Mail and package deliveries to North Texas homes and businesses will continue as normal during the winter storm, the USPS said.
The USPS said it monitors weather conditions and plans for how extreme conditions may affect deliveries.
“We will continue to track this week’s winter storm and take all necessary actions to maintain safety and service,” the USPS said in a statement.
Mail and package deliveries to residences and businesses will continue as usual, and mail carriers will make every effort to deliver their routes safely, the USPS said.
Retail operations in North Texas are also open, the Postal Service said, but certain hours at some locations may be adjusted based on staffing.
USPS asks customers to help mail carriers deliver mail safely by maintaining a clear path to their mailboxes. Customers receiving home delivery should ensure their sidewalks, steps, and porches are free of snow and ice. Customers receiving curbside delivery should ensure the carrier has secure access to the mailbox from their vehicle.
USPS Service Alerts provides information to consumers, small businesses, and commercial carriers about disruptions in service at postal facilities due to weather-related and other natural disasters or events. Updated information is available at https://about.usps.com/newsroom/service-alerts/.