The Postmaster General is the executive head of the U.S. Postal Service and is tasked with the oversight and operation of the organization. The office of the Postmaster General can be reached by calling 1-800-ASK-USPS or... More »

You can contact the Postmaster General's main office by calling the main United States Postal Service customer contact number, 1-800-ASK-USPS. The mailing address of the Postmaster General is 475 L'Enfant Plaza, Washingt... More »

The United States Postal Service recommends that mailboxes be 41-45 inches off of the ground and 6-8 inches back from the curb with a minimum recommendation of 4 feet off the ground for those people living in the city. T... More »

The duties of a postmaster in the United States include overseeing and leading every aspect of the operation of a U.S. Post Office, including administration, management and support tasks. Postmasters are responsible for ... More »

The beginnings of Royal Mail can be traced to Brian Tuke’s appointment as "Master of the Posts” in 1512, a position that later became the office of the Postmaster General. The postal service was made available to the... More » Business & Finance Mail & Shipping Postal Services

The United States Postal Service came into being in 1775 when members of the Second Continental Congress appointed Benjamin Franklin as its first Postmaster General. In 1847, the first official U.S. postage stamps were i... More » Business & Finance Mail & Shipping Postal Services

A postmaster is the person in charge of a post office or group of post offices. The postmaster oversees the distribution of mail, manages the centralized mail distribution facility, establishes letter carrier routes, and... More » Business & Finance Mail & Shipping Postal Services