Will there be mail on Columbus Day?
The big story in San Francisco is the continuing BART negotiations, which broke off for the night on Saturday, October 12. Talks will resume on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Columbus Day mail?
But besides BART service, the question on the minds of a lot of San Francisco residents is 1hat will be open and what will be closed on Columbus Day tomorrow, Monday, October 14, 2013? Will there be mail service? Will Post Offices be open?
It will be a holiday for most government offices and the US Postal Service. There will be NO mail delivery on Columbus Day, Monday, October 14, 2013. Post Offices will be closed. Click here for a complete list of Postal Holidays in 2013.
Columbus Day is one of those holidays that is not a holiday for most people who work in the private sector, but most government workers are lucky enough to have the day off.
San Francisco is celebrating Columbus Day today, Sunday, October 13, 2013, with a parade known as the Italian Heritage Day Parade, formerly called the Columbus Day Parade.
But looking ahead to tomorrow, again, as you plan your day. Don’t plan on a trip to the Post Office. With a few rare exceptions, like the post office at San Francisco International Airport, which is open every day, almost all Post Offices will be closed on Columbus Day. And again, there will be no mail service on Columbus Day, which this year, 2013, is on Monday, October 14. If you have an urgent package, you should check with your local UPS or Fed Ex office, but the Post Office can’t help you on Columbus Day. Undoubtedly, a lot of folks will be checking their mail boxes on Monday in vain, not realizing that Columbus Day, while a working day for most people, is a Postal Holiday. Service will resume on the day after Columbus Day, Tuesday, October 15, 2013. No mail service, Post Offices are closed on Monday, October 14, 2013.