Can post offices be located by ZIP code using the Yellow Pages?


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Customers can find United States Postal Service post offices through YellowPages.com by inputting the search terms "usps post offices" and then typing in the appropriate ZIP code, as of 2015. Individuals may select the search from drop-down choices in the main search box, and then change the location with a five-digit ZIP code before clicking the magnifying glass icon on the main YellowPages.com Web page.

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For example, a search of the 90028 area code yields locations for U.S. Postal Service post offices within and near that particular part of Los Angeles. Users can click on the individual listings to view post office details such as hours, additional phone numbers, products, services and website. The detailed listing also includes the Yellow Pages category listings and the neighborhoods that the post office serves.

The official finder for U.S. Postal Service locations comes from USPS.com. Customers can choose a type of service needed from a drop-down menu. Then individuals type a city and state combination or a ZIP code, followed by a search radius of one to 100 miles. Users click the Search button to view a list of post offices within the search parameters. Locations include full-service, stand-alone post offices, vendors that sell stamps and outlets that accept mail for the postal service. The search function lists the top 50 locations viewable 10, 25 or 50 at a time.

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