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Find a Post Office near me, with our interactive map. Use this page to quickly find a post office, self-service kiosk or USPS parcel center near your current location.

We have also listed customer service phone numbers for the United States Postal Service (USPS) and the UK Royal Mail service, along with company facts, apps, mail addresses, and social media contacts.

Number of Post Offices in the USA.

There are more than 31,600 US Postal Service centers in the United States, as well as 2,500 self-service kiosks and over 250 processing and distribution centers.

Find a Post Office Near Me – Use The Map.

Below you will find an interactive map that you can use to find your nearest US Postal Office location. We use GoogleMaps, as they are the most effective and detailed of the online map services. The map will automatically detect your mobile phone’s GPS position and show you the nearest post offices. Click on a location to reveal opening hours, phone numbers and more.

USA – The USPS Locator.

The USPS locator allows you to find branches by city, ZIP code, and state. Search results can be refined by location type (post offices, self-service kiosks, collection boxes, approved postal providers, branches offering passport or business services, etc.).

UK – The Royal Mail Locator.

Once it arrives in the UK, mail and packages sent via USPS are handled by Royal Mail. View the UK Post Office Branch finder here


Customers can now also access USPS services on the go with USPS Mobile, which is available as an Android and iOS app. The app gives you 24/7 access to tracking tools, shipping cost calculator, ZIP code finder, branch locator, and allows you to schedule deliveries, buy stamps, or scan shipping label barcodes depending on which device you use. Download the Android app here and the iOS app from iTunes

About USPS.

The United States Postal Service was founded in 1775 under the leadership of Benjamin Franklin, although it only became known as such in 1971, when it became an independent organisation of the US government. It is believed that the first Post Station was built in New York in 1837, and by 1895, the number of Post Stations had increased to several thousand.

The services provided by USPS were crucial in the economic development of the United States and in maintaining commercial ties between East and West Coast communities. International postal services began in 1887. In February 2015, Megan Brennan became the company’s CEO and the 74th Postmaster General in the history of USPS.

USPS processes more than 500,000 pieces of mail every day. In addition to its physical location, the Postal Service website offers round-the-clock access to a postal store, mail & ship services, passport applications, as well as money order and parcel tracking.

USPS Opening Hours.

USPS post office branches are typically Monday-Friday open between 8.30 – 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., although some close for 1 hour at lunchtime. Not all branches open on Saturdays, but those who do are usually open from 9 a.m. to 2 or 3 p.m.

How to Contact USPS.

Customer Care Center: 1-800-275-8777 (lines are open from 8 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. EST Monday to Friday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays

Deaf / Hard of Hearing Customers: 1-800-877-8339 and request to be connected to main Customer Care Center
Headquarters address: 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington D.C. 20590, USA

Headquarters phone number: 202-268-2608
Technical Support (online forms and web apps only): 1-800-344-7779
UK Royal Mail Customer service (for USPS letters and packages sent to the UK): 0345 611 2970 – 8.15 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Monday-Friday) and 8.30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays

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