July 2, 2020

July 4th holiday mail accommodations

PITTSBURGH, PA — Postal Service facilities will be closed for retail transactions on Saturday, July 4, in observance of the 4th of July holiday. There will be no regular mail delivery and limited collection runs will be conducted throughout Pittsburgh and the Western PA District which encompasses PA ZIP Code areas: 150-168 and 260 in West Virginia. 

Although, there will not be regular mail delivery on the 4th of July holiday, Priority Express Mail is delivered 365 days a year and will be delivered on July 4. Normal delivery and collection schedules will resume Monday, July 6.

For added customer convenience, Self-Service Kiosks (SSKs) are available at the following locations and provide 24-hour access to many postal products and services:

Blawnox Branch – 1310 Old Freeport Road
Brentwood Branch – 350 Towne Square Way
Butler Post Office – 345 S. Main Street
Castle Shannon Branch – 370 Castle Shannon Blvd.
Coraopolis Post Office – 1140 Thorn Run Road
Cranberry Township – 240 Executive Drive
Erie Main Post Office – 2108 E. 38th Street
GMF (Main) Finance Station – 1001 California Ave
Greensburg Post Office – 238 S Pennsylvania Ave
Hermitage Branch – 3386 E. State Street
Indiana Post Office – 47 S. 7th Street
Johnstown Post Office – 111 Franklin Street
McKnight Branch – 4981 McKnight Road

McMurray Retail Branch – 392 Washington Road
Meadville Post Office – 212 Arch Street
Monroeville Branch – 2630 Monroeville Blvd.
Murrysville Post Office – 1 Priority Lane
Penn Hills Branch – 11650 Penn Hills Drive
Pleasant Hills Branch – 500 Regis Drive
Presque Isle Branch – 2711 Legion Road
South Erie Station – 3607 Poplar Street
Squirrel Hill Station – 1800 Murray Ave
State College Post Office – 237 S. Fraser Street
Upper St. Clair Branch – 2211 Lesnett Road
Wexford Post Office – 10675 Perry Highway

Using a credit or debit card, these self-service kiosks enable customers to conduct business at their convenience. SSKs enable customers to:

  • Purchase self-adhesive “Print-On-Demand” stamps.
  • Weigh, calculate and purchase postage in amounts for items weighing up to 70lbs.
  • Send items via Priority Express Mail, Priority Mail and First Class Mail, as well as by Parcel Post services.
  • Look up ZIP Codes and obtain Postal Service mailing information.
  • Obtain Priority Express Mail, Certified Mail, and Return Receipts
  • Purchase USPS Tracking™ service.
  • Obtain a purchase receipt.
  • Pay Post Office Box rents.

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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