- First of the month checks will be attempted in most ZIP Codes
- Where to go to receive SSI checks in select Zip Codes -- list
Local postal operations continue to recover after the temporary suspensions of delivery and retail services around the region in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Postal officials note that Social Security checks (SSI) due for delivery on November 1st will be delivered in those locations where mail services will be restored and safe access to the mailbox is assured.
Officials note that two sites in the Westchester/Hudson Valley region will require a customer pickup of the SSI check at an alternate postal location if home delivery can not be made. Those offices include:
- All SSI checks for Piermont (10968) must be picked up at the Old Tappan Post Office, 57 Old Tappan Road in Tappan
- All SSI checks for Lake Huntington (12752) should be claimed at the Cochecton Post Office, 45 County Road 114, Cochecton
In all locations, no checks will be released without proper identification. This includes photo identification and identification bearing the address exactly as it appears on the check. One form of ID meeting both requirements, such as a current driver’s license, is sufficient.
Customers with questions or concerns about their mail should call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777).
The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.
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