USPS temporarily suspends operations at several Alabama post offices due to Hurricane Sally

MOBILE, Alabama — The Alabama District has announced a temporary suspension of operations in select locations, due to the approach of Hurricane Sally. The U.S. Postal Service apologizes for any inconvenience these temporary suspensions may cause our customers.

USPS Service Alerts provide information to consumers, small businesses and business mailers about postal facility service disruptions due to weather-related and other natural disasters or events. Updated information is available at about.usps.com/newsroom/service-alerts/.

The following Post Offices in Baldwin County will not have delivery or retail service on Tuesday, Sept. 15:

Bay Minette, 601 McMeans Ave.

Bon Secour, 6419 Bon Secour Highway.

Daphne, 808 Daphne Ave.

Spanish Fort, 6450 U.S. 90 Suite 8A.

Elberta, 24750 State St.

Fairhope, 509 Fairhope Ave.

Foley, 150 E. Laurel Ave.

Gulf Shores, 2149 W. First St.

Lillian, 33985 U.S. 98.

Little River, 70715 Alabama 59.

Loxley, 1059 S. Holley St.

Magnolia Springs, 14840 U.S. 98.

Montrose, 7325 Sibley St.

Orange Beach, 25778 John M.  Snook Drive.

Perdido, 23336 County Road 47.

Point Clear, 6581 County Road 32.

Robertsdale, 18145 U.S. 90.

Silverhill, 21731 Broad St.

Stapleton, 35382 Alabama 59.

Stockton, 52925 Hodgson Road.

Summerdale, 112 County Road 32 E.

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