USPS Holidays 2020: USPS which stands for the United States Postal Service is the major government-owned postal service Company in the United States. USPS is known as the post office of the United States since it is owned by the government and due to that, it is obliged to deliver the packages or the emails covering all the United States with its best services.
As we know that USPS is a government-owned postal service department and every government office has the working hours schedule, during which it works and for the rest of the hours it remains off, as the holiday hours during which USPS doesn’t work.
In this article, we are going to talk about the USPS statutory holidays other than the weekend during which USPS doesn’t resume its postal services.
So, below is the list of statutory holidays for the USPS
January 1- New year’s day
January 15- Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday
February 19- Washington’s birthday
May 28- memorial day
July 4- independence day
September 3- labour day
October 8- COLUMBUS Day
November 12- Veterans day
November 22- Thanksgiving day
December 25- Christmas day
So, this is the list of statutory or the federal holiday for the USPS, during which USPS doesn’t deliver any kind of package or mails. It should be kept as handy by all of the USPS customers.