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Retail Lobbies at Post Offices Will Be Closed Memorial Day
Automated Postal Centers are available 24/7
St. Louis —Retail counters at Post Offices in Central and Northeastern Missouri and Southern Illinois will be closed on Monday, May 31, 2010 in observance of Memorial Day. There will be no mail delivery, caller service or Post Office Box service. All services resume on Tuesday, June 1.
Customers who wish to purchase stamps, mail packages, or ship urgent letters or packages on May 31 may use the Automated Postal Center (APC). The ATM-like kiosk accepts credit or debit cards only and can handle about 80 percent of typical postal transactions – like weigh packages and dispense postage for Express, Priority, First-Class and Parcel Post mail. APCs are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week at the following locations:
Ballwin – 15455 Manchester Rd., St. Louis
Chesterfield – 16105 Swingley Ridge Rd., St. Louis
Creve Coeur – 331 N. New Ballas Rd., St. Louis
Clayton – 7750 Maryland Ave., St. Louis
Fenton – 10 Fenton Plaza, St. Louis
Florissant – 2200 N. Highway 6, St. Louis
Gaffney – 2318 Woodson Rd., St. Louis
Kirkwood – 343 S. Kirkwood, St. Louis
MacKenzie Pointe – 7217 Watson Rd., St. Louis
O’Fallon – 401 Church St., St. Louis
Sappington – 11662 Gravois Rd., St. Louis
South County – 5636 Telegraph Rd., St. Louis
St Charles – 112 S. 5th St., St. Charles
Harvester – 4207 Hwy 94, St. Charles
St. Peters – 7055 Mexico Rd., St. Peters
Town & Country – 1100 Town and Country Common, St. Louis
Capital View Station –1750 Jefferson St., Jefferson City, MO
Columbia – 511 E. Walnut
Arnold – 1314 Jeffco Blvd
Belleville – 120 W. Washington St.
Dutch Hollow – 5731 Mt Pleasant, Belleville
Edwardsville – 132 N. Kansas St.
Fairview Heights – 10850 Lincoln Trail
O’Fallon – 1111 S. Lincoln Ave..
Carbondale – 1301 E. Main St.
Commercial customers are asked to check with their Bulk Mail Acceptance Unit for Memorial Day hours of operation. For information about retail hours at specific Post Offices on May 31, customers may call 1-800-ASK-USPS.