2014 US Post Office holidays: No mail delivery on 10 federal holidays

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The list of 2014 USPS holidays has been released. All U.S. Post Office locations will be closed on 10 federal holidays and that means no mail delivery, no buying stamps and no clerk available to help you mail a package.

Of course you can drop a small package or a letter in a postal mailbox on the holiday, but it won’t go out until the next business day. 

2014 US Postal Service Holidays List:

Wednesday, January 1 – New Year’s Day

Monday, January 20 – Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday

Monday, February 17  – Washington’s Birthday (Presidents Day)

Monday, May 26 – Memorial Day

Friday, July 4  – Independence Day

Monday, September 1 – Labor Day

Monday, October 13 – Columbus Day

Tuesday, November 11 – Veterans Day

Thursday, November 27 – Thanksgiving Day

Thursday, December 25 – Christmas Day

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  1. Kevin Lowe says

    I’d like to have a job that took 10 paid holidays per year…good grief. One of the perks I suppose, but they do earn their time off. I hope all USPS workers have a great Presidents Day!

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