Postal Service Weather Update – Winter Storm Stella

USPS – Mar. 14, 2017, 8 a.m. ET

Winter Storm Stella

Governors of Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York have each declared a State of Emergency due to storms that have shut down highways and transportation routes throughout the states. Mailers will not have access to roads to deliver the mail in those states.

There are no other postal closures or service interruptions reported at this time. Emergency preparedness plans are in place to ensure the safety of customers and employees. Postal operations will continue in areas where it remains safe to do so.

Please check back for updates.

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A walker strolls through Silver Lake Park during last week’s snow. Forecasters are predicting a blizzard for this week.
(Staten Island Advance/ Susan Lunny Keag)

One Response to "Postal Service Weather Update – Winter Storm Stella"

  1. YELENA ALPERIN   March 14, 2017 at 10:01 am

    If there are no closeres why then is the post office on 534 west 112 street ny 10025 closed today?

    Yelena – the USPS notice states “Governors of Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York have each declared a State of Emergency due to storms that have shut down highways and transportation routes throughout the states. Mailers will not have access to roads to deliver the mail in those states.”

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