Last weekend’s snow storm has not only impacted power, roads and air travel, but also the United States Postal Service.
The snow has restricted mail delivery along the Front Range, with road closures and driving conditions causing accessibility issues, preventing some post offices from opening.
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“Regular retail and delivery will resume as soon as road conditions become safe and passable,” a USPS news release said.
If employees are delivering to areas that have uncleared heavy snow and ice, USPS is asking them to not complete their delivery.
For those not receiving their mail, items will be held at the post office until the individual can come get them.
USPS is asking people to keep their curbside mailbox area clear for easier vehicle access. Walkways should be also be cleared so that carriers can avoid falling.
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