The 2019 USPS postal holidays are:
- Tuesday, January 1 (New Years Day)
- Monday, January 21 (Martin Luther King Jr.
- Monday, February 18 (President’s Day)
- Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day)
- Thursday, July 4 (Independence Day)
- Monday, September 2 (Labor Day)
- Monday, October 14 (Columbus Day)
- Monday, November 11 (Veterans Day)
Is the US Postal Service delivering mail today?
In the United States, a Postal holiday is a Federal holiday recognized by the United States Postal Service, during which no mail is delivered. Holidays “Widely Observed” include New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
What are the postal holidays for 2019?
USPS 2018 2019 Holiday and Service Calendar
- Monday, January 1 New Year’s Day.
- Monday, January 15 Martin Luther King Jr. birthday.
- Monday, February 19 Washington’s Birthday (observed)
- Monday, May 28 Memorial Day.
- Wednesday, July 4 Independence Day.
- Monday, September 3 Labor Day.
- Monday, October 8 Columbus Day.
- Monday, November 12 Veterans Day (observed)
Does mail run on MLK Day 2019?
The United States Postal Service is under the Executive Branch of the government, therefore it will be closed on Martin Luther King Day, Jan. 21, 2019 and mail will not be running. However, UPS and FedEx will be open normal business hours with modified services for FedEx Express and Smart Post.
What days mail is not delivered?
|Mail is delivered every day but Sundays and the following Holidays:|
|Tuesday January 1||New Year’s Day|
|Monday January 21||Martin Luther King Jr’s Birthday|
|Monday February 18||Washington’s Birthday (President’s Day)|
|Monday May 27||Memorial Day|
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