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Despite the global health challenges we are facing, USPS remains committed to serving you. The safety of our customers and employees remains our top priority as we provide the essential service of delivering your mail every day. Get the latest updates on any service disruptions that may impact you.
Residential and business customers should check the latest shipping and delivery updates in your area. Also, be sure to double-check items that you may not mail such as flammable hand sanitizer and wipes.
USPS has temporarily suspended the guarantee on Priority Mail Express International® service destined for China, Hong Kong, and some European countries. Other countries have also issued updates on delivery delays or other service impacts.
The deadline to submit your taxes has been extended to July 15.
Find the right USPS products and services to mail your tax return.
Pay for and print your own Priority Mail® or Priority Mail Express® labels with tracking right at home.
With free daily digest emails, you can see previews of letter-sized mail and track packages headed your way.
Just place your USPS packages on your doorstep and we'll come pick them up for free during regular delivery.
As of March 25, we will conduct all in-person passport application services by appointment only.
Prepare your passport application early, and use our online USPS Retail Customer Appointment Scheduler™ to find a Post Office™ lcoation that offers passport servicess.
USPS will be closed on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day.
Read about domestic shipping restrictions on flammable items such as hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes.
USPS has temporarily suspended the guarantee on Priority Mail Express International® service destined for China, Hong Kong, and some European countries due to widespread airline cancellations and restrictions.