new Enterprise Payment System (EPS) replaces the current product-centric payment with a centralized account processing system enabling customers to pay and manage their service online using a single account.