What time will my regular mail be delivered?

All deliveries should be made by 5:00 p.m. local time Monday through Saturday. Unusual circumstances (such as traffic, staffing fluctuations, severe weather, natural disaster, changes in carrier route, etc.) can cause deliveries to be made after this time.

What days are mail delivered?

Mail is delivered every day but Sundays and the following Holidays:
Friday January 1New Year’s Day
Monday January 18Martin Luther King Jr’s Birthday
Monday February 15Washington’s Birthday (President’s Day)
Monday May 31Memorial Day

Can I track my mailman?

Track Packages

The mail service doesn’t only deliver letters and other forms of mail. … The packages then get sorted and placed on the mail carrier’s truck for delivery. You can track your mail by keeping an eye on your tracking information. It will tell you the expected date of delivery.

Why is my 2021 mail taking so long?

The simple answer: Your mail may slow down because the Postal Service lengthened its “service standards,” or the amount of time it says it should take for a piece of mail to get delivered.

Why is my mail late?

Here are some of the most common reasons for mail delays. Weather: Postal delivery disruptions could be due to severe winter storms, floods, natural disasters or power outages. Customers can check weather-related delays on the Service Alerts page on the Postal Service’s website.

How can I track regular mail without a tracking number?

Whichever option you choose — at the Post Office retail counter or online at USPS.com — you’ll have access to the same USPS Tracking® information. Just remember to hold on to your retail receipt! The Postal Service cannot track or locate an item without the tracking number.