USPS announces service suspensions and closures in California and New Hampshire, Effective Immediately

Akhil A Pillai

Changes in postal operations can occur due to various reasons. The USPS (United States Postal Service) has suspended services in certain areas due to carrier attacks and dangerous weather conditions. Currently, the USPS has announced new service suspensions and closures in California and New Hampshire.

To keep customers updated, the USPS has a Service Alerts website where customers can find out about mail delivery and open post offices. The latest alerts reveal that the USPS has suspended services in four California towns and closed a post office in Gonic, New Hampshire. The Gonic Post Office has been closed due to safety concerns after a vehicle collision damaged its ceiling. The USPS has not provided a timeline for reopening the post office but stated that mail and retail services will be available at the Rochester Post Office.

In California, Kernville, Wofford Heights, Posey, and El Portal post offices are closed due to winter storms and potential flooding risks caused by record high rainfall and snow in the Sierra Nevada mountains. The USPS has been closing post offices in California since February due to winter storms, and while many have reopened, Olema and Bolinas post offices remain closed for the same reason.

The USPS aims to protect the safety of its customers and employees, which is why these temporary measures have been taken. Customers can keep up-to-date with service disruptions and closures through the Service Alerts website.

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