How do I contact my local mailman?
Call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777) or TTY: 1-800-877-8339. Speak to the station manager (postmaster) at a local post office. Contact the district the postal consumer and industry affairs office that handles questions for your district.
Where can I drop off a prepaid USPS package?
If your packages have domestic shipping labels, you can drop them off at USPS collection locations without waiting in line. If the packages fit, you may drop them off at blue collection mailboxes and Post Office mail drop slots. Some Post Offices may also have a designated spot on the counter for prepaid packages.
Does USPS have a hotline?
Connect with the Federal Relay using the following toll-free numbers: 1-800-877-8339 – TTY/ASCII for persons with hearing and speech impairments. 1-800-845-6136 – for persons with hearing and speech impairments who wish to speak only in Spanish. 1-866-377-8642 – for hearing persons with speech impairments.
Why is my package in transit arriving late?
“Arriving late” means they are aware of a delay somewhere along that route that will cause the package to be delivered after the expected delivery date or time. This is usually due to major storms that make driving or flying hazardous for the employees.
How do I know when my mail will arrive?
Users receive email notifications containing grayscale images of the exterior, address side of incoming letter-sized mailpieces that are arriving soon. Most USPS domestic packages tied to the address associated with a USPS account will be automatically available on the Informed Delivery dashboard.
Can I put USPS package in mailbox?
If your package is less than one-half inch thick and weighs less than 10 oz, you may use postage stamps and do one of the following: Put it in your mailbox for carrier pickup. Drop it in a blue collection box or Post Office lobby mail slot.
Can I drop packages in USPS box?
The answer is yes. The U.S. post office allows consumers to drop packages into the blue mailboxes as long as they can fit and have the correct postage – whether that’s by stamps, or postage printed out from Amazon, Stamps.com or Paypal).