US Postal Service

US Postal Service A self-supporting government enterprise, the U.S. Postal Service is the only delivery service that reaches every address in the nation: 156.1 million residences, businesses and Post Office Boxes.

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Mission: We deliver trusted, affordable mail service to the nation. We are the center of a trillion-dollar mailing industry that employs more than 8 million people in the United States. We receive zero tax dollars for operating expenses and rely on the sale of postage, products and services to fund our operations.

US Postal Service's cover photo
11/02/2020

US Postal Service's cover photo

Spook is in the air. 👻 No matter how you celebrate tomorrow, get ready for a night full of fright! 💀
10/30/2020

Spook is in the air. 👻 No matter how you celebrate tomorrow, get ready for a night full of fright! 💀

How do we do it? Look around! You’ll probably spot one of our talented mail carriers doing a great job. 💪
10/28/2020

How do we do it? Look around! You’ll probably spot one of our talented mail carriers doing a great job. 💪

Keep the spook alive! Even after Halloween, our Spooky Silhouettes stamps are something to ~ghoul~ over. 👻
10/27/2020

Keep the spook alive! Even after Halloween, our Spooky Silhouettes stamps are something to ~ghoul~ over. 👻

10/27/2020
#DrugFreeStamp

The U.S. Postal Service joins the Drug Enforcement Administration - DEA to raise awareness about the dangers of drug abuse with the release of the Drug Free USA stamp. The release coincides with Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 23-31, promoting drug abuse prevention. ✉️📬#DrugFreeStamp

The U.S. Postal Service is joining with Drug Enforcement Administration - DEA to raise awareness about the dangers of dr...
10/26/2020

The U.S. Postal Service is joining with Drug Enforcement Administration - DEA to raise awareness about the dangers of drug abuse with the release of the Drug Free USA stamp. Tune in with us tomorrow for the live stream ceremony! #DrugFreeStamp #RedRibbonWeek2020

Where the folks are friendly, the hot springs are sizzling and the Post Office is perfectly placed. ❤️
10/26/2020

Where the folks are friendly, the hot springs are sizzling and the Post Office is perfectly placed. ❤️

10/23/2020

And with over 31,000+ Post Offices around the nation, that’s a lot of energy savings!💡 #EnergyAwarenessMonth

Have no fear… Halloween is right around the corner! Bewitch your envelopes with the Spooky Silhouettes stamps — availabl...
10/22/2020

Have no fear… Halloween is right around the corner! Bewitch your envelopes with the Spooky Silhouettes stamps — available at usps.com/stamps.👻

That’s equivalent to traveling 53,640 laps around the Earth! 🤯
10/20/2020

That’s equivalent to traveling 53,640 laps around the Earth! 🤯

10/20/2020
#ReligiousStamps #ChristmasStamps

The U.S. Postal Service dedicates a Christmas stamp featuring a detail of “Our Lady of Guápulo,” an 18th-century oil painting.

We’re just gonna leaf this here… 💛🧡❤️
10/19/2020

We’re just gonna leaf this here… 💛🧡❤️

10/16/2020
#WinterScenesStamps

Celebrate the beauty and serenity of the snowy winter season with the new Winter Scenes stamps. #winterscenesstamps ✉️ ❄️

We’ve got goosebumps because… the Spooky Silhouettes stamps are back 😱🎃
10/16/2020

We’ve got goosebumps because… the Spooky Silhouettes stamps are back 😱🎃

The best cities in the nation are full of bright lights, bustling cars, towering skyscrapers and wonderful people. That’...
10/15/2020

The best cities in the nation are full of bright lights, bustling cars, towering skyscrapers and wonderful people. That’s a whole lot to write home about!

What’s your fave city? 🏙️

Don’t take it from us… it’s written in the stars.🌟
10/14/2020

Don’t take it from us… it’s written in the stars.🌟

10/13/2020

The U.S. Postal Service announces a new stamp to celebrate Kwanzaa, which honors values and beliefs around African American heritage. #KwanzaaStamps

10/06/2020
#HanukkahStamps

New Stamp Celebrates Hanukkah ✉️#hanukkahstamps

👀 those gold foil letters though!Get the new Thank You Forever® stamps at usps.com/stamps.
10/05/2020

👀 those gold foil letters though!
Get the new Thank You Forever® stamps at usps.com/stamps.

There’s no question… this one’s definitely a treat! 😊Deliver your kids their new favorite costume at usps.com/store
10/01/2020

There’s no question… this one’s definitely a treat! 😊

Deliver your kids their new favorite costume at usps.com/store

09/29/2020
T-Rex Day

If you’re looking to celebrate T-Rex Day... here’s a BIG treat: usps.com/stamps 🦖

09/25/2020
Sustainability

Every day, we proudly take steps toward sustainability! Nearly 7,000 carriers, called the USPS Fleet of Feet, deliver mail entirely on foot. And on select routes in Arizona and Florida, mail is delivered by bicycle, reducing emissions and saving fuel. 👟🚲🌎

Learn more at usps.com/green

09/24/2020
#HolidayDelightsStamp

Holiday Delights Stamps!✉️
Put Some Colorful Charm on Your Season’s Greetings #HolidayDelightsStamp #HolidayStamps 🎄

“Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam!” The golden prairie in the middle of our nation grows important crops — like...
09/23/2020

“Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam!”

The golden prairie in the middle of our nation grows important crops — like wheat, rye and oats — and is boarded by the majestic Rockies. It’s tough to find a more picturesque spot to write a note home! ⛰️

Summer, It’s not really goodbye, it’s just see you later! 👋
09/22/2020

Summer,
It’s not really goodbye, it’s just see you later! 👋

Some delicious treats and a berry delightful stamp! 🍓Get your Fruits and Vegetables Forever® stamps now available at usp...
09/21/2020

Some delicious treats and a berry delightful stamp! 🍓

Get your Fruits and Vegetables Forever® stamps now available at usps.com/stamps.

May you have a good and sweet new year!  🍎 🍯
09/18/2020

May you have a good and sweet new year! 🍎 🍯

There’s nothing better to deliver than love and big hugs ❤️ 🤗
09/15/2020

There’s nothing better to deliver than love and big hugs ❤️ 🤗

Did you know a desert is classified as a place that receives less than 10 inches of rain each year? So next time you bri...
09/14/2020

Did you know a desert is classified as a place that receives less than 10 inches of rain each year? So next time you bring your pen and paper to write a note in the desert, be sure to bring lots of water as well!

How many of North America’s four major deserts have you been to? 🌵

The Innovation Forever® stamps celebrates American achievement in exploring new frontiers such as computing, biomedicine...
08/31/2020

The Innovation Forever® stamps celebrates American achievement in exploring new frontiers such as computing, biomedicine, genome sequencing, robotics and solar technology.

Add some inspiration to your envelope: usps.com/stamps 💡 #innovationstamps

08/26/2020
USPS: Cambio de dirección

En caso de una crisis, no importa dónde se encuentre, asegúrese de que su correo llegue a donde vaya, completando un cambio de dirección en USPS.com

08/26/2020
USPS: Change of Address

In the event of a crisis, no matter where you are, you'll want to make sure your mail goes where you go, by filling out a change of address at USPS.com

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