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Official Postal Services Update for All 3 Islands on Expanding Service As of Monday, Sept. 18

    The following information is the official U.S. Postal Service update issued at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 17.  This contains important changes to postal services being provided on Monday:

    St. John

    The Cruz Bay Post Office will provide handout of mail service from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, Sept. 18.  Packages and mail are being transported to St. John for Monday availability.   There will be no retail service (stamps, money orders, shipping) available.  This post office is located at 100 Vesper Gade.

    St. Thomas

    Additional quantities of packages and mail are being transported to St. Thomas for Monday availability.   There will be a significant expansion to the hours of availability for mail pickup on St. Thomas on Monday, Sept. 18.

      1)     The Charlotte Amalie Post Office will provide mail and package pickup for customers whose addresses include the ZIP codes: 00801, 00802, 00803 and 00804.

    2)     Havensight Station and East End (Tutu Mall) continue to provide their post office boxholders with mail.

    3)     Havensight will be the only office on St Thomas able to provide retail services (stamps, money orders, shipping) on Monday.

    4)     All three postal sites will open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday to provide the fullest availability of mail under the current curfew. 

      St. Croix

      Services will continue on St. Croix with full delivery operations and retail services available through the St. Croix post offices.  Some locations may experience temporary disruptions in offering some postal services due to connectivity issues. 

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