USPS: Mail delivery resumes, post offices open across state

Alabama News

WEDNESDAY MORNING UPDATE: The U.S. Postal Service announced Wednesday they resumed delivery and retail operations in ZIP Codes beginning with 356, 357 and 358.

They say all mail delivery and Post Offices will be open throughout the state.

The U.S. Postal Service apologizes for any inconvenience that yesterday’s temporary suspensions may have caused customers.

NORTH ALABAMA – The United States Post Office has announced many postal customers across north Alabama won’t be receiving mail today or be able to visit their local post office

Any customer in a ZIP code that begins with 356, 357, or 358 will have delivery suspended for Tuesday, February 16.

In addition, post offices across those ZIP codes will also be closed.

This affects customers in all of Colbert, Franklin, Lawrence, Lauderdale, Limestone, Madison, and Morgan Counties, and certain cities/towns in Jackson County:

  • Bridgeport
  • Dutton
  • Estillfork
  • Fackler
  • Hollytree
  • Hollywood
  • Langston
  • Paint Rock
  • Pisgah
  • Princeton
  • Scottsboro
  • Section
  • Stevenson
  • Trenton
  • Woodville

Any Jackson County resident who does not receive mail from one of the cities/towns named above will still receive mail on Tuesday and local post offices in unaffected areas will remain open.

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