USPS confirms no mail delivery on Presidents Day

Limited sites to be open for retail service

Customers are encouraged to drop their mail in blue street collection boxes on Veterans Day. (Public Domain photo)
information provided by the United States Postal Service

BEDFORD PARK, Ill. (February 12, 2020) — The Postal Service will observe Presidents Day on Monday, February 17, 2020, a federal holiday. There will be no mail delivery, however a limited number of Central Illinois Post Offices will be open for full retail lobby service, including passport applications.

Customers are encouraged to drop their mail in blue street collection boxes, so they can be processed early the next day. “We want to advise anyone with stamped or metered mail ready for delivery to drop this mail into a blue collection box instead of waiting to do so the following day,” says District Manager Tangela Bush. “We want to get a quick start on processing their mail.”

Post offices will reopen on Tuesday, February 18, with full mail delivery and retail service.

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2 thoughts on “USPS confirms no mail delivery on Presidents Day”

    • Hi Donna, thank you for bringing this to our attention. This information came directly from the United States Postal Service and we did not verify the dates, but we agree that your suggested dates are the correct ones. The news release has been updated to reflect this. Thank you for your attentive readership!

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