USPS Hurricane Sandy

October 29, 2012 by  

USPS Hurricane Sandy, Postal Service employees in the Washington area will work “around-the-clock” before Hurricane Sandy arrives to ensure mail is delivered Monday, according to a USPS spokesman, in an email to Federal News Radio.
USPS said it’s prepared to make all deliveries and collections throughout Monday, the spokesman said.

“Depending on local conditions, some Post Offices may temporarily close their lobbies as Sandy makes landfall tomorrow. If roads become impassable or unsafe for travel during the storm, mail delivery services may be curtailed, and mail collection schedules from mail collection boxes could be suspended,” the spokesman said.
If local, state or federal emergency management officials call for a mandatory evacuation, the Postal Service will suspend its services, including mail processing, mail delivery, mail collection from collection boxes, bulk mail and retail lobby services.

For the latest information on USPS service status, . Postal employees can call the USPS National Emergency Notification Hotline at 1-888-363-7462.

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