Post Office Gets Approval to Reduce its Hours

The US Postal Service got the okay August 23 to reduce its hours of retail service at approximately 13,000 locations.

The Postal Regulatory Commission, which is the Postal Service's governing body, approved the plan, signaling that the changes will not affect the Post Office's legislative mandate for comprehensive nationwide service.

Over the next two years, affected locations will reduce weekday operations to two, four or six hours. All collection and post office box services and Saturday hours remain unchanged.

The USPS estimates annual savings of $516 million as a result of the changes.

For a complete list of affected Post Offices, please click here.
Post Offices to be affected by lower hours

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