Post office burned during riots reopens in Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS MN — The new Minneapolis Lake Street Post Office located at 110 E 31st  Street in Minneapolis, MN 55408 has reopened for the resumption of retail services.

Under Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s leadership and Delivering For America, the Postal Service’s 10-year plan, we are maintaining universal six-day mail delivery and expanded seven-day package delivery, stabilizing our workforce, and spurring innovation to meet the needs of our modern customers.

Just as the Postal Service continues to provide a vital service for our nation, the staff of the Lake Street Post Office will proudly continue that same public service in this community.

On behalf of the women and men of the United States Postal Service in Minneapolis, we thank you for continuing to support the Postal Service. Providing reliable mail delivery while strengthening the future of this treasured institution is our commitment to you.

Retail Lobby Hours
Monday-Friday        8:30 am-5:00 pm
Saturday                  9:00 am-1:00 pm
Sunday                    Closed

When mail service issues occur, we take steps to quickly resolve customer concerns. We gladly work to address any specific issue from the community when brought to our attention and we encourage customers to reach out to their local postal station. Customers can also go to our website usps.com and click on “Contact us” at the bottom of our homepage, or utilize this direct web address: https://usps.force.com/emailus/s/. Every email will be carefully documented and appropriate action taken to strengthen service.

In addition, the official Twitter account of the United States Postal Service, managed by the Social Media staff at USPS HQ, can provide help. For customer service, please tweet @USPSHelp. The Postal Service will diligently continue to investigate customer’s concerns and correct deficiencies to improve service to our communities.

The Postal Service generally receives no tax dollars for operating expenses, and relies on the sale of postage, products, and services to fund its operations.


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