USPS Operations Impacted Due to Cow Canyon Wildfire in Washington State
The rapid spread of the Cow Canyon Wildfire in Washington state has resulted in USPS closing one post office.
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- Lind Post Office, 119 W Second Ave, Lind, WA 99341-9998
USPS has not designated an alternative post office for the area due to the nature of the fire. Evacuations have been ordered in the area.
Merchants Should Monitor USPS Shipments to Area
Historically, tracking of mail into areas impacted by natural disasters or other emergencies can be erratic and show significant pauses of no activity.
Online merchants and sellers should monitor USPS shipments destined to the 3-digit zip code of 960 for any unusual delays.
Please see our USPS Service Status on Domestic Services and Shipments page here for more domestic disruptions in the U.S. Postal Service network.
We will update this post when more information becomes available from USPS.
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